Posts Tagged 'Restaurants in London'

Peru Is Flavour Of The Month

Peruvian food has not-so-secretly been positioning itself as the cuisine of choice over the past couple of years. Of course, this is no devious plan from Peru itself, more a realisation from everyone else that they actually have some great

Rodizio Preto

Rodizio Preto is the best restaurant of its kind in London serving good quality barbecued meats and other traditional Brazilian dishes at very reasonable prices. Friendly service and lively atmosphere. This is the closest you will get to the real

Benito’s Hat

Finding fast and delicious Mexican food in central London may seem like mission impossible: but not so for diners at Benito’s Hat.

Meson Don Felipe

Meson Don Felipe, opened in 1987 on The Cut near Waterloo Station, was one of the first restaurants I visited in London nearly twenty years ago, and is one of the few I keep returning to after all these years.

Raízes Brazilian Restaurant

Raízes is a Brazilian restaurant and petiscos (tapas) bar in London’s East End. This lively Brazilian venue attracts a loyal crowd for its honest, homemade-style Brazilian dishes and well priced caipirinhas.

Perfect Parrilla in East London

Having lived in Brazil for most of my teenage years, I was lucky enough to have experienced the many churrascaria and rodizio restaurants of the land. The flipside is that, in the UK, a steak house will need to be

Where to watch the World Cup

As this year’s World Cup builds arrives this June we’ve put together a rather handy lowdown of the best places to enjoy all the action from the Brazil matches, and all the venues and parties with Latin American connections or