Menuspring Blog   |   London’s best Brazilian restaurant, as voted for by Brazilians…

London’s best Brazilian restaurant, as voted for by Brazilians…

With Rio Carnival just around the corner, we think it’s a great time to check out London’s Brazilian restos by asking London-based Brazilans “where shall we head?” in our global survey..

Taking almost a quarter of the votes with 22% was Rodizio Rico

restaurant blog london food blog london ethnic food survey

“It’s relatively close to the “home” equivalents – not the case for restaurantes of other types of Brazilian food” - “The Brazilian barbecue (rodizio) and traditional sides”

Rodizio Preto came a close second with 16%, people voted for the restaurant due to…

“Dish and price” - “Ambience and food”

Barraco Cafe followed closely behind with 14% of votes:

“Food tastes very similar to the ones we have in Brazil” - “The atmosphere and the foods remind me of Rio de Janeiro, my hometown. The food is not sophisticated but it is good”

Guanabara Restaurant was also popular with 11% of votes

restaurant blog london food blog london ethnic food survey

“We go for the Brazilian atmosphere and music, especially during Carnaval! And the food there is good and Brazilian, but again a club/bar”

Also recommended by Brazilians was:

Favela Chic“Has some nice dishes, but it’s far and it’s more of a club/bar”

Floripa“Food and music – It´s a relly nice place to invite friends, as they play good music, serve delicious food and people are very friendly”

Made in BrazilAmbiance, caipirinhas and live music”

Raizes - A stall in duke of York square that sells feijoada

Café Brazil“But it is just when you are desperate to eat feijoada….Again nothing that represents our country decently…”

Cafe Rio: “It is a simple place with home made food. It is special because you feel you are in Brazil”

Canelafor homemade food”

Comida

But there’s sometimes no substitute for a home cooked meal:

One respondent said: “My house. London does not have a truly good Brazilian restaurant, so I cook at home. There are two good options (not awesome though): 1) Guanabara (they have very good snacks but hot dishes are only ok); 2) there is a very small Brazilian restaurant close to Bayswater station, it is really small, the owners only speak Portuguese, I do not even know the restaurant name. It is located inside a shopping mall close by Bayswater station.”

Help us find his hidden gem! Please e-mail us if you know this place.

And another all always make a homemade meal when they miss home: ”There isn’t one, we will cook something ourselves….the dish!! Feijoada, churrasco, pao de queijo, coxinha…

.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *