Brazil meets Bangladesh in Belfast

You read right east meets west,Northern and Southern Hemispheres combine to give Belfast it’s newest and interesting dining experience.

Ben Brazil is a franchise which the team from Ruba Spice on Universty Road brought to Belfast and they have the Irish franchise. In Scotland it is Viva
Brazil and England it is Bem Brazil. It’s parents are American.

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Ok so how does it work. Well you get to choose from cold buffet and hot buffet and then the meat.

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4 thoughts on “Brazil meets Bangladesh in Belfast

  1. Mark

    Have Visited this place twice and each time we had great experience , food was fabulous and the service was spotless. Defo we will be back

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