The popular O Carnaval Brunch at Hong Kong’s Uma Nota is back as a monthly Nipo-Brasileiro-inspired feast.
Central Hong Kong restaurant Uma Nota is now ready to transport guests to the bustle of Rio for a few hours each month with its O Carnaval Brunch, a meal quite unlike any in the city. Partygoers and brunch lovers can expect an immersive experience of captivating dining and high-energy performances, including drummers, dancing, and more.
Uma Nota is a modern boteco, which in Brazil is traditionally known as a meeting place for those looking for a refreshing drink and good street food in a fun, easy-going setting. Nestled at the corner of Hollywood Road and Peel Street in Central, the Brazilian Japanese restaurant and bar brings São Paulo’s Nipo-Brasileiro street food and cocktails to SoHo.
Held monthly from April 29, from 12 pm to 4 pm, the brunch is priced at HK$1,288 per person and includes a Brazilian feast with a selection of sharing appetisers, one sharing main and one sharing dessert, while the free-flow drink package includes bottled beer, prosecco, white and red wine, classic Caipirinhas, watermelon Sakerinhas, and soft drinks.
Guests can tuck into Nipo-Brasileiro-inspired dishes like salmon roll with wasabi and cream cheese; Lula a la brasa, grilled squid served with red bell pepper chimichurri and cassava farofa; Beterraba, roasted beetroot served with tofu cream, cashew nuts, pomegranate vinaigrette and arugula; and Karaage ao Passarinho, Japanese style fried chicken served in Brazilian boteco style.
Also look out for the likes of the hearty Churrasco platter of chargrilled rib-eye, pork sausage, and spring chicken served with baby potato, and roasted vegetables; and the Amazonian Dessert Platter, with ice creams, fresh fruits and other sweet delights.
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