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Posted by James -The Corcoran group on 04/02/2006
I live in the neighborhood and didn't realize what a great place we have-probably since it is just off the corner of 2nd Ave I never saw it. Anyway, the food was absolutely delcious and the service from the waitress whom I suspect might be part owner cause she treated us like she really cared! I will definitely be going back for more! Everything was great! They also have great wines along w/regular drinks and the special Brazilian concoctions.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/13/2006
We love the food at this cozy Brazilian restaurant, especially the feijoada and deserts. The service is outstanding. Highly recommended!
Posted by Hamilton on 12/31/2005
I love everything about this restaurant, you can't find a better place to eat in New York. I had chicken with okra and my wife had carne cozida. What a delicious dish, worth every penny we've paid for it. We've got all the help we needed to order our food from the owner herself Tania, she is great! We give full 5 stars to Zebu Grill Restaurant.
Posted by John on 10/13/2005
Held a dinner for 60 friends there... we took over the entire restaurant. I had not been there before (my daughter had) and I give it the highest rating in everything, food was excellent, service superb and remember we were about 60. Worth trying!
Posted by Anonymous on 10/07/2005
We love it here. The service is so friendly. The atmosphere is very charming and cozy and the food is great. I love the Zebu salad and the Carne Cozida.
Posted by Tatiana on 09/09/2005
I'm from Brazil and I found this cosi Brazilian restaurant an amazing place! Great food (specially "feijoada", Brazil's most popular dish), really nice people and a very good value. I just thought it should look less french...
Posted by Anonymous on 07/18/2005
Went here over the weekend and although the service was great the food could use some improvement. I recommend the the carne cozada, the moranga was good in a different sort of way. The portions aren't too big so order appetizers. Be willing to try something out of the ordinary..some of the food seems to be cooked with butter and tastes a bit bland in some way. They did have some cool martinis and good bruchetta but if you want more you have to pay.