This restaurant is located inside the main train station. At the front door one still can read the old restaurant name 'Panthera', but it seems that now they go by the name 'Boi na Braza'.
The place is cozy, the chairs are comfortable, the decor is fascinating. They had live music - but all the songs were Spanish!!! no comments.
The food was very good and fresh but I thought it lacked the traditional Brazilian flavour. The black beans lacked some flavour and the caipirinha didn't really taste as it should.
It also seemed that the rodizio had a pre-established sequence. First you are asked to get the salad, then comes the sausage, then comes the chicken, then...This reminded me of a rodizio I once tried in Portugal. Everything had to follow a sequence. In Brazil the rodizio does not follow a pre-defined sequence.
On the other hand, this also provided some advantage. The hot side dishes (rice, beans, banana milanese style, etc), they too were served rodizio style and one could see that the food was freshly prepared.
All in all, if I'm ever in Bremen again, I would come back to this restaurant.
Note for Brazilians: It seemed that 70% of the staff was comprised by Portuguese people. Please do not make the same mistake I did. I called the young waiter by 'moço'. I can say that he got angry. Really angry. Now I know that one should never, ever call a Portuguese man by 'moço' (it means 'young man' in Brazil, but apparently this word is very offensive in Portugal). After that I was walking on egg shells everytime a Portuguese waiter approached the table.
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