San Francisco, CA 94103
- South American
- All Major Credit Cards
- Family Style, Private Party, Takeout, Wheelchair Accessible
- Dinner, Late Night
- Full bar
- Online Reservations Available
SF Weekly's Description
The sultry, tropical flavors of Brazil are ably prepared and served at this stylish little SOMA hideaway. Small plates include warm, gooey cheese bread and smoky skewers of juicy ribeye with a trio of salsas. The caipirinhas need work, but the coconut flan is luscious. There's live bossa nova on Sunday and Tuesday nights.
Tips from foursquare
Drinks here are off the chain. Cool date spot too! Def hard to find though (which is a good thing!). Total no-douchebag zone!
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my tip is to save your time and money by not coming here. food is good but over priced with slow wait staff.
If you want to save yourself a headache, skip this place. Decent food at an over priced rate with the slowest service ever. My grandma could have knit a scarf faster than this place. Never mind the fa
Lamb skewers were good, service was meh.
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