Cabana is Brasilian barbecue at its best, succulent skewers cooked over our open fire pit accompanied by street foods and sides all seasoned to perfection. Vibrant settings that showcase the things we love about modern Brasil. And an atmosphere designed to capture that refreshing Brasilian spirit ‘tudo bem’, meaning, ‘everything’s good.
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7 Central St Giles PlazaLondonWC2H 8AD
- +44 (0)20 8536 2650
This restaurant has the worst service I have seen my whole life. And I have been to some pretty bad restaurants. We came in and asked the servers if we could get our food within 45 minutes. They said that that would be easy. We proceeded to sit down at a table that was very rickety. We ordered our food and waited. In around 10 minutes we received the starters that I saw waiting on the kitchen...more
This was as an ok restaurant. The staff is quite too relaxed though and the food was not exactly hot. My corn on the cob was cold.more
We went to this place with a big group including a few Brasilian friends, who wanted to introduce us to their cuisine. I'll drop the bomb right away: It didn't seem authentic to anybody and the Brasilians didn't feel very proud of the flavours that were delivered.
Positives: The interior looks amazing - very spacious, light, and colourful. They serve meet on huuuge skewers that they...more
I usually dislike chain restaurants. I try to avoid them. I know there are several other Cabana restaurants around London, so this was never really a place I wanted to go. However, it was included on a deal with theatre tickets, so me and three friends came here for dinner before a show.
The menu for this is quite limited. I wasn't really surprised given the cost of the deal. I mean for £24...more
Looking at the starter of pulled pork sliders reminded me of why I am not a fan of chain restaurants. I dined at cabana as part of a theatre and dinner package so did not choose the venue.
Not only were the sliders unappetising lumps of undercooked dough balls, they were presented in such a haphazard way as if they had been thrown onto the plate after the waiter had kicked them around like...more