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Brazillian cuisine in Plymouth, Ma


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Brazillian cuisine in Plymouth, Ma

Louis | Jul 8, 2006 07:24 PM

Everyone recognizes that seafood, along the New England coast, is as good as it gets. Choosing fresh seafood dishes in Plymouth, Ma, is also, a no brainer. Not so well recognized is the changing demographics of the area, bringing with it the opportunity to sample some fine ethnic cuisine.

With the waterfront restaurants filled to capacity on a sunny weekend day, and parking next to impossible, we navigated our way to North Plymouth and stumbled across the discovery of the week. The newly opened Casa Brasil offers a fine all you can eat buffet for $8.95 Or, a never ending rodizio barbeque plus the buffet for $11.99. On Saturday's, the buffet includes fejioada, a pork and bean stew, long known as a national dish of Brazil. Also on the buffet, are are a variety of freshly made salads and tropical fruit. For the entre's, there is chicken, roast pork, fish, lasagna, assorted sides, and the best fried plantains I have had south of Boston.

The Barbeque kept coming out with various meats and birds. But what caught my eye was the whole pineapple, cooked so the sugar was carmelized on the surface, and then thinly sliced onto your dish to accompany a meat selection.

All in all, Casa Brasil,(across from Waynes Seafood) 318 Court St, Plymouth a welcome addition for the adventureous diner.

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