Delicia Brazil Restaurant

★★★★☆

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yes this place is slow, but every bit of it is great even the wait. we went for a birthday last week and the whole place was up dancing and singing having a good old time throughout the night. this place is for fun people that enjoy life. go there if you are up for enjoying a night.

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★★★★★

yes this place is slow, but every bit of it is great even the wait. we went for a birthday last week and the whole place was up dancing and singing having a good old time throughout the night. this place is for fun people that enjoy life. go there if you are up for enjoying a night.

Pros: super fun

Cons: it's not a fancy pants place

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I'll start out by saying this is one of the best mom and pop national cuisine restaurants in NYC. Every meal I've had here was excellent. The food is rich and savory with a rustic flair. This is NOT haut cuisine - expect a little roughness around the edges. This is NOT a Madison Ave restaurant - expect service to be a little relaxed. I don't think you can get dinner here in less than an hour and a half. So be forewarned. The food, is the star of the show. I will say also that the decor while definitely homespun has a great authenticity and that the proprietors are always cheery and friendly. It is not uncommon to end a evening with the music playing and everyone in the restaurant banging on some musical instrument. If this scares you, best not to try this great place and leave it to the rest of us ;) Last but not least, the prices are very much in line with the humble decor which is to say that this place is a great value. The one downside is the wine list is a little ho-hum but not the end of the world. I might BYOB next time.

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★★★★★

I'll start out by saying this is one of the best mom and pop national cuisine restaurants in NYC. Every meal I've had here was excellent. The food is rich and savory with a rustic flair. This is NOT haut cuisine - expect a little roughness around the edges. This is NOT a Madison Ave restaurant - expect service to be a little relaxed. I don't think you can get dinner here in less than an hour and a half. So be forewarned. The food, is the star of the show. I will say also that the decor while definitely homespun has a great authenticity and that the proprietors are always cheery and friendly. It is not uncommon to end a evening with the music playing and everyone in the restaurant banging on some musical instrument. If this scares you, best not to try this great place and leave it to the rest of us ;) Last but not least, the prices are very much in line with the humble decor which is to say that this place is a great value. The one downside is the wine list is a little ho-hum but not the end of the world. I might BYOB next time.

Pros: Great food, great vibe

Cons: ultra slow

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How people can t even barely talk in english own a restaurant in such place. We went to have some kind of "brazilian taste" and we got a lot of nonsense words from smoking and rude staff. It took so long to order, the drinks never came and the food was cold when we finally got it ! We were starved, but the taste was so bad, we had to leave the place to have dinner somewhere else.

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★★★☆☆

How people can t even barely talk in english own a restaurant in such place. We went to have some kind of "brazilian taste" and we got a lot of nonsense words from smoking and rude staff. It took so long to order, the drinks never came and the food was cold when we finally got it ! We were starved, but the taste was so bad, we had to leave the place to have dinner somewhere else.

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Ok, the other reviews of this place are far too forgiving. I don't know if I just went on a bad night, but we waited THREE AND A HALF HOURS for our main courses. And that was after we had to complain to the owner. We sat there for a full hour before we even got drinks! There were only 3 people working in a restaurant that was full (approx 60 people). I appreciate trying to keep the "family" vibe but hire more staff!!! When we finally went to the kitchen door to complain one of the three people working was having a leisurely cigarette out of the kitchen window!!! It was my birthday and this place totally bombed.

0
★☆☆☆☆

Ok, the other reviews of this place are far too forgiving. I don't know if I just went on a bad night, but we waited THREE AND A HALF HOURS for our main courses. And that was after we had to complain to the owner. We sat there for a full hour before we even got drinks! There were only 3 people working in a restaurant that was full (approx 60 people). I appreciate trying to keep the "family" vibe but hire more staff!!! When we finally went to the kitchen door to complain one of the three people working was having a leisurely cigarette out of the kitchen window!!! It was my birthday and this place totally bombed.

Pros: food was somewhat decent

Cons: waiting waiting and more waiting!! ciggs in the kitchen, rude staff.....

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I see a lot of complaints about slow service, and here's why. The only person you'll see on the floor is the CEO, Chef, and Waiter at this small West Village Restaurant. What he lacks in speed he makes up in tasty food, and charisma. The caipirinha, a famous brazilian drink renown for getting you drunk with just 2 shots is also served here, but it's not the way it should be, it's weak and nearly sugarless. This is a very small 4 tables or so restaurant with a very modest enviornment, so if you're with business partners for lunch or dinner, Plataforma Restaurant or Brazil Grill are the better choices, but if you got a lot of time with some buddies of yours, then this one may be for you.

1
★★★☆☆

I see a lot of complaints about slow service, and here's why. The only person you'll see on the floor is the CEO, Chef, and Waiter at this small West Village Restaurant. What he lacks in speed he makes up in tasty food, and charisma. The caipirinha, a famous brazilian drink renown for getting you drunk with just 2 shots is also served here, but it's not the way it should be, it's weak and nearly sugarless. This is a very small 4 tables or so restaurant with a very modest enviornment, so if you're with business partners for lunch or dinner, Plataforma Restaurant or Brazil Grill are the better choices, but if you got a lot of time with some buddies of yours, then this one may be for you.

