Food enthusiasts can try authentic Brazilian dishes such as chicken with cheese dumplings as well as a wide selection of desserts
What You'll Get
- Type of cuisine: Brazilian
- Valid for the full menu on any day of the week
- Not valid toward prepackaged, non-cafe items
- View the menu and prices
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Not valid toward prepackaged, non-cafe items. Limit 1 per person. May be repurchased every 90 days. Limit 1 per visit. Limit 1 per table. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Brazilian Goodies
It's not out of the ordinary for a family to bond over food, but it was an unusual combination that bred market and cafe Brazilian Goodies. Paul and Brayden Diamond are a Utah-born father and son duo who both ventured to Brazil on nonsecular missions. Although they lived on different ends of the vast South American country, both Diamonds fell fast for Brazil's food culture and returned home with an urge to share it. With a selection of imported products, a fast-casual menu, and a foosball table for good measure, Brazilian Goodies brings the cuisine of its captivating namesake culture back to Utah.
- Main course: Served with rice, black beans, and a salad, Brazilian-style lasagna surprises the palette with chicken and ham while cutlets of fried pork or beef steak fill the plate of the Carne Milanesa.
- Filled doughs: Like a regional croquette, the battered and fried Coxinhas delight patrons with their chicken filling; generous portions of fillings also occupy empanadas and flake pastry-built Massa Folhadas.
- Last bites: The sobremesa, or desserts, menu includes Brazilian versions of flan, mousse, and cake. Groups might split an order of Brigadeiros—these traditional truffles are made with condensed milk and cocoa powder.