Comida di Buteco contest starts competition to choose the best snack in Fortaleza in 2022; see candidates | Ceará


The 22nd edition of the Comida di Buteco contest started this Friday (8), with 21 participating bars in Fortaleza. The establishments compete for the title of Best Buteco in the city, trying to conquer the taste and the preference of the public and of a committee of judges, who will evaluate the snacks prepared especially for the contest, in addition to giving marks for the service, the hygiene of the bar and the temperature of drinks.

The champion buteco from Fortaleza will also compete for the national title, in the second stage of the contest, which takes place in June, when a new jury must visit the winners of each circuit. From there, the Best Buteco in Brazil of 2022 is elected.

Competing dishes have a single price of R$ 27. According to the organization, the idea is to offer them at a fair price that allows the public to experience the creations of the bars to the fullest.

See the competitors of Fortaleza

Snack Moela à Mackerel with Marrow Gremolata from Ancho Gastrobar. — Photo: Disclosure

Ancho Gastrobar. Rua Andrade Furtado, 2041- FGH stores. Poop

Snack: Mackerel Gizzard with Marrow Gremolata

Ingredients: Stewed gizzards, served inside the fried onion with smoked pumpkin puree, topped with coconut egg and macerated marrow gremolata, finished with chives and pout peppers

Opening hours: Monday to Saturday, from 18:00 to 24:00.

Arretado de Bom do Arriégua Bar and Petiscaria. — Photo: Disclosure

Arriégua Bar and Petiscaria. Rua Doutor Manuel Teófilo, 805. Itaperi.

Ingredients: Pork shank croquette, with caramelized onions, accompanied by bisque sauce and homemade mayonnaise

Opening hours: Tuesdays, from 17:00 to 23:00.

Tapioca dadinhos from Bar do Helano. — Photo: Disclosure

Helano’s Bar. Rua Carlos Vasconcelos, 2310. Aldeota.

Ingredients: Tapioca Dadinho

Opening hours: Tuesday to Friday, from 4pm to 11pm; and Saturday from 1 am to 11 pm.

If you’re coming to Ceará, come and try Zabumba and Boi Bumbá from Bar do Nem. — Photo: Disclosure

Nem’s Bar. Rua General Clarindo de Queiroz, 1745 – Store 230 – Downtown

Snack: If You Come to Ceará, Come Taste Zabumba and Boi Bumbá

Ingredients: Potato croquette, stuffed with carne de sol, tongue, green beans and special house sauces.

Opening hours: Tuesday to Saturday, from 7 am to 3 pm; and Sundays, from 7 am to 12 pm.

Dani’s Boteco Lamp. — Photo: Disclosure

Dani’s Boteco. Rua Odete Pacheco, 87. São Gerardo.

Ingredients: Pastries stuffed with carne do sol, beef jerky, cottage cheese and gorgonzola

Opening hours: Thursday to Saturday, from 18:00 to 24:00.

Budega swing from Budega do Raul. — Photo: Disclosure

Raul’s Budega. Av. Judge Gonzaga, odd side, 621. City of Officials.

Ingredients: Mix of chicken, beef and pork shank mini skewers, served with spicy pumpkin sauce and chili pepper crumbs

Opening hours: Wednesday to Saturday, from 19:00 to 01:00.

Come on, mah! of the JC Botiquim. — Photo: Disclosure

JC’s boutique. Rua Padre Guerra, 2334. Parquelândia.

Ingredients: Pork fillet medallions and roasted potatoes, with gorgonzola cheese sauce

Opening hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday, from 17:00 to 24:00. Friday and Saturday, from 17:00 to 01:00.

Sun meat from Butiquim do Sertão. — Photo: Disclosure

Sertão boutique. Rua Conselheiro Lafayette, 927. Forest.

Ingredients: Sun meat cut into cubes, served in an edible bowl of crispy dough, topped with cream cheese and mountain cheese. Accompanies farofa and mango jelly and cane molasses.

Operation: Monday; and Wednesday to Sunday, from 17:00 to 24:00.

Markim’s Barbecue Ball Armadillo. — Photo: Disclosure

Markim’s Barbecue. Cap Street Melo, 3914, Altos. Joaquim Távora.

Ingredients: Tuna ball stuffed with grated cheese, pout pepper and cream cheese, served with pepper jelly, lemon and barbecue.

Opening hours: Wednesday to Saturday, from 16:00 to 24:00.

Club Ball at Club do Espetinho. — Photo: Disclosure

Espetinho Club. R. Edite Braga, 209. Jardim América.

Ingredients: Stuffed meatballs, breaded and fried. Served with 3 special house sauces

Opening hours: Tuesday to Friday, from 17:30 to 01:00; Saturday, from 11 am to 1 am; Sunday, from 11 am to 12 pm.

Meat Bombinha from the Coktelitas House of Drinks. — Photo: Disclosure

House of Drinks cocktails. R. Osvaldo Cruz, 2330 A. Dionísio Torres.

Snack: Sun Meat Bombinhas

Ingredients: Cured cheese bread, stuffed with sun-dried meat and caramelized onions, topped with curled Parmesan cheese

Opening hours: Wednesday to Saturday, from 16:00 to 01:00.

