After all the positive reviews below, I was quite excited to try the food at Anga. However, it was quite a let down. Brazilian food is known for its meat, and a good Brazilian restaurant should be able to tell the difference between medium and medium rare-rare, which unfortunately this chef couldn't. We were a group of 4, and 2 of us liked medium, while the other 2 preferred medium rare. However, in the end, all 4 of us got the same cuts of meat all cooked the same way. It was quite disappointing. The cuts that were cooked properly, however, did taste quite good. It is just disappointing to see a place that specializes in steak get it so wrong.
The portion sizes were quite also small. Also, while the waiter may spin the food and make it sound really exciting, they all tasted quite generic. The manicot aligot tasted like mashed potatoes- it was good, but nothing special. The Shrimp flambe was essentially pan fried shrimp. The dishes were ok, but not great.
The highlight was the coffee and chocolate cream, which was quite tasty.
Overall, the ambiance was nice and we had a good dinner, just not quite as good as we hoped.
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