Nabrasa halal Brazilian Rodizio restaurant review, London
after a buffet? Well I’ll clearly never
learn as I made my umpteenth visit to a buffet recently. Though in my defence, this time it had an enticing
USP – halal Brazilian.
to give it a try. At £20 a head, it is
one of the more expensive buffets I’ve had.
But I figured it would be worth it for a different cuisine.
cosy restaurant, with a fairly compact seating plan and simple décor. The restaurant offers a pretty unusual
concept. With a hot and cold buffer and
carvery at your table.
avocado salad, mashed potato, homemade chips, and fried chicken, as well as hot
food such as lamb stew. The buffet is
very impressive, with the homemade chips being a real treat.
round to your table with a variety of meats, such as beef steak, lamb ribs, and
chicken filled with cheese, all freshly made, and carve on your plate.
find that it was all a bit too much. By
my second plate, I didn’t want to see a man brandishing a skewer of sausages
|Chicken wrapped in turkey ham|
cuts. For examples, some pieces had a
lot of fat, which is something I can’t really stomach, however my hubby didn’t
mind this so much.
the chicken options. And it was a great
way to try lots of different types of meat in one sitting.
which I couldn’t get enough of, and would thoroughly recommend to anyone
regional treats I hadn’t tried before, such as authentic black bean sauce, deep
fried banana, and turkey filled pastry. And perhaps that’s where I went wrong. I got more than my fill of salads and sides
from the buffet, which meant that the meat never stood a chance.
the as the whole point of the place is to enjoy the meat carvery, it kind of
defeats the purpose.
meat lovers, but it was a bit too much for me.
The age-old problem with a buffet is that you load up beyond your
capacity, especially when you’re paying more than you usually would.
the all-you-can-eat meat fest didn’t really do it for me. I was left uncomfortable full, but not in a
Nabrasa in a nutshell…
head for carvery and buffet. £12.50 for
a meat lover.
you’re not a meat lover.
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