Crispy Pork from Mormaço Bar. — Photo: Disclosure

Mormaço Bar. Rua Isac Meyer, 345 – Store 1. Aldeota.

Ingredients: Traditional Cracked Pork Belly Crackling served with Lemon Cilantro Mayonnaise, Jalapeño Sauce and House Spicy Salsa

Opening hours: Monday to Friday, from 15:00 to 22:00; Saturday, from 11 am to 10 pm.

Dream of Mother of O Camocim. — Photo: Disclosure

O Camocim (Winner of Comida di Buteco Fortaleza 2021). Rua Padre Mororó, 1012. Downtown.

Ingredients: Mini meatballs stuffed with mozzarella cheese, cooked in hot sauce, served with slices of bread

Opening hours: Monday to Saturday, from 11 am to 12 pm; Sunday, from 12:00 to 20:00.

I want more from Point do Lago. — Photo: Disclosure

Lake Point. Av. Vienna Weyne, S/N – Kiosk 047. Cambeba.

Ingredient: Sun meat with cassava dumplings

Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday, from 16:00 to 24:00.

Carne do Sol Croquette with Homemade Cheese. — Photo: Disclosure

taste of home. Av. Vienna Weyne, 1035 – Lake Jacarey. Cambeba.

Snack: Sun meat croquette with cheese

Ingredients: Sun meat croquette with cheese, on a bed of fried cabbage, cassava sauce and mozzarella cheese

Opening hours: Tuesday to Saturday, from 18:00 to 23:00.

Fritada Sertaneja do Sertão Xique Xique. — Photo: Disclosure

Sertão Xique Xique. Dr Street Manoel Teófilo, 805. Itaperi.

Snack: Fritada Sertaneja

Ingredients: Sun-dried beef fillet cut into very thin strips flambéed in cachaça, accompanied by rustic potatoes and caramelized onions. Served with sweet and sour sauce and a slightly spicy sauce

Opening hours: Wednesday and Thursday, from 10 am to 4 pm; Friday, from 4pm to 9pm; Saturday, from 1 pm to 9 pm; Sunday, from 1 pm to 4 pm.

The Delightful Sea of ​​Seu Zé Bodega. — Photo: Disclosure

Your Zé Bodega. Rua Joaquim Torres, 1051. Joaquim Távora.

Ingredients: Creamy fish and banana cake, served with chili sauce

Opening hours: Tuesday to Friday, from 17:00 to 24:00; Saturday, from 11 am to 12 pm; Sunday, from 11 am to 10 pm.

Tempura Shrimp from the Northeast of Mr. Snack. — Photo: Disclosure

Mr. snack. R. Barão de Aratanha, 1251. Fátima.

Snack: Tempura Shrimp from the Northeast

Ingredients: Shrimp wrapped in western rice noodles, served with tamarind chutney

Opening hours: Wednesday to Friday, from 5 pm to 2 am; Saturday to Sunday, from 12:00 to 2:00.

Burrowed Lamb from Toca do Peba. — Photo: Disclosure

Peba’s play. Rua Professor Costa Mendes, 266 – Bom Futuro

Snack: Burrowed Lamb

Ingredients: Lamb dumplings with rice, curd cheese, cream cheese and parsley, breaded and fried.

Opening hours: Monday to Friday, from 15:00 to 22:00; Saturday, from 11 am to 10 pm.

Stuffed Canut from Varandão da Vila. — Photo: Disclosure

Varandão da Vila. Av. Osório de Paiva, 1612. Parangaba.

Ingredients: Pastry dough in the shape of a straw, stuffed with sun dried meat, cheese, bacon and cottage cheese and breaded. Served fried.

Opening hours: Wednesday to Saturday, from 17:00 to 22:00.

Barbarians Pub. Rua Waldery Uchôa, 42. Benfica.

Snack: Trio de Coxinhas

Ingredients: Trio of chicken drumsticks with cottage cheese, breaded in Panko flour and accompanied by cane molasses and pepperoni

Opening hours: Tuesday to Saturday, from 17:00 to 01:00.

Voting for the contest is in person. Each customer who tastes the competing snack will receive a ballot and must give his or her rating on the spot. Each criterion is evaluated with a score from 0 to 10. The public vote is worth 50% of the total weight and that of the judges 50%. The circuit will run until the 1st of May in the capital.

Among the novelties for this year is the amount charged for snacks participating in the contest. All will be available for a fixed price of R$ 27.00 (twenty-seven reais). The idea is to offer them at a fair price that allows the public to experience the pubs’ creations to the fullest.

In this edition, the theme is free and the participating dishes will not have mandatory ingredients in the recipes. In this way, the circuit promises even more diversity of flavors, textures and seasonings.

With the theme “Buteco Vive”, the mission of Comida di Buteco 2022 is to continue celebrating the cuisine from scratch and valuing small businesses and entrepreneurs in the area of ​​gastronomy.

No establishment pays to participate in the contest. The participants are pubs run by the owners themselves and their families, who do not belong to chains or franchises. The purpose of the contest is to encourage the public to get to know and live the different gastronomic and cultural experiences that the places can provide, helping to maintain the market and the tradition of butecos throughout Brazil.

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