We sat down and with the help of an English speaking employee, got the lay of the land. Rio de Janeiro's buffet is available for dine in or take out. As a matter of fact, while we were there, no one else joined us for lunch but many people stopped by for take out.
I managed to get one, only one, halfway decent picture of the food.
|Clockwise from the top: Layered chicken dish, pasta salad, a lovely rice and bean dish and boiled yucca|
From what I understand, Rio de Janeiro, is a typical quick service Brazilian lunch spot. Something you might find in Brazil.
The buffet is small with a handful of items. Some items change depending on the day of the week. At some point we'll get back to sample some of the other choices.
Was this my favorite Brazilian restaurant? No, but it was a serviceable lunch option and a good way to try a few new things.
As it happens the Rio de Janeiro buffet is located in the same strip mall as the Brazilian Bakery Cafe. When filling up at the buffet for lunch be sure and save room for some tasty pastries a few doors down.