From Saturday 4th September, Brazilian-Japanese boteco Uma Nota will be launching a two-month long, weekend-only Bahia Brunch, celebrating the vibrancy of Bahian culture and introducing another subsection of Brazil’s diverse gastronomic landscape to a Hong Kong audience.
With September being a significant month in Brazil’s cultural calendar (both their National Independence Day (7th) and National Cachaça day (13th) fall within a few days of each other) every year, Head Chef Gustavo Vargas and the team at Uma Nota celebrate the spirit of Brazil all month long.
The limited-run brunch menu is a continuation of Uma Nota’s celebration of Brazil’s culinary traditions, this time with Chef Gustavo turning his attentions to the North-eastern coastal region of Bahia; home to the majority of the country’s Afro-Brazilian population, and one of the most widely recognised cuisines throughout Brazil. In Salvador, the region’s capital city, African and European culture come together in a distinct blend of music, art and of course, food.
Available from 4th September to 31st October, culture-seekers and curious diners can enjoy Uma Nota’s BahiaBrunch every weekend and public holiday from 11:30am to 4:30pm. Brunch is priced from HK$350pp (additional upgrades available) with an optional beverage free flow: Bubbles and Beer for HK$195 or Cocktails and More for HK$245.