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Published February 14th 2014
A taste of Brazil in the heart of Leichhardt
At the entrance of the Italia Forum on Norton Street at the Parramatta Road end you'll find this gem. While Leichhardt is traditionally known for its Italian cuisine, Café Rodizio deserves a visit.
They serve an eclectic mix of modern Australian cuisine with a definite South American influence. From breakfast and brunch to tapas and churrasco there's something delicious for any meal and vegetarians are well catered for.
Breakfast ranges from $4.50 for toast and jam to $19.50 for the works and the best part is it's served all day. Lunches go from around $10 up to $32 for the succulent rib eye and tapas start at $8. Their signature Brazilian barbeque churrasco costs $42 per person.
The coffee is delicious too and the service is friendly and welcoming, not to mention the
atmosphere. The décor is a refreshing aesthetic pleasure.
It's a café by day and a restaurant by night. With a fully stocked bar and cocktails that are worth a look, you can't go past it for an eating out experience. To top it off, on Sundays from 5:30pm you'll be entertained with live music.