You'd never guess this joint was run by sportswear giant Athleta: Que Bom! is one of Tokyo's finest Brazilian restaurants and music bars, and serves up churrasco that puts many of the city's trendier meat-on-a-stick eateries to shame. Settle in for an evening of samba tunes and 14 varieties of juicy grilled flesh, flavoured by Brazilian chefs and carried from table to table by energetic waiters. The accompanying buffet's offerings range from kiwi and palm leaf salad to coxinha (deep-fried chicken) and pastel de nata egg tarts, while the feijoada makes an appearance only on Wednesdays and Saturdays. As for the live music, you can look forward to not only samba but also bossa nova, played once or twice every week (check the website for details). Aim for a live night and get ready to dance the evening away with a caipirinha or Coquetel de Maracuja (cachaça and passion fruit juice) in hand.
|Venue name:||Que Bom!||Contact:|
Nikkosha Bldg B1F, 2-15-13 Nishi-Asakusa, Taito-ku
|Opening hours:||5pm-11pm (Sun & hols until 10pm)|
|Transport:||Tawaramachi Station (Ginza line), exit 3|