For a fun night out in Mayfair, Comida Bar and Restaurant is an established Brazilian restaurant serving gourmet salads, all-you-can-eat barbecued meats and killer cocktails. Located on South Molton Street, Comida has a loyal following amongst the capital's carnivores and tourists, and the restaurant is an ideal venue for dates, parties and celebrations. Gaucho waiters serve succulent slow-roasted skewers of beef, lamb, pork and chicken, and diners can elect to show a green or red disk on their tables to halt or encourage the delivery of more meat. With its wooden walls and copper ceiling, Comida is atmospheric and a firm fixture on the London dining scene. Don't miss the Arette Blanco tequila Margaritas.
£25 and under
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
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
My wife and I went there on a Sunday evening for coffee. The owner and waitress were so rude and they eventually said they would not be able to serve us coffee after we were seated at the table for 10 min. This is because it was dinner time and they preferred we have dinner. At least they could have told us before we sat down or been apologetic about it. No, the owner was rude and turned...more
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
Churrasqueria is the name you give to a place that specializes in meat cuts, Argentinean style, and it's by all means the best way to eat meat. I guess it's my Latin-American spirit talking, but truly if you find a good churrasqueria you have to share the love. This place though is not that place. The food was ok, and the service as well. But my guess is that because its so close to Oxford...more