For those who have not been to a traditional Brazilian rodizio steakhouse, you should know that it has its origins in the traditional gaucho (South American cowboy) meals of meats cooks on spits over open fires. The modern version is a sort of all-you-can-eat meat buffet, except that the buffet comes to your table. Servers go from table to table, offering to carve off servings of steak (from ribeye to sirloin to filet mignon), leg of lamb, lamb chops, barbecue and beef ribs, chicken, sausage, salmon, sword fish and more.
You can also go up to the extensive salad bar - far, far more than just lettuce selections - and, if you haven't gone into a food coma, select from the desserts, ranging from mousse, flans, cheesecake, seasonal fruits and ice cream. It is a fun restaurant for gatherings of family and friends, where you can enjoy great, simple food and be served by an attentive staff.
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