Thanks to a fiercely loyal following, Cafe Brasil has been a local fave since the '90s, serving authentic Brazilian fare by a Sao Paulo-trained chef. People swear by the empanadas, plantain, and, especially, the feijoada—a spicy stew made with slow cooked pork, poured over black beans and rice, and plated next to some farofa and collard greens. Cafe Brasil’s Executive Lunch (with your choice of sirloin, fish, chicken, a pork chop, or veggies and served with rice, beans, plantains, and salsa) is also one of L.A.’s best lunch plates. And at $10.50, one of L.A.’s most affordable, too.
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10831 Venice Blvd
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