Brazilian cuisine is a result of a combination of key ingredients brought by different cultures that arrived into Brazil. It all started with the colonisation by the Portuguese in the 16th century. During Brazil's history many other different nationalities introduced a variety of elements and dishes for example the Italians (pizza, pasta), the Spanish (tapas, empanadillas - empadinhas), the Arabs (spiha, lamb, kibbeh), the Chinese and Japanese (wontons – sushi and pastels).

 What cannot be missed:

1. Coxinhas;

2. Brigadeiro;

3. Pão de Queijo;

4. Farofa;

5. Feijão Tropeiro;

6. Açaí;

7. Pastéis;

8. Mousse de Maracujá;

9. Feijoada;

10. Bolinho de Chuva;

11. Moqueca de Camarão;

12. Beijinho de Coco;

13. Vatapá;

14. Bauru;

15. Créme De Papaya;

16. Acarajé;

17. Romeu e Julieta;

18. Misto Quente;

19. Requeijão;

20. Mandioca Frita;

21. Salpicão;

22. Pavé;

23. Empadão;

24. Quindim;

25. Churrascaria;

26. Brazilian Pizzas.