Made in Brasil information

Made in Brasil offers a delicious selection of Brazilian dishes from their kitchen.

Ranked #174 of 5241 restaurants in London
"Made in Brasil is a colourful and exciting restaurant, designed to bring the best of Brazilian and Latino culture, food, drink and music to the streets of London. The vibrant décor and extensive menu takes you on a journey through the streets of Brasil, making this venue a perfect for all celebrations."

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Opening Hours

11:00 - 01:00


11:00 - 01:00


11:00 - 01:00


11:00 - 01:00


11:00 - 02:00


11:00 - 02:00


11:00 - 01:00

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Made in Brasil reviews

By Andrew M.

We were after something different, so my wife and I went to Made in Brasil a few weeks ago. The food was superb and the atmosphere was lovely and relaxing, but not too quiet.

Made in Brasil surpassed my expectations.

By Andrew M.

I had the worst night out of my life at Made in Brasil for 3 reasons....
1. Cramped and overpriced (well this is london I suppose).
2. Keeping parrots in a pub/bar? Whats that all about? Call the RSPCA!
3. My girlfriend was assaulted viciously by a 6ft5 MALE customer. The bouncer was not there to protect her. He failed in his duty.

By Timea C.

“Great atmosphere!”My friends and I went to try out the restaurant as it looked really nice from outside. The inside looked even better! Great colors, light and at night the music as amazing . The food was incredible as well. We tried the nice and soft Pao de queijo-mini cheese breads, Espetinho de vegetais e queijo- vegetable and halloumi skewers and Coxinha-Chicken pastries AMAZING! Not to mention the drinks. I have tried the chilly raspberry caipirinha, it is very tasty. The staff was very helpful, they explained everything to us as it was out first time we tried brazilian food.It was our first time at Made in Brasil, but we definitely will go again!

By Veronica G.

A friend and I spotted mice while dining downstairs. When we complained, the waitress just said "we are in London" and she laughed. I know we are in London but seeing mice in a restaurant is unacceptable. Avoid this place if you don't want to catch a disease.

Reply From Made in Brasil

Dear Veronica,
We are truly sorry about your experience spotting a mouse in Made In Brasil while visiting. We have regular monthly visits from the Rentokill Company (pest control) trying to keep our standards up to the highest point.
Unfortunately our waitress didn't have the best reply to your complain and we are sorry for that. The display in the area downstairs has access from outside and is separated by the window doors from the restaurant and is used only for this purpose and is it closed at all times.
We have raised the issue with Rentokill and we planned to isolate the area from outside in a better way.
We are once again truly sorry for your bad experience.
Made In Brasil Management

By Amanda P.

we had our work christmas dinner here last week and it was fantastic! the food was really good (especially since there were 15 of us), the staff were all very helpful and friendly and there was a live bank later on in the evening. Fabulous place that i would go back to again.

By Ray N.

I went there on a Saturday night to celebrate my birthday with some friends and we had a great time. The food was great at reasonable prices. They made a real effort with the party banners and balloons. I would recommend this venue to anyone - lovely place.

By Daniel G.

I have heard a lot of good things about this place and it certainly lives up to expectations!

I didnt get a chance to try the food but the cocktails were brilliant!

The staff are all very sociable, which definitely makes a nice change for Camden!

The place has a lovely chilled out atmosphere...well worth checking out!

By J M.

I went to check out Made in Brasil last night, What a venue!! The cocktails are the best i have tasted, and the atmosphere is great! definitely one to go to in Camden!

By Scott F.

id heard mixed reviews about this place so i thought id check it oput myself and was really impressed,

food ,atmosphereand service were really 1st class.

we went on a saturday and stayed around for a few drinks after dinner,had some really great caparinhas.

well be back

By Baba O.

fantastic camden nightspot,always lively and vibrant.

its great for early evening cocktails or for late night dancing,there is also a restaurant selling fantastic brasilian fusion cuisine

By Nathan W.

I love this place. I heartily recommended it to anyone, except people I don't like. It really does feel like you're somewhere much more exotic than Camden. Well worth a visit.

By T.

