|The funky interior|
Having secured some seats during the soft-launch opening, I can report that the place got multiple ticks for those looking for some protein-fueled BBQ goodness. The funky interior shows the attention to detail that we have come to expect of Barber: think soaring colourful ceilings, banquettes made from patchworks of denim jeans, distressed raw wood floors and the theatre of an open BBQ pit.
In many ways, Cabana is a traditional Brazilian churrascaria with the staff wandering the restaurant tempting punters with skewers of BBQ abundance. The main difference, however, is that whilst at most churrascarias you pay one price (between £19 - £27 in London) for all of the meat or seafood you can eat, at Cabana you pay per large skewer consumed (between £3.35 - £5.95). I have to admit, I found Cabana better on a food quality and price basis than other London haunts.
|Chicken coxinhas: the right hint of spice|
|Pork tenderloin with Parmesan crust|
|Chimicurri black gold rump|
|Look at all of that BBQ goodness|
Go for the great inexpensive BBQ and cocktails, funky interior and soaring ceilings and the friendly and attentive staff.