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Posted by Anonymous on 01/13/2008
I came to this place after watching their feature on "Check Please Bay Area" and I am so glad I did. I was unsure if I should drive all the way from San Jose to try this place, but it was extremely worth it. The food was savory and very interesting. My friends and I ordered a variety of things and shared it all, the staff was very friendly and gave great suggestions on what we should order and how to eat everything. I definitely recommend this place for a date or small groups. Make sure to make reservations because they get really busy. I had some trouble looking them up online but eventually found their website and so make sure to call or email a reservation: www.cantodobrazilrestaurant.com
Posted by Anonymous on 04/30/2007
I went to try out the restaurant after I saw it featured on KQED's Check Please Bay Area and I just loved it. I ordered everything that I saw on the show, the Red Snapper, caipirinhas (drinks are really strong!!), Paella, and the coconut flan. The atmosphere was lively and fun, the service was exceptional, and the food delicious. I will definitely go again
Posted by Anonymous #2 on 02/23/2007
So I found this restaurant on CitySearch and I decided to give it a try. CitySerach's description did not do this place honset justice. My boyfriend and I were having dinner with one of my former professors and her husband. We all met at the restuarant and at first, the atmosphere was cozy - dimly lit candles, soft Latin music, calm and friendly servers. We ordered our food and about every 30 minutes after that, the dining room lights were turned on, extremely loud party music blared from the walls, and two scantily clad dancers came out shaking it all up and down and trying to get diners to participate. Luckily my professor and her husband were open minded and clapped along like good sports and the food was decent. The night finished well despite the fact that I could have accidentally given a 60+ year old couple a precursor for a heartattack. This place is good for small groups of friends...perhaps not best for your 13 year old cousin's middle school graduation dinner or your niece's baptism.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/22/2006
This is a true SF treasure! Small and cozy with a wonderful atmosphere and great service. During October they serve this wonderful seafood mix that is cooked and served directly to your table inside a pumpkin. They even have entertainment! Suddenly music began and there were 2 Brazilian dancers dancing around....really fun!