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Que Bom: All-You-Can-Eat Churrasco & Brazilian Food! Brazilian Restaurant in Asakusa

Que Bom: All-You-Can-Eat Churrasco & Brazilian Food! Brazilian Restaurant in Asakusa

Date published: 25 August 2020
Last updated: 14 January 2021

Que Bom is a popular Brazilian restaurant in Asakusa, an area famous for being home to Japan's largest samba contest in Japan, the Asakusa Samba Carnival. Que Bom offers a fantastic quality-to-price selection, all-you-can-eat Brazilian food, in an atmosphere that will make you feel like you're in Brazil.

Table of Contents
  1. All-you-can-eat Churrasco & Brazilian food at Que Bom!
  2. The 10+ kinds of churrasco are all cut right after being grilled
  3. Find many Brazilian dishes in the all-you-can-eat course
  4. Outstanding measures against coronavirus

All-you-can-eat Churrasco & Brazilian food at Que Bom!

All-you-can-eat Churrasco & Brazilian food at Que Bom!
Inside Que Bom

Que Bom is a restaurant specialized Brazilian and Churrasco dishes, and it's run by the all-Brazilian football (soccer) brand ATHLETA. Since its opening in 2006, this restaurant has been known for its Brazilian buffet. To prevent the spread of Covid-19, the shop won't offer an open buffet any longer, but instead, will serve the dishes from the kitchen.

Churrasco is the same as it's always been, and the staff will serve it as soon as it's prepared in the kitchen. For dishes like salads and other side dishes, plates are served accordingly to the number of people at the table.

A meal at Que Bom

If there is a dish you particularly like, let the staff know, and they will bring you more. Unlike the buffet, what the restaurant calls "tailored all-you-can-eat-course," reduces the number of times you have to stand and walk across the restaurant, allowing you to eat with peace of mind.

The all-you-can-eat is on a 2-hour time limit, for 3,900 yen, and all-you-can-drink for 2,500 yen (per person/tax included). You can enjoy many kinds of churrasco and Brazilian dishes to your heart's content, so it's recommended to all, whether you want to try a little of everything, to get your fill of your favorite dish!

The 10+ kinds of churrasco are all cut right after being grilled

The 10+ kinds of churrasco are all cut right after being grilled
Lean meat "Picanha" from the cow's lower back

There are more than 10 types of churrasco, and, as soon as they are roasted, the staff will go around to each table, and carve them on the spot. The most popular is the lean meat called "Picanha," cut from the lower back of the cow. At a Japanese yakiniku restaurant, it's the part called "Ichibo."

As the knife cuts through the crispy browned meat, you will see the tender lean meat! This lean dish will leave you wanting for more without guilt.

Garlic Steak

The Garlic Steaks' gentle scent of garlic will tickle your senses and stimulate your appetite.

The thicker cut is served in a quantity that could be for the main course! This dish will be an even bigger bang for your buck, in the all-you-can-eat.


Not only the grilled meat, but also the churrasco sausages are a sight to behold. This is a Brazilian sausage called "Linguica."

The thick meat is juicy and flavorful.

Grilled Pineapple

One of the most popular churrasco dishes is the grilled pineapple, recommended to be enjoyed between meat orders. The fruit is baked in homemade cinnamon sauce.

This amazing dish is mildly sour and irresistibly sweet. Eating it as an intermission between meats will cleanse your palate, and increase the flavor of the meal. You can also enjoy this churrasco as a dessert.

Vinaigrette Salsa

We recommend using the restaurant's vinaigrette salsa to enjoy churrasco. It's a sour sauce with chopped onions and tomatoes, which will add a refreshing flavor to the meat. It goes particularly well with lean meat.

Also, the seasoning called "mandioca" is a must-try addition to the churrasco. It's made from cassava and it doesn't bring a strong flavor in itself, but it absorbs the fat and juices of the meat, changing its texture. It's one of those things that you won't be able to do without once you try it.

Find many Brazilian dishes in the all-you-can-eat course

Find many Brazilian dishes in the all-you-can-eat course
One of the many dishes you can choose among, in the all-you-can-eat menu

The-all-you-can-eat tailored course includes salads and Brazilian-style fried food dishes, the homemade dish Pão de Queijo, the Feijoada, a popular rice dish, and homemade dessert. While you enjoy these dishes, the freshly baked churrasco will steadily be coming to your table.

Brazil is known as a melting pot, with many communities immigrated from all over the world. For this reason, lots of Brazilian food fused with many other nations', and at Que Bom, you will also find foods like pasta and sushi.


Pastel is a typical Brazilian fried pie. The tear-shaped Coxinha is another classic snack in Brazil. It's a chicken croquette with chicken bites inside. The deep-fried cassava, mandioca, is flavorful and has great texture.

Beterraba and Palmit

The restaurant's salad is also rich with typical Brazilian ingredients. The Brazilian Beterraba are beats of a bright, red color. The white garnish is palmito, a pickled palm sprout. The texture is like that of bamboo sprouts, and it's a rarely found treat in Japan.


The feijoada is a beans-over-rice dish with black beans, salted meat and sausages. The salted meat can be beef or pork (sometimes also tails and ears). This dish can be enjoyed as is with its rich flavor, without adding any seasoning.

The feijoada is served with its best companion, farofa, another staple of Brazilian food made by stir-frying grain flour with bacon and onions. Plus, you will find a plethora of other Brazilian gourmet dishes.

Outstanding measures against coronavirus

Outstanding measures against coronavirus
Entrance of Que Bom

Que Bom is located 8 minutes on foot from Asakusa Station, on the Toei Asakusa Line, and 3 minutes on foot from Tawaramachi Station on the Tokyo Metro line. Look for the green and yellow eaves on the corner of the building, and the A sign.

Measures for the prevention of COVID-19 are in place. Alcohol disinfectants are available in the store, and the premises are ventilated.

In addition to eliminating the buffet-style dining, the seating arrangements have been adjusted to allow for plenty of space between tables. Enjoy your all-you-can-eat and all-you-can-drink safely, and to your heart's content.

More than 10 types of churrasco and a variety of Brazilian dishes are waiting for you at Que Bom! You will find traditional dishes, as well as food unique to the restaurant. For those who want to eat and drink a lot, we recommend the 2-hour all-you-can-drink for 2,500 yen.

All-you-can-eat churrasco and Brazilian cuisine to enjoy while in Asakusa. Please come visit!

  • Que bom !
    Que bom !
    • Address B1,2-15-13, Nishiasakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo, 111-0035
    • Nearest Station Tawaramachi Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line)
    • Phone Number 03-5826-1538

Written by Naho Jishikyu

*This information is from the time of this article's publication.
*Prices and options mentioned are subject to change.
*Unless stated otherwise, all prices include tax.

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