Edinburgh’s “Brazil in a box”, Tupiniquim, aims to bring authentic Brazilian food to the streets of the Scottish Capital.
Serving up gluten-free sweet and savoury crepes, filled with healthy and fresh ingredients, Tupiniquim is the perfect example of why you should not judge a book by its cover! The small green police box is unassuming, but this hidden gem is bursting with flavours. Once a week, on a Saturday, you can try their special, and much coveted, feijoada.
There is a reason Tupiniquim has such a loyal following, but don’t just take our word for it, try it yourself and see why people are calling this the best street food in Edinburgh!
- Chicken Curry Piri-Piri £6.20
Grilled Chicken thighs, onions ,peppers, Avocado, cheese and spinach.
- Let it go Chicken £7.20
Full release the chicken, piri-piri or stake pancakes with added roasted sweet potatoes, butternut squash and tomatoes
- Marguerita. Ta Ta £6.00
Goats Cheese or/and Mozzarella, sunblush tomatoes, Cherry tomatoes, avocado, spinach and basil.
- Pumpkin a la Papai £6.50
Roasted Butternut Squash, Sweet Potatoes, spinach, tomatoes and Pistachios.(add some cheese if you like).
- Ratatouille Marguerita Ta ra £6.20
Our marguerita with added roasted aubergines, courgettes, onions, peppers, tomatoes and fresh herbs.
- Release the Chicken £6.20
Grilled shredded chicken breast, cheese, avocado, sweet corn, spinach.
- Banoffee Bayleys £4.90
Caramel, banana, pecans, cinnamon and baileys.
- Double chocolate and nuts £4.00
Milk, Dark chocolate or Nutella with mixed roast nuts
- Lemon and sugar £3.00
Lemon and brown sugar
- Monkey Delight £4.00
Banana, cinnamon, pecans and brown sugar.
- Monkey in the night £4.00
Banana, peanut butter, chocolate
- Nutella £3.00
Peanut butter and chocolate
- Dadinhos de Tapiocas £4.00
Fried tapioca and halloumi cubes. Served with sweet chili guava jam.
Guarana can £2.00
- Iced Mate Tea £2.00
Toasted mate tea, lime, mint and agave.