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Japanese cuisine became popular in Rio back in the 80's, when it became hip to eat sushis and sashimis. Today few remember life without a good pair of chopsticks... Do not be surprised to find mini-sushis among the buffet options of better rodízio steakhouses and self-serve restaurants.
Chinese cuisine in Rio used to translate to hearty portions of somewhat less creative - though substantial - food. Most restaurants today have learned to add vegetarian and fish options, though, and you can go for something lighter. Thai, Vietnamese, and other favorite oriental cuisines are also part of this eclectic list, with what we consider the best Asian bets in the city.
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