Metro General Osório
Since 1989 this charming monument to the national dish has been serving up one of the city's best feijoadas, as you would expect from somewhere called House of Feijoada. The much-cherished stew is of course the main attraction and served with more options than you'll find in most purveyors, with bull and pig and cow parts ready and waiting to be paired with the essential black beans. The stew for two with all its acoutrements (including rice, sausage, farofa, crackling and couve flor greens) will probably suffice for most foursomes and the batidas that come as part of the meal are a nice little boozy, fruity hit, all of which means that heading there on a weekend almost certainly means patience will be required before you find a table.
27 Jul 2012.