For the last 25 years, chef Carlos Roberto Inácio has been serving Brazilian dishes common in the country’s Minas Gerais state at his Hell’s Kitchen restaurant. The menu features traditional appetizers like pão de queijo, cheese puffs with gooey, melty centers ($6), and empanadas stuffed with beef, chicken or cheese ($2.50 each). As for entrees, the feijoada—a black bean casserole with bacon, beef, pork ribs and Portuguese sausage—is the chef’s specialty ($22). Other mains include prawns in a creamy yucca sauce ($17.75), pork chops in a garlic-wine sauce ($18.95) and Brazilian-style risotto with chicken and fried plantains ($14.95). Order up a side of collard greens or okra if you’re craving veggies ($5 each), or save room for dessert. You might not be able to resist the creamy coconut pudding, caramel flan, passionfruit mousse or chocolate truffles known as brigadeiros ($7 each).
For 25 years, Rice ’n' Beans has been one of the main Brazilian restaurants in New York. Located in the heart of Hells Kitchen, it distinguishes itself from typical Brazilian restaurants by combining fresh Brazilian cuisine and an unforgettable dinning experience.
Stop by during the week for a happy hour, in the weekend for a brunch, or join us any day during our lunch and dinner. You will certainly not only have a fantastic dinning experience, but will also fell like you were in Brazil for a while.
|Venue name:||Rice ’n’ Beans||Contact:|
744 Ninth Ave
|Cross street:||between 50th and 51st Sts|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Thu 11:30am-10pm Fri & Sat 11:30am-11pm; Sun 11:30am–10pm|
|Transport:||Subway: C, E to 50th St|
|Price:||Average main course: $20. AmEx, Disc, MC, V|
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