I love Moqueca. I food is always surprising in it's authenticity and satisfaction. I keep forgetting how much is truly enjoy the night here
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The place is in a good spot for walking the food off by the marina. The food was delicious, and tasted like it was very Hi in Calories. I
Absolutely delightful clay pots of seafood with tantalizing sauces. Service is friendly and the location overlooks a portion of the Channel Islands Harbor. This is one of the better places to dine in Oxnard, and it could very well be the best. Recommended!
We were looking for a place in Oxnard for my wife's birthday party, so we decided to sample their menu a week before. We ordered the Moqueca de Peixe which was cod fish with a sauce cooked in a clay pot with lime and olive...More
What a good first experience with Brazilian food! We have talked about this meal a few times since our visit. We want it again, repeatedly! Meal: -Chicken Stroganoff in a heavy cream sauce with tomatoes, mushrooms, olives, onions, shoestring potato chips, & white rice. -Grilled...More
They have brazilian food but it is not rodizio style. You can find good latino flavors, good drinks, etc Prices are higher than normal but dishes sizes are ok to share I would recommend for couples or grown ups, not too much kid friendly.
Love the Moqueca. I am often chilled after a day out on the water and this Brazillian stew warms me up.
Three people out for a birthday dinner - $130, including tip. Since it was our first visit, we tried 2 appetizers and several sides. Would not get the yucca fries again, but everything else was delicious. The cheese ravioli was made with very sharp cheese....More
We happened across this place last spring and it was delightful then. So knowing we would be somewhat in the area again, we drove an hour to enjoy another dinner here last night. It was even better! So flavorful. So nourishing! Love, love, love! Robert...More
We stopped for lunch on Friday February 24. We had no idea what to expect. We ordered from the lunch menu. I had the Moquequinha described as your choice of fish, shrimp, or lobster cooked in a clay pot w/onions, tomatoes, olive oil, cilantro, urucum...More