Brazilian Bars & Restaurants Your Latina Escort Will Love

20 May, 2024

So, you’re meeting a Brazilian escort in London. These gorgeous Latina ladies are known for their curvaceous bodies, sun-kissed skin, and captivating dark eyes - who could blame you for being drawn to them?

Naturally, one way to impress a Brazilian escort - who might even be homesick - is to take out for a night of dinner, drinks and dancing at a place that looks, tastes and smells like it’s come straight from Rio de Janeiro. Here, we have pulled together some of London’s most popular Brazilian bars and restaurants sure to impress your Brazilian escort. Make sure you branch out and try caipirinhas, coxinhas and feijoadas!

Tia Maria

126 S Lambeth Rd, London SW8 1RB

This Brazilian restaurant and bar is known for its traditionalism and for being one of the oldest of its kind in London. Try Brazilian food, including coxinha, feijoada, cassava chips, and grilled meats, and enjoy fresh juice and refreshing caipirinhas. 

There is also regular live music which includes the beats of samba, forró and bossa nova, to get you up and dancing - you’ll forget you’re even in London, transported by flavours, sounds and colours to Brazil. 

Made in Brasil

12 Inverness St, London NW1 7HJ

Open since 2004, you can try modern and traditional Brazilian before you party the night away in this beach bar-themed club and restaurant. Enjoy homemade food and try a drink from the extensive cocktail list.

In the basement, you can visit the Copacabana Beach Bar, with a beach hut-style bar. Here, live bands and DJs play the best of Latino music, bossa nova and samba. The bar is open til late on weekends. 

Avenida Brasil UK

74-76 Lansdowne Way, London SW8 2DQ

This popular restaurant serves up traditional Brazilian food including skewers, steaks, stew, coxinha, burgers and more. Guests can enjoy the open-air garden to escape the city, and the restaurant often has live Brazilian music on. It’s welcoming to both Brazilians and non-Brazilians with delicious food and cocktails. 

Fogo de Chão Soho

17 Wardour St, London W1D 6PJ

This Brazilian restaurant chain founded in the USA serves Southern Brazilian cuisine, specialising in churrasco BBQ meat and traditional sides. It also serves fresh juice, and pitchers of sangria and caipirinhas. This is one of only three locations in the UK that has attracted rave reviews.

Kaipiras by Barraco

Priory House, 10 Kingsgate Pl, London NW6 4TA

This hidden-gem which is very popular with Brazilian expats is a small and intimate venue with a great selection of food. You can try grilled meats and prawns, feijoada (stew of black beans with various types of pork and beef), picanha (known as the rump cap), bolinho de bacalhau (cod fish), moqueca (fish stew) and brigadeiro (chocolate ball). There is also live Latino music to enjoy while you eat.

Feijão do Luis

20 Hanway St, London W1T 1UG

Just 100 metres from Tottenham Court Road station, this restaurant and bar has now been open since 1996. It serves traditional food which is frequently described as ‘the best in London’ and frequently plays live music. The restaurant started out as a cafe which became a gathering place for Brazilians arriving in the UK. It’s a great place for Portuguese speakers or those who want to speak Portuguese. The restaurant is on the second floor so it’s not suitable for those with mobility issues.