If you’re in the downtown Siam area and looking for something new to grub on, then good news: Siam Square Soi 1 has a new culinary option on offer.
Opened just last month, Sabor Brasil is a mini stall that makes affordable Brazilian street food. On the menu are several popular Brazilian snacks, such as a baked cheese roll called pao de queijo (6 pieces for THB100 / 9 pieces for THB150) and the thin tapioca crepe (THB40), which often has a sweet, fruity center (though savory ones exist too).
For those who have a craving for something crispy, crunchy, and comforting, then we’d suggest the coxinha (chicken croquettes, THB40 per piece) or the empanada-like appetizer pastel that features varied fillings such as condensed milk banana and nutella-banana, plus savory options like shrimp or beef and cheese. There are even some fusion versions, such as the pad kapro pastel, and a pizza-flavored one. Each pastel costs THB45-50 per piece.
As for mains — it looks like Sabor Brasil is currently focusing on just one homestyle dish: feijoada, a hearty black bean-based stew with marinated pork and dried beef, ladled over rice and paired with fresh greens (THB100).
Sabor Brasil is at Siam Square Soi 1, Pathum Wan, Bangkok
Open 10am to 6:30pm every day
Delivery via Line Man
Phone: +66 89 048 4411