Delicious updated Latin cuisine
Nice atmosphere and pleased to see some South American drinks/food options
Very enjoyable during during Portsmouth Restaurant Week. Good choices, as well as a limited regular menu. Everyone enjoyed their meals and cocktails.
Food was very good, a bit pricey. Our main problem was our dinner seemed to be overlooked and we waited a long time to get our food. The problem was we had tickets for theater and ended up having to forego coffee. It was my husband's 60th birthday and they gave us a free birthday dessert but we couldn't take more than a bit or two because we had to get to the theater. I would go again when we didn't have to be out within 1.5 hours.
The new menu is exciting--all four meals were perfectly done and offered pleasant taste surprises. The special beet salad was the best salad I've had in Portsmouth.
My husband and I were celebrating our 10th wedding anniversary. I ordered from the menu and the food was delicious. On the other hand, my husband ordered two specials and they were delicious as well. The wait staff was attentive to our needs and was forthcoming with recommendations. We enjoyed our visit to this restaurant and would definitely visit again.
Outstanding service and ambiance. Food was above average
This was our first time at Brazo and it was delicious! I am very picky and was so happy to have such a flavorful meal. The service was wonderful, the host was pleasant and the atmosphere was great. We will return.
Terrible value for money, overpriced, lasagne was awful, and $24, are you serious? Two tacos, $17! They were good, but we brought people who had never been there before, we all agreed it was a ripoff.
I find Brazo to be reliably awesome and I'm picky. The service has always been excellent, no exceptions, and they are very willing to accommodate food sensitivities. I love the romantic ambience with great music and dim lighting, Latin flair, but never too loud for good conversations (well, maybe at prime time on Friday and Saturday nights...). Chairs are comfortable and it's not a madhouse like many restaurants in Portsmouth these days (in fact, I'm afraid this review might ruin that, but I don't want them to go the way of so many trendy restaurants in Portsmouth so here I write!). I've never tasted anything at Brazo (which includes my dining company's dishes) that I didn't think was delicious. And they are willing to take reservations for just two, which I am finding rarer these days, also. Keep it up, Brazo!