Estancia Brasil ranks as one of London’s most authentic Brazilian steakhouses, not least because what’s to be found online about it panders almost exclusively to the Portuguese speaking community. But we’ve been to Estancia Brasil’s Swiss Cottage restaurant along Finchley Road, and can confirm that the food ratifies Estancia Brasil’s status as the real Latin American deal. Backed by an ethos of farm to fork, guests here are treated to sophisticated service and indulgent Brazilian banquets.
Meat was a bit over cooked. It was flavoursome and the buffet had lots to choose from. Staff were friendly and helpful. Very large restaurant. Spacious.
Terrible restaurant. Took ages to order food and waiters kept forgetting to bring out drinks. Manager advised he will fix things in the future and he is changing things
We both loved it! It was great value for money and the staff were all friendly and helpful and the food was cooked to perfection with a wide choice of buffet foods and lots of different meats.
Traditional picanha (rump cap) tops the list of over ten cuts of premium beef available at Estancia Brasil, cooked to perfection over a traditional South American rodizio grill. This is the prime (forgive the pun) reason that London’s carnivorous connoisseurs head to most any Latin American steakhouse restaurant in the city – for the delectable grills – and it’s certainly a good enough reason as any to book a table at Estancia Brasil’s Swiss Cottage premises down Finchley Road.
Besides the classic South American meats on offer, Estancia Brasil offers a private bar where diners can chat over drinks while the Brazilian passadores fire up the this Swiss Cottage steakhouse’s rodizio, which also boasts an enviable happy hour. And, while superlative service is standard at this Finchley Road restaurant, the rustic charm of London’s Estancia Brasil belies the fact that there is free WiFi on tap as well as fine wine – so you can stay connected while you connect with friends and family.