【Ovo Cafe】The best Brazilian food in Sydney, Part 1


Hello everyone. I’m @olivertomolife and I’ve studied abroad in Sydney!

In Australia, a multi-ethnic country, you can enjoy the cuisine of many different countries, and Brazilian food is one of the most popular.

The Ovo Cafe I’m going to introduce here is a restaurant specializing in Brazilian food, located near Sydney’s Town Hall!

It was my first time to try Brazilian food, and it was very appealing, so I will explain it to you.

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I studied abroad in Sydney for a year starting in 2018. Now I am writing a blog based on that experience.

By reading this post, you’ll get to know about Brazilian food in the city of Sydney!


What is Brazilian food?

Brazilian food

Brazilian food is a derivative of many immigrant cuisines, and is characterized by different cooking methods in each region.

Among other things, beef, beans, and cassava are often used.

Typical dishes include feijoada, churrasco, pastel, etc.

What is Ovo Cafe?

This restaurant is located near Hyde Park in a commercial complex called Oxford Village.

The restaurant seems to have moved from its previous location.

There are supermarkets and gyms around, so you can easily go there even when you have other things to do.

The restaurant is relatively new and seems to be popular among the citizens.

If you’re into Brazilian food, you should definitely give this place a try!

Ovo Cafe
  • Access: 5 minutes walk from Museum Station
  • Address: Oxford Village, 13/63 Oxford St, Darlinghurst NSW 2010 Australia
  • Opening hours: 8:30am – 3:00pm daily

Exterior view of the restaurant

The restaurant is located in a corner of a commercial building and looks like a cafe.

I wonder if many Brazilian restaurants are designed like cafes?

I don’t know much about it, but…

The atmosphere of the restaurant

The restaurant is designed with no windows and no partitions.

It has an open atmosphere, and sometimes I saw people walking around and stopping.

You can see the customers eating, so I guess they are curious about what kind of food they are eating.

Recommended menu

I recommend the feijoada, a stewed dish!

There are also steaks and salads available.

How to Order and Points to Note

You can order from the waitress.

The bill is paid afterwards, and when I was there, only cash was accepted.

When I went there, they only accepted cash, but I haven’t been there since it was renovated, so they may accept credit card payments.

Taste of the food

Brazilian food Sydney

I ordered a feijoada!

From left to right in the back, soybean powder, vegetables, orange, from left to right in the front, rice, and feijoada.

The way to eat it is to mix the soybean powder into the feijoada and eat it with rice.

My Brazilian friend told me that there are many ways to eat it, so it’s better to eat it how you like it.

The taste of feijoada is a very thick soup that will fill you up.

They also have a lot of calories because they are made from stewed pork and beef.

Be careful not to eat too much!

It was a new flavor I’ve never experienced before, and it satisfied me!


Brazilian food
  • Recommended Brazilian food in Sydney City
  • Feijoada has a rich taste.
  • A restaurant that can be enjoyed by one or more people.

This is a summary of OvoCafe!

There are many other Brazilian restaurants in Sydney, so I’ll update this page as I find them!

I’ll keep you posted on what’s happening in Australia, so stay tuned!

Thank you for reading to the end!