Meat, meat and more meat. Luckily it's just about the best meat you'll find anywhere. With six branches in the USA, three in São Paulo and 27 years of experience, Fogo de Chão is a , churrascari still in a class of its own. Its unique draw is the quality of its meats (mainly from Chile and Uruguay and the ...Popular withBusinessLuxuryLocal
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This was my first time at a Fogo de Chao. My Brazilian family took me here as this was their favorite place to eat good steak. WE valet parked our car and was courteously greeted and seated by the host. The restaurant had a fancy but unpretentious ambiance to it, and I really enjoyed eating my meal because of it. ...Popular withBusinessFamiliesLocal
If you want to eat well in Rio, you need to be willing to dish out more money. If you're going to spend money, invest in Churrascaria Palace. The meat is good, but the main catch is the Amazonian fish. It's so succulent and buttery, it makes Churrascaria Palace worth it.Popular withFoodiesBusinessLuxury
There are several Outbacks in Sao Paulo, this one was the first and it's the most crowded. I seriously don't get all the fuss about it - the food id great, but nowhere in the world it makes sense to wait 3 hours in line to eat. If you get here by noon, most likely you'll be just in time ...
I went there with my family. we ordered the rodizio. The meat started coming out of the kitchen pretty quickly. We had about 28 different servings of meat and 1 of grilled pineapple and 1 cheese. Most of the meat was very tasty and moist. we would recommend this place.Popular withFamilies
Having lunch in the Public Market is one of the best experiences in Porto Alegre. The place was restored a few years ago and Gambrinos is in a very good shape. Always crowded, try to have one of tables in the patio inside the market open area. Relax and take your time... And you can complete your experience with a ...