Brazilian restaurants in Paris
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Step into this sunny space and the warm yellows and greens of the Brazilian flag give the game away. For Brazilian and Portuguese specialities like feijoada (a rich meat and bean stew; €14) and various bacalhau (dried cod) dishes we know of no better place than the ‘Jungle Door’ (which may be referring to the Amazon or the immediate district of whorehouses and sex shops). Plats du jours are €11 and there’s brunch (€12) on Sunday.