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Delicious stews and plates served with rice, fried greens and .
A black bean stew that is a popular dish in Brazil, with roots in Afro-Brazilian cuisine. Made with a selection of different meats and sausages, simmered in a mouth-watering black bean sauce.
An alternative to the Brazilian best seller. Our vegan take on this stew is made with the same delicious black bean sauce as the original and meat alternatives such as sausages and fake bacon.
Seafood stew made with fish, prawns and peppers in a house coconut base, they combine to create this signature treat from the North East region.
Our take on this classic is made with the same coconut based sauce and vegetables as the traditional Moqueca. However, we use (hearts of palm) and marinated tofu as the main players in the stew.
Similar to a Cottage Pie, our Teepee Pie (originally called escondido de Aipim), consists of a layer of homemade saucy pulled beef topped with a generous layer of mash. This dish is finished off in the oven, to get a crunchy cheese crust.
Your choice of grilled protein served with fried greens, saucy beans, and a choice of either chips or primavera rice.
Each box contains a portion of Brazilian snacks and a sauce
This drumstick croquette is a Brazilian's favourite snack. It's a deep-fried, chicken-filled doughy dumpling that resembles the shape of a chicken drumstick. Dipped in your favourite sauce to complete the Brazil experience!
Empadinhas are mini shortcrust pastry pies with a range of different fillings. The most popular ones are chicken and cheese empadinhas, however, cream empadinhas are also a favourite in Brazil.
These deep fried pasties can be filled with almost anything you want! In Brazil, as you walk through a Sunday morning market, these would be your go-to snacks!
Bolinho de , or croquette, is another famous nibble in the land of samba. This unique croquette has a soft dough outside, and is filled with spiced minced meat. As the dough is made from cassave, it is naturally gluten free, and also very delicious!
They might remind you of mini pizzas, but these little snacks are a Brazilian take on a traditionally Lebanese dish.
Esfiha flatbread topped with minced meat and a blend of house spices.
Esfiha flatbread topped with a mix of mozzarella, cheddar and catupiry, spices and green onions.
Esfiha flatbread topped with vegan minced meat (Beyond Meat) and a blend of house spices.
Esfiha flatbread topped with vegan cheese, spices and green onions.
Classic skin on fries, deep fried and lightly salted.
Thin cut fries made from , deep fried and lightly salted.
Classic skin on fries, deep fried and lightly salted. Topped with either:
and finished with , chillies and fresh herbs.
Thin cut fries made from , deep fried and lightly salted. Topped with either:
and finished with , chillies and fresh herbs.
Pão de Queijo is a Brazilian cheesy bread made from tapioca ( flour). Whether you're enjoying a Caipirinha at the Copacabana beach, or chatting in a Paulista bar, a portion of Pão de Queio will be present at the table.
Boiled white rice, pre-fried in the typical Brazillian way with onions and garlic.
Classic Brazilian rice fried with vegetables, and boiled in a delicious house stock.
beans is a dish made with pinto beans, slow cooked in a hearty stew. Perfect for accompanying any dish.
Couve, or cavolo nero, is a very popular green leaf that is consumed with several dishes in Brazil. At Aipim, we fry it with olive oil and light spices.
All our dips a homemade with fresh ingredients.
A blend of mayo and tabasco - not too spicy but not too mild.
A tasty blend of fresh basil and mayo.
Our homemade fried garlic mayo. Perfect for topping your fries!
Traditional smokey barbeque sauce, perfect for topping fries.
Brigadeiro is a traditional dessert that is very popular at parties. A soft chocolate fudge made with condensed milk is formed into bite-sized truffle balls and covered in chocolate sprinkles. Here at Aipim, we also have coconut Brigadeiros.
Pudim is made by making a custard-like base using condensed milk, followed by a gentle baking session and topped with caramel sauce. It's best served cold, and hopefully the caramel-condensed milk fusion will blow your mind!
Churros are a very well-known sweet treat of Spanish and Portuguese origins. Due to Brazilian cuisine being heavily influenced by these cultures, they became very popular in the streets of São Paulo. The Paulistas added fillings, toppings and sprinkles to churros, making them an even sweeter treat!
A passiofruit mousse to refresh your taste buds after a hearty meal!
Native to the Amazon and very popular in energy drinks, Guaraná is a soft drink made form the guaraná fruit. It contains quite a bit of caffeine, however it is much more refreshing (and tasty) than coffee!
Maté Gelado is our home made matte ice tea, perfect for refreshing your palate between snack bites. Known as South America's favourite tea blend, you may have seen people carrying special mugs and straws desgined for sipping this tea
Named after one of our most famous beaches, this iced matte tea with açai is perfect for relaxing by the sea. Açai adds a superfood twist to our matte ice tea, and it's the ultimate energy drink with the exotic flavours.
If you're not in the mood for something more tropical, we also have the classics: Coca-Cola, Coca-Cola Zero & Sprite.