Foreigners Eating Feijoada in São Paulo. Is it Good? Brazil's National Dish 😋🇧🇷

We’ve arrived in São Paulo! We decided to immediately kick things off with a food video trying Brazil’s National Dish- Feijoada!

Feijoada is a dish primarily made of black beans but has different types of pork and beef added in, and is very much like a stew. It’s served with a whole bunch of side dishes that you mix in.

Because we were staying in the Itaim Bibi area of Sao Paulo, we found one of the higher rated feijoada restaurants in the neighbourhood, called Bolinha, which conveniently serves feijoada everyday (in some places they only serve it on certain days of the week).

After filling up on loads of food we head back to our hotel the Staybridge Suites – and give a tour of our amazing room. We really enjoyed our time here- it’s in a fantastic neighbourhood and has lots of amenities. To book our your stay head here: https://bit.ly/2ZoklGI

ABOUT FEIJOADA
Feijoada is a stew of beans with beef and pork. It is commonly prepared in Portugal, Macau, Angola, Cape Verde, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, Timor, Goa, India and Brazil, where it is also considered a national dish. However, the recipe differs slightly from one country to another.

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20 comments

  1. Delightful Travellers

    PARA LEGENDAS, clique em CC na parte inferior direita do vídeo. Então o ícone ⚙️ next ao lado dele. Escolha 'Legendas' / 'Auto Traduzir'. Role para baixo e escolha 'Português' 👍 What a delicious dish! Wow Brazil! 😃 Don’t forget to hit the 'thumbs up' button if you enjoyed the video and hit SUBSCRIBE ✅ (and that little bell 🔔) to follow along on our travels. Stay Delightful!✌️- Anna & Trevor

  2. Kelcei Garber

    The restaurant is one of the more expensive places and it is all you can eat 😊 they also probably served you the more modern version without the weird cuts of meat.

  3. Bernice Dooley

    Great video!

  4. Hi guys! That thing Anna drank in the beginning of the video is actually a sauce also made with black beans, onion, tomato and pepper. You're supposed to pour a little bit of it over the dish, not drink it. But that was funny 😂. And yes, that's an expensive place to eat. Love your videos. Welcome to SP.

  5. The start of the video got me hook! That looks amazing and delicious!!

  6. Daniel de Andrade

    It's actually a common myth that feijoada came from the slaves when it actually was inspired by a similar Portuguese dish, you can find some videos explaining the origins of the dish but I doubt they will have subtitles in english. Also São Paulo is not very famous for it's feijoada but it looks like it was properly made (with some exceptions, usually it has pig's feet and ear).

  7. Renata Limarzi

    Wow, the food looks so…..YUMMIE!!! A big hug to you guys. Always a joy watching your vids. Ciao! Renata

  8. Tongue taste good but you know it when it is a little chewy like chicken gizzards and rubber bands, if you ever chewed on a rubber band before. I don't like the darkness of everything and the soup. Thought is was shoe polish. Yum. Thanks for another great video and my escape from hurricane Dorian. Last week you guys were the featured guest on all the bugs and nats and flea's channel. I was watching it. They said they really enjoyed Canadian meat and especially your blood. I gave them a thumbs up too. I won't reveal what diseases they gave you. They said if I did, they would have to kill me ……………..too! Take care you 2.

  9. Another great video!

  10. I didn't watch any or your video yet, it's 4:35 and getting late in the afternoon in south Florida. Please come quickly here to do a story on 185 mile an hour winds and see if there is anything good flying through the air to eat. What a mess. If you don't hear from me anymore you will no what happened and won't have to worry about my sarcastic comments anymore. Take care you 2. It's been fun. 🙂

  11. that looks so yummy!! totally made me hungry!!! 🙂

  12. My favourite food in Brazil 🇧🇷 was the typical brazilian buffets where you pick and choose what you want then weigh and pay for it 😍🥘

  13. Effie Colida

    Trevor and Anna this was a great video the food looked so good. Keep up the amazing videos

  14. I'm glad you liked Pão de Queijo as well <3

  15. paulo cesar gomes dos santos

    250 reais numa feijoada??? Kkkkk. Pagaram até as cadeiras kkkkk

  16. Samuel Santos

    🇧🇷♥️

  17. Welcome in Brazil 🙂

  18. Claudia Matolcsy Torrington Connecticut

    That was a lot of food 🥘!! Looked delicious!

  19. I love you guys and all your videos.  Just wondering if you are going to some other State in Brazil, after Sao Paulo.  In the meantime, looking forward to the next Sao Paulo videos.  Thanks!

  20. Steve Fraser

    Marvelous. Wish I were there. There is nothing like Brazil. Best paella in the world.