You may have heard of or even witnessed Rio de Janeiro’s lively annual carnival, which is celebrated in a colorful and joyous way. Now a new independent restaurant, Lost in Rio brings the flavors and energy of Brazilian life to Plymouth’s dining scene.
With a chef from southern Brazil, Paulo Lopes, Lost in Rio offers guests an authentic Brazilian steakhouse experience.
Grab a plate as the all-you-can-eat restaurant offers plenty of opportunities to sample a wide variety of Brazilian dishes that were lacking in the area.
There’s plenty to choose from, including all-you-can-eat lunch (eight meats and a buffet for £19.95) and dinner (15 meats and a buffet for £32.95) menus that have everything you’d expect to be found on a Rodízio lunch menu such as Picanha (otherwise known as rump cap, it is the most used meat in any Brazilian barbecue or party, tender meat that melts in your mouth), Linguica Toscana (traditional Tuscan pork sausage), Coracao de Frango (a delicious and tender Brazilian delicacy) and Bife com Alho (beautifully cooked garlic steak).
Not just a restaurant
The fun doesn’t stop there, because Lost in Rio isn’t just a restaurant, it’s also a lively bar. The venue is a great spot for after-work cocktails with live music and dancers providing top-notch entertainment. This is all aimed at bringing a taste of South America to Bretonside.
In addition, you can enjoy two-for-one cocktails from Monday to Thursday from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Don’t just take our word for it
The restaurant is already getting rave reviews and it’s no surprise that Lost in Rio is quickly climbing the usual top restaurant lists. Zuneid Bruno said, “I’m confident that before long Lost in Rio will be the highest rated steakhouse in town.”
He continued, “As an independent restaurant, we believe it’s vital to be part of the local community.”
The team recently visited Furzehatt Residence in Plymstock to treat residents to a delicious treat, all for free! The restaurant has cooked up a storm, with authentic Brazilian cuisine with drinks and entertainment, to the delight of residents.
Zuneid added: “We also offer a range of discounts for those working for the NHS, Armed Forces and students as well.”
Want to try this delicious steakhouse for yourself? Book a table to visit Lost in Rio by visiting opentable.com or just drop by and grab a table.
Lost in Rio is open from 12 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. for food, and its license extends until 2 a.m. for those who want to stay and enjoy the ambiance of the excellent bar.
Find Lost in Rio at 36 Bretonside, Plymouth, Devon, PL4 0AU.