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Posted by Anonymous on 06/04/2007
My whole table enjoyed the food at Casa- and my Brazilian partner felt like he could have been at a restaurant near his home in Sao Paulo. I could have eaten plates of the couve- so garlicky and good. And the pao de quiejo is a must no matter what. Good Brazilian food is rare in NYC and Casa is one of the few places to get it. We'll definitely be back!
Posted by JM on 04/24/2007
I took my mother here before we went out to a show one Saturday. We got a reservation at 6pm and sat down immediately. We had the calamari for appetizers with some great wine from Chile. Then for our main courses, my mom had the chicken/rice and I had the fish/rice. The fried bananas were great on the side and the beans they served with the meal were flavored well. I don't know much about Brazilian food, but this food felt like a home-cooked meal. It hit the spot, filled us up, and made us want to kick back and relax. Wish we could've eaten dessert but maybe next time. I'd go back for sure. It'd be fine for dinner with friends or a date, but probably moreso a laidback meal in a clean home-like environment. I recommend it.
Posted by Tommy on 02/21/2007
We just came back from "casa", we had a great meal I didn t have such a nice meal out in a long time.. the caipirina were perfect.. the service attentive, the only not nice detail was the service charge,they added the 20 % gratuity on a party of 5, we would have take care of the waitress any way... overall a recommended restaurant..
Posted by Latte on 09/15/2006
Casa is the smaller than the size of a public school's kindergarten classroom. Casa's dishes are exotic and extra special in their own way. I recommend the feijoada dish or the "national Brazillian" dish. It's a seafood mixture served in a ceramic pot (keeping it insulated at all times) with rice, and an extra hot jalepeno sauce. The price is reasonalbe ..about $30/person but you get your money's worth as far as quantity and quality of the dishes...except the appetizers, which are the biggest teases. Because of the intimate size, the noise factor is a problem. At times, it could be noisy mostly after 6pm (but who eats before then, anyway?)
Posted by Eduardo on 08/28/2006
I went there a few times and enjoyed all of them. The food is excellent, the atmosphere is laid-back and inviting, and the staff is attentive. There are many interesting options in the menu, making you want to come back to try all. Good for a romantic dinner. I definately recommend it.
Posted by Brasiliero on 08/28/2006
This is place has great food and amazing caipirinhas. I had the stronganoff de frango. The quality of the food is great, and that's probably why the prices are high. I would recommend it being Brazilian. Real good Brazilian food, with steep American prices!
Posted by Peter on 04/20/2006
The food was absolutely marvelous. Home cooking with a tropical flair! The decor was great as were the passion fruit caipirinhas. However, the service was not impeccable. One waitress in particular was extremely rude. Never imagined service at a Brazilian restaurant could be sooo unfriendly. Definitely recommend the place, just hope nobody gets the waitress our group had.