Sabor Brasil: New stall in Siam Square making affordable Brazilian street food

Photo: Sabor Brasil Thailand/FB

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).

 

FIND IT:
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
BTS: Siam


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