Made in Brasil

Restaurants, Brazilian Camden Town
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From the yellow and green exterior, complete with their own Cristo Redentor statue, this is a restaurant that celebrates Brazil. Traditional dishes include feijoada and moqueca, and if it’s a drink you want you can check out their 'copacabana beach bar'.

There's certainly plenty of choice when it comes to the food. Those feijoada and moqueca dishes are alongside a risotto of Brazil nuts and butternut squash, a mixed grill and file de pescada com batata bolinha - pan-fried sea bream served with new potatoes, salsa verde and burnt lemon.

Desserts include buttermilk panna cottas, guava cheesecakes and a Brazil nut chocolate brownie served here with vanilla ice cream and pasoaquinha - a Brazilian sweet made from peanuts. 


Venue name: Made in Brasil
Address: 12 Inverness Street
Opening hours: Mon - Thu: 11:00 - 01:00 Fri - Sat: 11:00 - 02:00 Sun: 11:00 - 01:00
Transport: Tube: Camden Town tube
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Made in Brasil is probably more enjoyable when you arrive tipsy. The music is quite loud so conversation is more or less a no-go, and althouhg I love a bit of live music with my dinner, even that can be tuned down so I can actually talk to the person next to me.

Food is nothing to shout about - meat/fish, salad and rice most of the time, although there are some interesting spices in the mix. The cocktails are the reason you might want to visit, but definitely not the wine.

It's a shame because it's a nice venue, but I have to agree that service isn't great and there are 100 better places to go in Camden.


Give this place a miss,if I was you. I went last minute as our plans had fallen through and we wanted a nice bite to eat. We used our taste card and this place is a classic restaurant that is on such a scheme because it's doing something wrong. Reasonably priced at around £13-£16 for mains but the description of the food vs what you get is questionable. I had the prawns in the cassava and palm oil sauce and I got 5,supermarket bought looking,prawns in a tasteless sauce with very bland rice. I ordered the greens and they were part cold and also lacking flavour. The olives were good and the cassava chips were a nice surprise. The staff are terrible,my waitress delivered my plate of prawns is sauce by shoving me and the plate and jamming it on the table. She was oblivious to what she was doing and thoroughly unhelpful. The other staff were rushed and didn't give us any eye contact after we had ordered,which meant it was impossible to ask for anything else beyond our order. With the discount on the taste card it still came to £40 for two mains,two sides,two drinks and some olives. It really wasn't worth it. I wish I went to Bar Gansa for Tapas! 


This tiny little bar/restaurant is a great find for a quiet drink on a week night or a lively atmosphere come the weekend!

The cocktails are high quality without being horrendously expensive and I can attest that they make an excellent espresso martini. 

I'm yet to sample the food but I've heard good things - a great excuse to go back!

My favorite Brazilian restaurant in London. I've been going to Made in Brasil since about 8 years ago. Food is really tasty, staff is super nice, warm and welcoming, they also have a great selection of cocktails, my favorite one is 'Chilli Raspberry'. Thanks everyone. :)


If you're looking for the best tiger prawns and caipirinhas in Camden - this is the place! The Very Berry was delicious but the classic was a little strong for my taste. We went during happy hour so the drinks were a cool £4.50 each, but TOP TIP: sign up to the newsletter and you get your first classic caipirinha free! I'll be back for round two soon enough!


I visited Made in Brazil Camden on Saturday with some friends during happy hour! We all had a Caipirinha for under a fiver, so this was pretty good. The classic was passable, the apple and cinnamon was surprisingly comforting and the lychee was achingly sweet. However, the staff were brilliant and in good spirits (in their matching Hawaiian shirts) so this definitely added to the upbeat atmosphere. The bar space was dimly lit, but  the roof terrace was a really good space! The toilets were a decent 6/10!

Delicious tiger prawns, friendly staff, wall to wall caipirinhas and a live band to boot.

Perfectly good little venue with nice food and good drinks. Partial to a caprinha.