Olá, we make food to go!


Pick it up at our serving window in Slovanský dům. You can check out the menu here. We also deliver with Dáme jídlo and Wolt.

We accept orders at +420 734 760 734, slovanskydum@ambi.cz or in person.

Pick it up at our serving window in Slovanský dům. You can check out the menu here. 🙌

EXOTIC FLAVOR AND PULSE OF THE METROPOLIS
Brasileiro in Slovanský dům opened its doors in 2004, one year after the first Brasileiro restaurant. The lively surroundings of Na Příkopě Street in combination with the colorful flavors of Brazil make for an unforgettable experience.
STARTERS INSPIRED BY THE STREET
The vibrant atmosphere of São Paulo and its street food are the inspiration for our appetizers. The pão de queijo cheese buns made from cassava flour are excellent alone or as a side dish. Our selection of appetizers is constantly changing, so there is always something new to look forward to.
NIKKEI: JAPANESE PRECISION AND BRAZILIAN FLAVOR
Sushi has a singular style in Brazil. While it is simpler, it also uses exotic ingredients: fruits, vegetables, fresh cheese and fried components. In Slovanský dům, Brazilian sushi is prepared before your very eyes by a sushi master, so you can enjoy it with all your senses!
BRAZILIAN CAIPIRINHA | SIGNATURE COCKTAIL
The cachaça spirit, distilled from sugarcane stalks, was initially not much liked by Brazilians. They began mixing it with fresh fruit, which is how the famous caipirinha cocktail was born. Besides the caipirinha, you can try other signature Brasiliero cocktails created in cooperation with Hemingway Bar’s head bartender, Ondřej Hnilička. Saúde!
AS MUCH MEAT AS YOU CAN EAT
Let the flavors of sushi fade, order another caiprinha, and prepare for a substantial serving of char-grilled meat! That’s how our chefs experienced eating out in Brazil, and they want to share it with you.
ART OF THE STREETS IN SLOVANSKÝ DŮM
Pichação - politically and socially engaged street art - is an integral part of the Brazilian metropolis and finds its way into the visual concept of our restaurant. Read the report (in Czech) of our journey to São Paulo on our blog Jídlo a radost.