Discover Restaurants offering the best South American food in Pelotas, State of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. Pelotas (Portuguese pronunciation: [peˈlɔtɐs]) is a Brazilian city and municipality (município), the third most populous in the southern state of Rio Grande do Sul. Pelotas is located 270 km (168 mi) from Porto Alegre, the capital city of the state, and 130 km (80.8 mi) from the Uruguayan border. The Lagoa dos Patos lies to the east and the São Gonçalo Channel lies to the south, separating Pelotas from the city of Rio Grande.
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4 based on 161 reviews
The restaurant is an Uruguayan style parrilla. The parrilla is located at the entrance behind a glass window so you can see the food being cooked by the parrillero. The ambiance is special, with some dozens of old radios and memorabilia in the walls.The meat and specialties are great. Ask the waiter for suggestions, and drink wine or Patricia beer. I had the entrecot with cheese and onions. Delicious!
4 based on 125 reviews
We had lunch here in a large group. Great service and the choice of food was amazing. Free coffee and desserts. Recommend the beans and the fish. One of the best lunches i have had.
4 based on 162 reviews
Cozinha artesanal harmoniosamente servida em buffet de segunda a sexta das 11h30 as 14h, sabado das 12h as 15h, a noite jantar a la carte de segunda a sabado pos 19h.
This cosy and nicely decorated restaurant offers a variety of fresh, criative food, catering also for vegetarians.
4 based on 171 reviews
TEM PRATOS VARIADOS, DESDE FRUTOS DO MAR ATÃ GRELHADOS(CHURRASCO). BOM ATENDIMENTO. Plenty of dishes,various kinds of dishes, Expirient waiters, Good desserts, Cheap prices, if you put this in dollar. it is not sofisticated is for a medium class people. Very good frequency of people.
4 based on 102 reviews
The Southern Brazilian town of Pelotas literally means "sweets"! The first Portuguese settlers in the region brought their tradition and knowledge in the production of sweets - made of eggs, sugar and love. Pelotas is nationally famous for its sweets and, while visiting this historical town, a stop at "Imperatriz Doces Finos" is almost compulsory. Located at the beautiful "Mercado PÃºblico de Pelotas", "Imperatriz Doces Finos" is actually recognized - by locals - as the best sweet shop in town. If you miss it, you will regret forever. Bon AppÃ©tit!
4 based on 314 reviews
It is not easy to find a place for dinner especially a small town. We were lucky to stay in a hotel closed to Alles Blau. I didn't take lunch but I have a very delicious soup for my dinner. They are excellent soup with very mild taste. My family took normal dinner and there are large variety of dishes to offer. The price was very with the quality of food they serve.
4 based on 679 reviews
Churrasqueria Lobao is a nice restaurant located on one of the main avenues of Pelotas. And you can eat oh so very good meat. In the middle of the restaurant you have a bar that has all the non-meats, aka fresh vegetables, salads, rice, these thinly cut potatoes that serve as a side dish here in Pelotas, fruits (for desert) and so on. So you choose a table, ask for soemthing to drink (remember that the "normal" beer size in Pelotas is 600+ ml, so if you don't want that much beer ask for half a beer, wich are the 300+ ml bottles), take the plate on your table and serve yourself all the non-meat you want. And then, please do sit down so the servers can come to your table with different cuts, sizzling hot, and ask you if you want a piece. And you can eat all sorts of meat, mostly beef but also pork ribs, lamb and I think those were little chicken (I guess) hearts. And you can't resist when the guy comes and asks you if you want picanha, oh yes I do! And you must also try this cut that they prepare next to you with yogurt and morango (strawberry) jam oooooh. Everything was so goooood. A must in Pelotas.
4 based on 511 reviews
The historical Brazilian town of Pelotas, gateway to the Pampa plains, has one more reason to be proud of: Chu! A branchÃ© restaurant, with delicious food, great wine cellar, lovely service and cosmopolitan atmosphere. Its architectural project is a prized one: an old building, totally renovated, creating spaces that are functional, warm and charming, very charming indeed! The fireplace and the herbs garden should be visited. Chef Chu is not afraid of showing his modern kitchen and his admired skills: a glass window reveals the secrets of a special scene. You look inside and there he is, tireless, present at all moments, creating an unforgettable moment for us. It was a pleasure having the opportunity to get to know Chu Restaurant, a delicious and wonderful surprise in Pelotas. Noisy? Yes, as most restaurants in Brazil are and this fact won't spoil your evening. The high ceiling is probably the reason for increasing the noise. Chu is a place for meeting friends, for family dinners and specially, a place for celebrations, where children are welcome. So, please, enjoy the Chu experience!
4 based on 346 reviews
A much needed alternatve to the traditional Gaucha bbq with a tasty lunch buffet. The ambience is comfortable and big filled with art and alternative decor.
4 based on 475 reviews
The dream of providing a differentiated service , cozy space birthed on July 26, 1995 GRILLED Batuva , designed by Alfredo Luiz Mello Milk ( Civil Engineer ) , but having a family history connected to the branch of power . Every detail, from the choice of
Batuva is one of the few restaurants in town that has a decent and consistent service. It specializes in Uruguayan style grill - parrilla. The menu includes more traditional grilled meat (picanha, entrecot, filet) and the house specialties where meat is served in sauce. The filet in cream sauce is the one to order. Fish is in the menu as well. The house has a good selection of wines - mostly Chilean and Argentinian. The obvious fault is not having a wine refrigerator. In summer, wine is not an option here. All in all, one of the best options for eating out in Pelotas.
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