Juliana Kipper Brazilian-born head chef of El Santo in Glasgow's Merchant City

Flash-grilled: Juliana Kipper

By James McAllister

The Brazilian-born head chef of El Santo in Glasgow's Merchant City on getting her start in the industry, confronting gender imbalance, and why caviar is overrated.

Credit: Anton Rodriguez

Flash-grilled: Alberto Landgraf

By James McAllister

The acclaimed Brazilian chef, who recently launched his first London restaurant, Bossa, in Marylebone, on what he'd do if he wasn't in kitchens, and a dangerous deep sea fishing trip.

Bossa Brazilian restaurant London Alberto Landgraf

Latest opening: Bossa

By Joe Lutrario

Acclaimed Brazilian chef Alberto Landgraf is bringing ‘the soul of Brazil to the British capital’ with this casual yet gastronomically ambitious restaurant.

Acai Berry Chelsea

Acai Berry chooses Chelsea for second site

By Joe Lutrario

Brazilian ‘superfood’ brand Acai Berry has opened a second grab-and-go site in Chelsea following the success of its inaugural bricks-and-mortar location in Soho’s Kingly Court.

Possible exit route: Azzurri, among others, could offer shares in the coming year

2016: The year of the IPO, the taco and Brazilian food

By Stefan Chomka

The Rio Olympics, the continued rise of grab-and-go food and a growing number of restaurant groups weighing up their exit strategies will each have an impact on the eating-out sector in 2016, according to predictions from industry experts.


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