In the 19th Century, gauchos - or cowboys - travelled across South America herding their cattle. They would dig a big pit in the ground and slowly cook a large piece of beef over the fire. Gathered around the fire, they would drink wine, tell stories, sing songs and slice off pieces of meat. This social way of eating epitomises the traditions of the gaśchos and the importance of sharing.
Bem Brasil Deansgate has a large authentic restaurant upstairs with 260 covers upstairs where the 5m long barbeque provides everlasting supply of steak. At Deansgate the bar comes to you with our specially made mobile Caipirinha stations that weave round the restaurant making your choice of Caipirinha in front of you.
The Northern Quarter is the original Bem Brasil with lots of authenticity and a genuine warm friendly atmosphere, still run by the founder of the concept with his son and daughter the food and drinks are amazing.