If you want your Brazilian restaurant in London to come with a side order of bohemian vibes and hedonistic partying, Floripa has your back. You'll tuck into whole beef picanha, pork belly and linguiça sausage, before heading to the beach bar or dancing to DJs come the weekend.
Brazilian Restaurants In London
Ah, Brazil; the land of carnivals, juicy steaks, warming stews, boozy caipirinhas and fresh seafood. Whether you're on the hunt for a vibrant venue to party at after your meal, or an authentic dining experience, there's a little something for everyone. We've rounded up the best Brazilian restaurants in London, so you can get a taste of the mouthwatering fare this country has to offer.
Head to Clapham High Street and you'll uncover tropical hideaway, Tropix. While it doesn't only serve Brazilian food, its menu of small plates and mains includes tasty chargrilled lamb cutlets marinated in lemon, pepper and mint. To follow? A reggaeton nightclub for dancing 'til the early hours.
Tupi offers up some of the best Brazilian restaurants in London, with locations including Peckham, Croydon's BOXPARK and Elephant and Castle. From bottomless brunch to steak sarnies and a whole mix grill, there's a little something for every time of day or occasion on this South American fusion menu.
If you've found yourself feeling peckish in Covent Garden, this branch of Cabana Brasil is just the place. Whipping up vibrant Rio street food, spicy Malagueta chicken, blackened cod and heady caipirinhas to accompany, there's a boozy feast in store.
While it covers the whole of Latin America on its food and drink menu, Las Iguanas boasts an array of Brazilian mains, including Bahia coconut chicken and shellfish or veggie moqueca (stew). Topping it off? Affordable cocktails and panoramic views of Olympic Stadium.