Canto Do Brasil / San Francisco

41 Franklin St Oak Street San Francisco 94102
Opening Hours
Sun 11:30 - 16:00
Mon, Tue, Wed 11:30 - 21:30
Thu 11:30 - 22:00
Fri 11:30 - 23:00
Sat 17:00 - 23:00
average 2540 votes
Tips from the Net @ Canto Do Brasil
John Oney en
I cannot explain how good this place is. You've got to come here. I will say that it's a little pricey. If you're on a budget, this isn't the spot. But if you want insanely good food, come here! It's so good it'll blow your face off. GooglePlace - August 2017
hardy stevenson en
The menu needs work. I ordered some things to be adventuresome and they turned out to be things meant to be served with soup only. I had a hard time finding a lunch meal per se. The waiter got my order wrong regardless. The music was too loud. The steak was good. Overall a disappointment. GooglePlace - July 2017
Fabricio DM en
Do not understand some reviews about portion, even the photos posted by the owners look completely different than reality. Very small plates! Maybe people are just not used to Brazilian restaurants. Bolinho de Bacalhau (deep fried cod balls) were so small that I was shocked. For Brazilians in the know, beware those are smaller than the ones you find in our traditional bday parties. Flavor was lacking too. Ordered a passion fruit caipirinha that was almost watery. The coxinha was the only plate deserving praise. Btw, for a "Minas" restaurant, do not expect the Minas cuisine. This is more an overall Brazilian collection of plates that doesn't impress much. GooglePlace - May 2017
Michael DeMaria en
The menu is more of an overall culture of Brazil with only a couple of items from the Minas region. Portion size is disappointingly small (for price). Only two Brazilian beer options (one light, one dark). Minas (the region) is famous for its variety of cachaça, this place didn't have even the popular brands. It was a great effort, but not truly authentic of region. Noted exception was the coxinha, this was very well prepared. GooglePlace - May 2017
joseane nascimento en
the picanha doesn't same Brazilian picanha, but this place is expensive and no good spicy tropeiro beans. I don't recommend it. GooglePlace - May 2017