Located in the heart of Camden Town, Made In Brasil aims to bring the best of Brasilian and Latino culture, food, drink and music to London. The vibrant interior of Made In Brasil captures the spirit of a Brasilian beach party with natural warm colours, typical décor, unfinished driftwood tables and chairs and floor to ceiling shuttered windows at the back with Copacabana Beach Bar on ground floor that is perfect for private hire.
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I went to Made in Brasil to look for a unique shot of liquor, the bartender was very friendly and got it to me promptly, I ordered Espetinho de camarao (Rosemary prawn skewers wrapped in parma ham £5.95) from the restaurant and it was interestingly good. My only two criticism's is that it took a while to get the food and one waitress was a little bit rude. But definitely good place for a...more
I have been to Made in Brasil for the first time in April this year and I can tell this is a worthy place to visit in Camden! Probably one of the best Brazilian restaurants in London. From the music to the Deco, every details remind Brazil without being cliché.
As a Brazilian living in the Uk for one year now I DO miss my food. So it was really nice to try the restaurant's Tapas deal, that...more
Camden, for all its faults, is home to a few of my favourite restaurants in London, shame I just refuse to come here that often to visit them. Camden skeeves me out, okay?!
But Made in Brasil is definitely worth a visit, especially if you have your own authentic Brazilian to tell you about the food ;-)
I'm pretty sure Brazilian food was invented with me in mind; cheesy bread balls,...more
I had only ever been to Made in Brasil for a cheeky post movie cocktail (after a session at the Camden Odeon around the corner). At night time this place is full of people (mind you the bar is very small so it is easy to fill). Free pour drinks (expensive but you get more for your money) and fancy looking and tasting cocktails is what this place has going for it! Yesterday I went for lunch (5...more
Made in Brasil became one random Tequila Tuesday stop one week as my friends and I found ourselves in the Camden area desperate for a good dinner and options for our tequila adventures. Though it wasn't traditional, it certainly was an amazing experience.
- Beautiful music serenaded us, live, from near the entrance, as we feasted on Brazilian tapas.
- Rich flavors are the modus operandi for...more