Moqueca is possibly brazil's favorite dish, competing for the honors with feijoada. The seafood moqueca, or the shrimp moqueca is so delicious, that despite its "slave quarter" origins, it easily made its way onto the master's dinner table.
And it should: coconut milk, onions, tomatoes and peppers stew with seafood and garlic. The combination is then served with rice and farofa. You can easily eat this dish every day for the rest of your life, without ever feeling the desire any other meal.
Experience the moqueca at Brasileirinho, while people-watching at the Copacabana beach. Shrimp or seafood moqueca with rice and farofa with beef turnovers for appetizers and 2 lime caipis.