Made in Brasil is one hell of a hedonistic place! The people are so gorgeous. Both the punters and the staff are so up for a party! The caipirinhas are strong and meaningful - so meaningful that after four of them, I was doing the samba even though I had never done it before in my life! I had the wicked chilli pomodoro caipirinha and the passionfruit caipirinha together with the classics.

The service level was excellent and the food is modern Brazilian tapas and a la carte which me and my friends devoured. I party a lot, but Made in Brasil is one place with no comparison!

By J.

My partner and I had a great night at Made in Brasil. The food was lovely and the staff are always friendly and helpful. It may be a little overpriced but where isn't in London? We continuously return to Made In Brazil for these reasons.

By A.

Is the food served in Made in Brazil meant to be brazilian food? Absolute rubbish and ridiculously overpriced. There were also tramps wandering in and out of the restaurant asking for change! Unbelievable.

By Sophie C.

A vibrant hub of sizzling Brazilian and Latino food, music, drink and culture, Made In Brasil is a charming, authentic restaurant and bar that attracts people from all around London who escape to this little centre of holiday heaven in the eclectic heart of Camden. A slight case of style over substance, but a charismatic bar and restaurant nonetheless.

The Venue
Bright, colourful and a little bit crowded, the restaurant is everything you could hope for when looking for a bona fide Brazilian joint. Its bright yellow exterior with a lime green mounted carving of Christ the Redeemer ensures you can’t miss Made In Brasil if you tried. Downstairs offers private dining for parties with a Copacabana Beach Bar, and upstairs exposed brick walls, bright pictures and roughly finished tables bring that little bit of easy Brazilian charm to London. This relaxed approach extends to the menu (complete with typos) but it does add to the feeling that this is quite the authentic bar and eatery.

The Atmosphere
Warm, friendly and informal, Made In Brasil encapsulates the spirit of the country. Live bands manage somehow to squeeze themselves next to the bar and play salsa beats and Latino songs as you drink and dine, bringing further culture to the restaurant. If conversation is your aim, however, this may prove difficult, as you’ll find yourselves shouting to each other over the music to get yourself heard - though this certainly doesn’t seem to bother the customers too much.

The Food
The bar menu is accompanied by small plates of street food (three for £12.50 or five for £21.50). For those after a more filling meal, various tempting courses are available. The smoked chicken salad with Brazil nut and bacon dressing (£5.25) is generously portioned with a delicate flavour for those watching the calories but still after a decent starter, whilst the grilled halloumi skewer is rather small in comparison, especially when its £5 price tag is considered. It's tasty nonetheless. Steamed mussels with coconut milk and coriander are served with toast (£5.95) and crispy belly of pork with pickled shallot and parsley salad is also available.

Main courses include tiger prawns in a creamy cassava and palm oil puree (£11.95); Brazilian slow-cooked mixed pork meat and black bean stew served with rice, farofa, sautéed greens and orange segments (£10.95); and various meats and fish from the grill (between £10 and £13). The sizzling mixed seafood platter (£12.95) is bit disappointing, with small portions and not nearly enough fish. However, the cap of rump Brazilian beef (£12.95) served sizzling with onions, crispy garlic, steamed rice, mixed leaf salad and tomato and coriander salsa is delicious – lightly spiced, well cooked and accompanied perfectly by a fresh, tangy salsa.

Recommended desserts include the sumptuously creamy buttermilk pana cotta (£4.25), served with passion fruit syrup and coconut shortbread, and a very good guava cheesecake (£4.25).

The Drink
Made in Brasil boasts one of the biggest selections of Caipirinhas and Caipiroskas in London, with pretty much every flavour and fruit combination you can imagine. The tangerine and raspberry Caipiroska is incredible, as is the pineapple Caipirinha. Other cocktails include Mojitos, Brasilian Sangria, Martinis and Margaritas, and an impressive selection of fruit juice and smoothies.

The wine list has less of a focus (who needs wine when there is such an impressive cocktail list?) but includes six whites, six reds and two rosés, all of which are reasonably priced. A few bottled beers from Brazil, Mexico and Portugal are also available for those not feeling too adventurous.

Last Words
Anyone who visits Made In Brasil will soon find themselves in the holiday spirit, making this a great place to unwind on a Friday after a long week at the office. If you’re after a decent meal, head for the meat options to ensure you leave the restaurant fully satisfied.

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