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Posted by Anonymous on 01/09/2013
We had an early dinner after a day of doctors appointments. The service was fantastic and we enjoyed the food very much! It was a good find, and we will likely return the next time we are in the city!
Posted by Neighborhood explorer on 10/25/2012
I had the shrimp with coconut dish, which smelled delicious but had no flavor. The dish was very salty. There was nothing exceptional about the food and my bland shrimp with rice and spinach were not worth $25. I live in the neighborhood I would not go back.
Posted by Bellale on 04/27/2012
Posted by Richard on 05/18/2011
With so many delivery options in NY, why order from a restaurant that can't get it right. Suffice it to say it took a looooong time to arrive, we were given different answers each time we called (he already left, he's leaving now, he left 10 minutes ago, he left five minutes ago) and the food was ice cold when it finally arrived. Maybe the restaurant is better but don't bother with delivery.
Posted by Manhattanite on 10/03/2010
A charming neighborhood restaurant. I've traveled a lot to Brazil and the food is very good, BUT overpriced. Uneven service, we were served by three different people. We had to ask for the $25.95 prix fixe menu, not brought automatically. Otherwise, entrees are about $25.00 average. We had two caipirinhas at $7. (early bird) Two Sauvignon Blancs (the only early bird white wine is Vinho Verde) for $10.00 each, and two prix-fixes. Our total after tax was $93.52. A couple next to us asked about white wines and were never even mentioned the Vinho Verde early bird for $6.00. I have mixed feelings whether or not to return.
Posted by braziliangirl on 10/02/2010
I'm brazilian and just recently found out this place when a gf ordered dinner there. After that, I've ordered 3 times already... love it. They really cook like in my country (great seazoning) and even it was delivered, I enjoyed very much everything. Small portions and overpriced, but while I don't go to Brazil, it's good to be able to enjoy the brazilian flavors in NYC. My american bf also loved the food.
Posted by Tam on 08/09/2010
Way overpriced and food quality isn't the same. Churrasco was burnt - meat was ok, but the chicken tasted like leather and had to eat it with a side of vinegrette, which at $6, was frickin' ridiculous. Rice and beans were average, nothing special. It's a good think I wasn't very hungry when I went, as the portions were fit for a "queen". There are so many better restuarants in the area for better value, that Zebu is worth taking a pass.