They deliver Brazil to America, the best Brazilian products delivered to your door any time of the year. They have an outstanding selection of groceries and traditional products. Web Site
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An extensive range of gocery items and related products.
The carniceria is just like one you'd find in Argentina and the cuts are Argentinian asado-type cuts. They have all the spices and ingredients from Argentina, Brazi, Ecuador, Peru and most other South American countries. Keep in mind this is an Argentinian market. But at the Deli they serve all kinds of empandas.
El Camaguey is an awesome market to buy everything you need for a carne asada taco party. The carne asada meat is fresh and delicious. The great thing about Camaguey is their diverse offering of various types of Latino Cuisine. From Caribbean, to South and Central American and of course Mexican.
Supermercado is godsend for people trying to cook Brasilian food and the staff are always helpful.Though still tiny, they carry all of the essentials, from guaraná to sweets to Brazilian coffee. They also have a good selection of frozen Brazilian foods, such as pão de queijo, coxinha, and pastéis. VISIT SITE
There's a simple charm about this place. Equal parts grocery store, butcher, deli, and cafe. The hot food section makes scrumptious Argentine and Brazilian foods. Choripan (sausage) sandwich and empanadas are not to be missed! The empanadas are delicious. The market is nice and clean, great selection of products.
This is a place to go to get your Brazilian snacks, foods, drinks, and even beauty products and fashion (like bikinis and jewelry). They specialize in Brazilian groceries like Guarana Soda, Pilao Coffee, Cheese Bread (Pao de Queijo), Coconut water, cookies, crackers, and much more. In the boutique. VISIT SITE
Great place! It's not very big but it has a bit of everything needed pra matar a saudade do Brasil! Whether you're Brazilian and missing home or just want to discover brazilian food and culture, this place is great. They also have a good assortment of meats in the frozen section. They have Guarana, Pacoquinha, and pao de quejo. Visit Site
They specialize in South American groceries, especially dry goods. This is a good place to go for Brazilian products. It has more variety than other similar stores with reasonable prices overall, They have some small areas for produce, etc., as well. a nice selection of hard-to-find brazilian & south american groceries & liquors.
This is a great place for a brazilian home cooked meal. It is not a full restaurant, it is a mix of a brazilian grocery store and restaurant. Small grocery store with a wall full of shelves, full of product. That's all good. But where Brasil Legal Cafe shines is with the food. There is a short menu. The dining area is tiny; about 5 small tables, surrounded by some shelves filled (maybe) with various imported Brazilian food items. Although the space was small, it was packed with snacks and juices and even a cooler with meat. VISIT SITE
Very small store. Cool varied selection. Lots of international brands from France, Italy,United Kingdom. Switzerland and a few Brazilian. Gourmet chocolates & import tasty treats! This place is pretty pricey at around $7 per chocolate bar but it's interesting to try various brands from all over the world. All the classic European faves like Kinder and Cadbury (the real deal) along with an awesome selection of rare finds!!! Not to mention their incredible caviar and tea selections!
The place to buy Picanha, the prime cut of meat served in Brazilian steak- houses (, top-cap-sirloin). The price of the meat in general is very competitive. Also has a variety of Brazilian products, including real Brazilian coffee for cheap.
The International food is quite extense: Chorizo Espanol, Yerba Mate from Argentina, sweet potato preserve from Argentina, chimichurri sauce, cheese bread from Colombia, Dulce de Leche from Chile (yay), Harina Pan from Venezuela (to make arepas, which are corn meal patties and not to be confused with MAZA from Mexico),chocolates, cookies and coffee from Brazil. The Brits have it easy here as well. Lot of British products: cookies, chocolates, biscuits, waffles, tea, some drinks, VISIT SITE
This is no gourmet fancy schmancy place - it's your friendly, neighborhood Argentine delight shop. This place has the best argentinian empanadas en Houston! The best part is that they are baked and not fried! The chimichurri sauce is awesome!