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Comida

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2 out of 5 Based on 8 reviews

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Comida

Address
43 South Molton Street,Marylebone,London W1K 5RX,UK
W1K 5RX
Telephone:
+44 20 7495 1177

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2 out of 5 based on 8 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Comida

4.0 out of 5 28 December 2011
by Chris G.

Tracing back to my Brazilian roots (born and raised - 10 years in Rio and São Paulo), I hold very high standards for real Brazilian churrasco...

... and honestly, this place is pretty damn good. But I also somewhat regard it as Fogo de Chão's naive younger cousin. It has that authentic Brazilian backbone, but still needs a little bit of work on some of those finer details in bringing it to...more

1.0 out of 5 19 October 2010
by Tyn R.

I had high hopes for this place. I regret to have had ignored my instincts to run out the door once I took my seat. The atmosphere was unpleasant, eerie, and cold. The staff didn't seem very welcoming either. Even the couple who sat down close by had walked out 5 mins later! Yet I thought, "C'mon, give it a chance". I was foolish.

The menus were broken and confusing to follow. After asking...more

4.0 out of 5 7 April 2010
by maraemilia

Vicinissimo alla fermata del bus di Selfridge, in una viuzza tranquilla di negozi, punto di partenza ideale per una passeggiata digestiva in Mayfair.

Menù cena a prezzo fisso di 22.50 sterline (attenzione: i prezzi esposti non comprendono le tasse e la solita mancia obbligatoria!): carne a volontà di tutti i tipi (maiale, agnello, pollo, manzo) allo spiedo, cucinata davanti a voi (a volte un...more

4.0 out of 5 24 March 2009
by almostwitty

A new Brazilian buffet bar where you get the fixings, but various slabs of meat are brought to you fresh off the grill, and sliced onto your plate. Guaranteed a huge amount of meat in a place that's certainly friendlier than your average serve-yourself buffet.

The staff seemed frosty at first but gradually warmed up as the evening went on.

Highly recommended for carnivores with an appetitemore

1.0 out of 5 28 February 2009
by Justin L.

It was so noisy - I mean, music bumping from the club downstairs at 7PM - we could barely hear each other talk, and left before ordering. If you value your eardrums as much as your tastebuds, pursue other Brazilian options.more

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