Pros: Charisma, Good Food, Birthdays

Cons: Slow Service, Weak Caipirinha, one man show

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Had gone once in Sept, had a great time although it took 30 min to get a glass of water refilled. After making a high recommendation, went again on a Friday night in Oct with a 8 people. Sat promptly, everyone except one decided to do the $55 pre fixe. As we're all eating, enjoying, the rude owner comes out and scolds a girl at the table for eating a yuca chip, saying the food plates were only for the pre fixe patrons. Fine whatever, but the guy comes back to embarass her 2 more times as she's sitting there not eating at all. Guy was a real jerk, we live on that street and will never go back.

1
★★★☆☆

Had gone once in Sept, had a great time although it took 30 min to get a glass of water refilled. After making a high recommendation, went again on a Friday night in Oct with a 8 people. Sat promptly, everyone except one decided to do the $55 pre fixe. As we're all eating, enjoying, the rude owner comes out and scolds a girl at the table for eating a yuca chip, saying the food plates were only for the pre fixe patrons. Fine whatever, but the guy comes back to embarass her 2 more times as she's sitting there not eating at all. Guy was a real jerk, we live on that street and will never go back.

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One of my boyfriend's colleagues is Brazilian - this is her home away from home. Wonderful food, very reasonable, and a welcoming atmosphere: the feel is of being a guest in someone's living room. Service is slow, yes, but remember that that's pretty authentic, too.

Especially recommended are the feijoada - a black been, pork, and sausage stew that's one of Brazil's national dishes - and the luxuriant camaraos na moranga, shrimp cooked with tomatoes a sort of cream cheese in a pumpkin.

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★★★★★

One of my boyfriend's colleagues is Brazilian - this is her home away from home. Wonderful food, very reasonable, and a welcoming atmosphere: the feel is of being a guest in someone's living room. Service is slow, yes, but remember that that's pretty authentic, too.

Especially recommended are the feijoada - a black been, pork, and sausage stew that's one of Brazil's national dishes - and the luxuriant camaraos na moranga, shrimp cooked with tomatoes a sort of cream cheese in a pumpkin.

Pros: Quality food, Relaxed atmosphere, Excellent value

Cons: Slow service

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Went with a large party and ordered the pre-fix for 27.50. Found out you can't order individually. For 27.50 in the West Village, I deserve to choose what I eat, not have family style. Its also a rip off considering you can order 3 courses a la carte for $25. Dinner started at 8pm; the last appetizer arrived 2 1/2 hours later. No one ever asked if we needed anything. Cheese ball and Fish Croquette tasted out of a school cafeteria. Their signature beef entree was tough, dry, and over peppered. Lastly, only 1 unisex bathroom for entire restaurant for which there was usually a line. Go elsewhere.

0
★☆☆☆☆

Went with a large party and ordered the pre-fix for 27.50. Found out you can't order individually. For 27.50 in the West Village, I deserve to choose what I eat, not have family style. Its also a rip off considering you can order 3 courses a la carte for $25. Dinner started at 8pm; the last appetizer arrived 2 1/2 hours later. No one ever asked if we needed anything. Cheese ball and Fish Croquette tasted out of a school cafeteria. Their signature beef entree was tough, dry, and over peppered. Lastly, only 1 unisex bathroom for entire restaurant for which there was usually a line. Go elsewhere.

Cons: Bad prefix, poor food quality

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My girlfriend and I visited Delicia last night. The limey tartness of a caiparinha; fresh pan de quejo; simple beans and rice, yucca and the swordfish stew; and amiable service made this a fun night out on West 11th. The books in the bathroom, by the way, made for an interesting yet homey touch.

2
★★★★☆

My girlfriend and I visited Delicia last night. The limey tartness of a caiparinha; fresh pan de quejo; simple beans and rice, yucca and the swordfish stew; and amiable service made this a fun night out on West 11th. The books in the bathroom, by the way, made for an interesting yet homey touch.

Pros: Good simple food, fun atmosphere, ecelctic waitstaff

Cons: basement feel

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I really enjoy almost everything about Delicias, except the length of time you have to wait sometimes. The food is great and really reasonable. You just have to remember not to be in a rush to eat, relax. Then when you are done eating, don't be in a rush to leave. The check may take a while to get to you. Sometimes it's good to slow down.

2
★★★★★

I really enjoy almost everything about Delicias, except the length of time you have to wait sometimes. The food is great and really reasonable. You just have to remember not to be in a rush to eat, relax. Then when you are done eating, don't be in a rush to leave. The check may take a while to get to you. Sometimes it's good to slow down.

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The food was really good. Moqueca de Peixe is super nice, it comes with swordfish, and so gentle. Fill your thirst with the passion fruit caipirinhas and have fun. The wait people are very friendly brasilians. I loved this place.

2
★★★★★

The food was really good. Moqueca de Peixe is super nice, it comes with swordfish, and so gentle. Fill your thirst with the passion fruit caipirinhas and have fun. The wait people are very friendly brasilians. I loved this place.

Pros: Awesome food, Great people, music, True brasilian

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This place is a must for anyone who knows real Brasilian food!

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★★★★★

This place is a must for anyone who knows real Brasilian food!

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Everything is just like home at Delicia. Great hearty food (The swordfish stew is a must!) and the sweetest service you could ever ask for. And their cute too. No one in the world can fit into jeans like Brazillian women.

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★★★★★

Everything is just like home at Delicia. Great hearty food (The swordfish stew is a must!) and the sweetest service you could ever ask for. And their cute too. No one in the world can fit into jeans like Brazillian women.

 

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