ZAGAT 2011

Upper Eastsiders in search of "something a little different" hit this "relaxed" Brazilian specializing in "interesting", "flavorful" churrasco; "congenial" service and "a couple of their caipirinhas" confirm that this somewhat "hidden away" spot is "worth repeat visits."

ZAGAT 2010
Slightly "off the beaten track", this "cozy" UES Brazilian "passes muster" with a variety of "authentic", "moderately priced" churrasco knocked back with "knockout caipirinhas"; it's always "welcoming" and "never too loud or too full."

ZAGAT 2008
"Marrying homestyle cooking" with a "comforting" ambience and "gracious" service, this "charming" UES Brazilian lures a "loyal crowd" with "basic" but reliably "wonderful" flare; regulars attest "you really get your money's worth" here.
 
ZAGAT 2007
''Bold flavors'' help make this ''low-profile" UES Brazilian a "comforting" "find", especially for meat eaters drawn to the "tasty" specialty churrasco; "cozy" quarters, "solicitous" service, "reasonable prices" and "super caipirinhas" keep the customers happy.
 
MICHELIN 2006
Set on a quiet side street way up on the Upper East Side, closer to the East River than Central Park, this little Brazilian place takes its name from a breed of humped cattle raised in Brazil. Zebu charms guests with its warm ambience and rustic decor. Latin rhythms play in the background, while patrons dig into copious portions of churrasco (the house specialty combination of steak, chicken and sausage), and feijoada, a meaty stew that is the brazilian national dish. While sides include ...creamed spinach, try something ordinary and order a side of yuca fries. This is a place you'll be glad to come back to."They should patent their feijoada" say enthusiasts of this "funky" "little" Upper East Side Brazilian, where the menu highlighting grilled meats is "limited" but "rich in flavor", with a genial "Rio" vibe and "great service", it's a place that deserves more attention."


ZAGAT 2006

It helps to be "in the mood for meat" at this "charming little" Upper East Side Brazilian where "top-notch churrasco" is the signature dish; "modest" pricing, "powerhouse cocktails" and a "warm welcome" enhance its "relaxed", "neighborhood" feel.

ZAGAT 2005
They should patent their feijoada" say enthusiasts of this "funky"; "little" Upper East Side Brazilian, where the menu highlighting grilled meats is "limited" but "rich in flavor"; with a genial "Rio" vibe and "great service", it's a place that "deserves more attention."

ZAGAT 2004
"Bold flavors" jazz up menu at this East Side Brazilian whose "fusionlike touches" alternate with Americanized food; spacewise, it's either "extremely cozy" or small and noisy, but the "treat-you like-family service" and modest prices make it "charming" enough.

NEW YORK MAGAZINE 2003 (Best Takeout)
Casual low priced Zebu Grill offers something for everyone with a transfusion of Brazilian cuisine and potent Caipirinhas.

NEW YORK POST 2002
You usually don't need an invitation for the nightly celebration at this new, moderately priced Brazilian eatery. An open kitchen full of festive vibe that's already made the place a local favorite.


305 E 92 street, New York - NY 10028 - phone (212) 426 7500