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Brasilina Restaurant & Cafe
Posted by Marc on 02/23/2013
This place looked so great, but: 1) waaaay under-staffed and the waiter couldn't even open a bottle of wine (I had to do it for him, no kidding) 2) the place was so dark that we had to use our iPhones' light to read the menu 3) my main course, ordered rare, was cooked to a crisp. They re-did it but by then everything else was cold 4) the place was over-the-top noisy, made noisier by the two hostesses who did nothing at all 5) they had no idea what to do with an OpenTable check What a disappointment. Flee!
Posted by Anonymous on 10/06/2012
I am from brazil and i really surprise And happy for this new real place for good brazilian food
Posted by Janis cravens on 02/15/2012
Food extremely expensive and not good. Had a black bean appetizer when it came was no more than watered down black bean soup in small cup for $9. Total rip off and said it came w yucca fries. It did but 1 fry. The shrimp empanamas consisted of 2 which were nothing but dough and 1 1/2 shrimp each. This was 10$. Prediction unless food is better value it will soon close. Oh, waitress brings out bland chips when you are seated and then wants to take them away.
Posted by Bpk on 02/13/2012
went there with a friend after a show. It was recommended by a bartender where we had a few drinks. The food was wonderful, met the chief, service was right on. Dinner for both of us with a bottle of wine was about a 100 bucks but it was well worth it. Can't wait till I get back up to the city to stop by again.
Posted by Tom J. on 01/13/2012
I was amazed about the atmosphere at Brasilina. This Hell's Kitchen brazilian restaurant has all the ingredients to make people have a good time. The food was tasty and portions were more than enough. We sipped caipirinhas that were delicious and one friend had cocktails that we also tried that were yummy! The decor is exactly what we needed in the neighborhood - vintage, modern yet cozy and fancy. The service needs to improve a little but I am sure it will. I will definitely be coming back.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/09/2012
The food is ok, It is true Brazilian food, just not the famous feijoada or churrasco. Again, the food is ok, the service is lacking, and very pricey! I went with 2 other friends, we all had 1 appetizer and 1 main, 2 drinks, and our bill was over $200,00
Posted by Dan on 12/24/2011
Brasilina is definitely a true picture of Sao Paulo - Brazil. The trendy decor, mixology drinks...Special caipirinhas and great food! The music and atmosphere reminds a lot Sao Paulo's sophisticated night life...