Greensboro ethnic setting Restaurant Reviews
Welcome to our Greensboro ethnic setting restaurant reviews guide where you'll find top restaurants off the beaten path, both locally owned and chain. In fact, some of the best restaurants in the Greensboro just might be the little mom and pop operations flying under the radar. For some of the best picks in Greensboro, you've come to the right place.
Our Greensboro restaurant reviews guide can help you make sense of the thousands of options out there. Happy eating!
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“I was wanting something different for lunch so while traveling south on 68 I saw Monesi on the left. It was about 11:45am. I was greeted by a wonderful smile from I'm assuming the owner. I went through the buffet line and was impressed with everything I chose. My favorite was the Brazilian collard g... ” (07/17/2010)
“This place is a delight! The food is VERY different (@ least from what we're used to in The South). Delicious Brazilian collard greens, fantastic salads and a wide variety of meats to choose from off of their buffet. Try the Brazilian grits...excellent! Enjoy!” (01/12/2011)
“Food is excellent and different from what most restaurants serve. I like that you pay $5.95 per pound because I can go there whether I'm starving or just want something light. The deserts are homemade and incredible.” (10/22/2008)
“A much needed restaurant here in the Triad! A bright and warm decor is a reminiscence of the Brazilian lifestyle and their vibrant culture. The buffet table is not very large but it has a very nice selection of Brazilian style foods. I had some Brazilian stew meat that was very tender and tasty.... ” (03/04/2009)
“Very surprised about the size of the buffet. If you are into veggies - this is your place! Great salads and fresh vegetables not overpowered with special sauces, etc. Really enjoyed the lunch buffet. 3/4/09”