When Anthony Bourdain visited the Brazilian Amazon and the city of Belem on his show No Reservations, he and his crew ate at a few restaurants. Here are all the addresses and the dishes showcased on Anthony Bourdain Brazil, all in a convenient list.
Tacacá is a popular soup in Northern Brazil. It has a tucupi base made with cassava broth and thickened with tapioca gum. Shrimps and jambu leaves are a main feature of this comforting soup. Cherry peppers (pimiento) are typically added to give some heat to the dish.
Marajo Park Resort is a remote eco-lodge in the island of Mexiana. It serves traditional Ribeirinho dishes, and it is here where Anthony Bourdain enjoyed grilled pirarucu with onions, tomatoes, cilantro and olive oil, served with a side of vatapá (stew made of shrimp, peanuts, coconut and palm oil). He also sampled pirarucu simmered in coconut milk and pirarucu caviar.
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