A little bit of everything for brunch

Av. da Liberdade 180, Piso -1, Loja 7

308 808 901,
Mon – Sat, 8h30 – 18h

This “tropical-industrial-style” cafe in the bottom floor of the Tivoli Forum will serve you a wake-up cup of well-prepared Brazilian coffee (or a glass of prosecco – your call) alongside your choice of lox, eggs benedict, pho, poke, tacos, and even avocado toast — yes, Instagrammers! We were invited to try their menu and fell in love with the tacos Al Pastore and were wowed by the flavor and presentation: three helpings of nice smoky carne assada pulled pieces under pickled sliced pineapple and pico de gallo was a winning combination and our top pick. Go for the lox eggs benedict for a more traditional brunch option, or opt for the poke if you’d rather see your meal in a bowl. It’s a welcomed pit-stop in the food court that managed to carve out its own niche of brunch zen amidst the commercial madness.

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