Feira Central, Campo Grande

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  • Typical location and that makes contact with the cuisine and culture of Ms. has many food stalls, clothing, decorations and the like, various prices and options. Most of the food stalls are Japanese, and offer soba, chicken CHOW Mein and other typical dishes. Some tents are pretty crappy, others are very good, you will luck huh. A tip is to park the vehicle in the parking lot of the fair is only $4, around will always be more expensive and less safe. I particularly like the tents of Indian clothes and handicrafts, is always to good and cheap over there. In General, it is a good tourist spot and worth. It is well located, there is a few minutes from the Centre.
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  • Place which concentrates several restaurants, snack bars, shops of all kinds of products. The fair is divided into food and other shops. There you will find various dishes of Brazilian cuisine, Chinese and Japanese. Several boxes with products such as cheese, pepper, candy and even vegetables and vegetables.
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  • Where you can find handicrafts, souvenirs and many restaurants to make a meal. I love the soba Taira tent. Very yummy!
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  • A Feira Central, ou simplesmente "Feirona", é um mercado público com restaurantes e lojinhas com itens de decoração, eletrônicos, dentre outros. Lá, é possível saborear o prato que é patrimônio histórico-cultural da cidade: o Sobá, comida de origem okinawana (Região de Okinawa, Japão). Além disto, é possível encontrar salgados, espetos, pastéis, batata assada, sushi e muito mais. Na sua vinda a Campo Grande, não deixe de vir. É imperdível!
  • Two words: sobá and espetinho. The first is a type of noodles from Okinawa, Japan. The second, a skewer with bits of broiled beef. Both served in a very informal atmosphere.
  • Preços caros. Mas muita variedade
  • Ponto turístico-gastronômico de campo grande
  • Muito bom para passear e comer.