Brazilian Food on the Menu for Malden Reads!
In keeping with the themes of cross-cultural understanding and celebrating the diversity in our community, “Malden Eats Community Dinners” presents the second in its series of community meals at local ethnic restaurants. Bossa Nova is a Brazilian restaurant that opened in Malden on 290 Main St. last December. Come join other Malden community members for dinner on Tuesday, March 13 at 7:00pm to share in a Brazilian meal. The meal will begin with the restaurant owners explaining a little bit about Brazilian cuisine.
Mealtime in Brazil is a convivial occasion where friends and family enjoy socializing and savoring the food. Brazilian food encompasses a wide variety of types of food and cuisines, with an emphasis on freshness. Influences include countries as diverse as Africa, India, Japan, Lebonon and Europe, especially Spain, Italy, Germany, and of course, Portugal. These influences merge to create a culinary experience that is uniquely Brazilian.
At Bossa Nova, we will be sampling churrasco, or grilled meat in a style known as espeto corrido or rodízio, where the waiters move around the restaurant with the skewers, slicing meat onto the diner’s plate. The meal also includes the salad bar that offers a variety of choices such as fresh salads, rice and beans, sometimes fish, chicken and beef, and fried yucca and other vegetables.
The fee is $15 and is all-inclusive of the food, but does not include drink. To reserve your spot, please call 781-605-3343 and make clear that you are making reservations for Tuesday, March 13 at 7pm with the Malden Reads event. If you have any questions about this event or the Malden Eats Community Dinner series, please call Paula at 339-224-0834 or email email@example.com. Hope to see you at Bossa Nova!