The Best Brazilian Food and Drink in London

Got World Cup fever but couldn't afford the plane ride / get time off work. Don’t sweat it, BarChick’s bringing the best of Brazil to you baby, and right here on your London door step. Caipirinhas. grilled meats and all the games thrown in for good measure… score!

Spiritual Bar

This divey / hipster bar is the ultimate Brazilian hang out. Tucked away in Camden, it’s a good escape from the masses of goths and punks that roam the streets. Draw on the walls, hit the Caipirinhas and tuck in to the amazing Brazilian food. It’s like a Brazilian house party in here and everyone’s welcome!

4-6 Ferdinand Street, London, NW1 8ER

Made in Brasil

Step in here and you step right out of Camden and straight into Brazil (you’ll need more than a few Caipirinhas to fall for this). Bikinis welcome because in here it’s one helluva beach party. Showing every match get down here and shake ya booty with the carnival dancers…yes please!

12 Inverness Street, London, NW1 7HJ

The Cow

Usually famous for Guinness and oysters, these guys are jumping on The World Cup bandwagon and serving up a Brazilian feast. In honour of their Brazilian head chef, delicious Brazilian dishes like the traditional fejioada (a hearty  pork stew) will be on offer throughout the games, so head on down for a few Caipirinhas and cheer on your team.

89 Westbourne Park Road, London, W2 5QH 

The Barrios

We’re huge fans of these psychedelic Latino play grounds, and they are where we’ll be getting our Caipirinha fix during the footie (especially during Amigo Hour, 4-8pm when they’re only £4.50). These guys are football heads (obviously), check out which of their venues will be showing which matches… handy right? So whether you’re North, Central or East, come and play.

Barrio North – Islington, London, N1 // Barrio Central – Soho, London, W1 // Barrio East – Shoreditch, E1

The Grill from Ipanema

Setting up in Covent Garden Piazza on the 28th June you’ll find London’s take on a Brazilian beach (minus the hot stuff, bikini clad locals). Sand, palm trees, Brazilian food – it’s all happening, as well as samba dancers, frescoball tournaments and a whole load of Brazilian culture. Cocoface will be bringing the coconuts and Frescoball the Caipirinhas and Batidas, and Brazilian food will be cooked up in a multi-coloured corrugated iron shack. It’s a party!

Covent Garden’s Piazza

Boteco Brasil Soho

Set to be the home of Brazilian culture, cocktails and food in London during The World Cup, this is the ultimate place to get in on all the football action. Book tickets for brunch or dinner, hit the Brazilian cocktails and cheer on your team. Welcome to the real Brazil without the plane journey. TICKETS HERE

Cocobananas

Hidden above Bunga Bunga, Cocobananas is going bananas for The World Cup. They’ll be showing all The World Cup games (except those on Friday and Saturday evenings because they’ve got bigger fish to fry), and throwing a non-stop Latin American beach party… awesome! £5 on the door and £20 if you want to get involved in the Brazilian street food buffet and frozen cocktails before kick-off. Brazilian drinks and Brazilian beats… see you there!

101 Howie Street, London, SW11 3BA

Floridita

So you’re not going to get a truly authentic Brazilian experience in here, but you will have some fun, and you will get hot and sweaty on the dance floor. Catch the games on three big screens and hit the Latin-American inspired cocktails, whichever team is playing their cocktail will be half price. Goal!

100 Wardour Street, London, W1F 0TN

The Good Life Eatery 

Want to kick start your day the Brazilian way? Head here for the Acai Breakfast Bowl with granola, raw Brazilian acai (nicknamed the beauty berry in Brazil for its health properties), Brazil nuts, strawberry and banana, fruit, bee pollen and toasted coconut.

59 Sloane Avenue, London, SW3 3DH 

Floripa

Coverage of all Brazil and England matches, as well as some hot samba dancers thrown in and live music to get the party started. Head here for World Cup fun and Caipirinhas by the bucket load and sharing platters to keep you on your feet.

91-93 Great Eastern Street, London, EC2A 3HZ

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