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  • e15 Nov 25, 2008 05:07 AM
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I've been to the Oxford street Brazilian buffet ages ago but was put off by the dirty floors so I did not go in.

Is there any good cheap Brazilian food (budget £10ish for lunch) to be had in North East London preferably but will travel as far to Zone 2 West London destinations. Thanks

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  1. There's a place way up the Kingsland road I think thats a Brazilian. I'll have to consult and get back to you. I love the Brazilian stall at the Upmarket on Brick Lane.

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    1. re: Nii

      I think you might be thinking of Raizes at the end of Hackney Road? Not to difficult to get to from Bethnal Green tube station (or Cambridge Heath overground). DH seem to quite like it ...if you like 'generous and hearty, challenging plates of meat' -sounds perfect for these colder wintery days!

      1. re: Nii

        There is a Brazilian buffet on Kingsland between Dalston and Richmond Rd on the east side of the street. I walk past it nearly every day; it smells delicious.

      2. I know it's not your end of town but there is a stall in New Covent Garden market in Nine Elms on a Sunday (I think) that does Brazilian food. It's run by a family, they do cakes as well. They have some great sausages, really good salsa, good meats sarnies and stuff - and very cheap. It's a great spot to take a break from the dodgy market. I couldn't guarantee it's authenticity, but it's the best spot for eating down there and very pleasant.

        1. I've been pretty happy with the Brazilian Stall (aka Maracuja) at the Brick Lane Market. Fairly respectable feijoada.

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          1. re: limster

            There's a rodizio in Islington on Upper Street, close to Angel tube.

            Rodizio Rico
            77 - 78 Upper Street, London, N1 0NU

            Haven't been though so I can't comment on the food.