Set in a gorgeous, grand old building – this Brazilian restaurant is straight from the streets of South America. This space is so vast, you’ll be truly content as you attempt to nurse the sheer amount of food on the table.
After a £250,000 refurbishment, this is the finest spot to dine. It’s all yellow seats, dark walls and luxurious furnishings. Viva Brazil is an authentic food experience, and it begins once you are seated. Their troop of Passadors (special meat carvers) move from table to table, and there are over 15 select cuts of meat to choose from – expertly carved at your table. You then decide the pace of your meal with discs provided to each diner. One side of the disc is green – which means you want more – and you can turn it to red if you have finished, or need a break.
Of course, this wouldn’t be complete without cocktails – and they have an extensive amount of Caipirinha cocktails, the national drink of Brazil.