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Churrascaria Restaurant in Rio de Janeiro

by Brazil Guru Duration 3h 30m Non-refundable No booking or credit card fees
per adult Price is £31

Dining at Churrascaria Restaurant, located in the noble Rio de Janeiro south zone , is not for the light eater , but is a dining venue where you sample an abundance of varied juicy meats roasted over a charcoal fire that are piled on your plate until your stomach is beyond full.

The term Churrascaria (pronounced choo-rah-scah-ree-ah) dates back to the early 1800’s in the south of Brazil and refers to a restaurant that specialises in Rodizio- a Brazilian barbecue method of grilling, cutting and serving several varieties of meats such as chicken, pork, beef, lamb and more. Rodízios an all-you-can-eat style of restaurant service in Brazilian restaurants where the waiters bring of food to each customer at several times throughout the meal, until the customers signal that they have had enough. In churrascarias or the traditional Brazilian-style steakhouse restaurants, servers come to the table with knives and a skewer, on which are speared various kinds of quality cuts of meat, most commonly local cuts of beef, pork, chicken and sometimes exotic meats. Less popular are other rodízio style restaurants in Brazil, such as ones serving pasta or pizza in which various pizzas and pastas are brought on trays. Rodízio-style sushi restaurants are also common in Brazil. The rodízio courses are served right off the cooking spit and are sliced or plated right at the table. They are accompanied with fried potatoes, fried bananas, collard greens, black beans, and rice (served buffet style). At Churrascaria, platter after platter of decadently seasoned, grilled and skewered meats are precisely cut and served, in succession, tableside to each diner alongside a banquet-style buffet of tantalising dishes ranging from simple salads and bean dishes to savoury vegetable, fresh fish and indulgent Brazilian specialities.

The following foods are served at a churrascaria:

  • Filet mignon chunks wrapped in bacon
  • Turkey chunks wrapped in bacon (these two are usually two-bite sized)
  • Sirloin steak (cut semicircular and served in slices)
  • Roast beef (served like sirloin steak)
  • Rump cover (called picanha in Portuguese)
  • Beef short ribs
  • Lamb
  • Pork ribs
  • Chouriço or some other spicy Iberian pork sausage
  • Chicken hearts
  • Grilled dark-meat chicken
  • Grilled pineapple or banana

Dining at Churrascaria Restaurant, located in the noble Rio de Janeiro south zone , is not for the light eater , but is a dining venue where you sample an abundance of varied juicy meats roasted over a charcoal fire that are piled on your plate until your stomach is beyond full.

The term Churrascaria (pronounced choo-rah-scah-ree-ah) dates back to the early 1800’s in the south of Brazil and refers to a restaurant that specialises in Rodizio- a Brazilian barbecue method of grilling, cutting and serving several varieties of meats such as chicken, pork, beef, lamb and more. Rodízios an all-you-can-eat style of restaurant service in Brazilian restaurants where the waiters bring of food to each customer at several times throughout the meal, until the customers signal that they have had enough. In churrascarias or the traditional Brazilian-style steakhouse restaurants, servers come to the table with knives and a skewer, on which are speared various kinds of quality cuts of meat, most commonly local cuts of beef, pork, chicken and sometimes exotic meats. Less popular are other rodízio style restaurants in Brazil, such as ones serving pasta or pizza in which various pizzas and pastas are brought on trays. Rodízio-style sushi restaurants are also common in Brazil. The rodízio courses are served right off the cooking spit and are sliced or plated right at the table. They are accompanied with fried potatoes, fried bananas, collard greens, black beans, and rice (served buffet style). At Churrascaria, platter after platter of decadently seasoned, grilled and skewered meats are precisely cut and served, in succession, tableside to each diner alongside a banquet-style buffet of tantalising dishes ranging from simple salads and bean dishes to savoury vegetable, fresh fish and indulgent Brazilian specialities.

The following foods are served at a churrascaria:

  • Filet mignon chunks wrapped in bacon
  • Turkey chunks wrapped in bacon (these two are usually two-bite sized)
  • Sirloin steak (cut semicircular and served in slices)
  • Roast beef (served like sirloin steak)
  • Rump cover (called picanha in Portuguese)
  • Beef short ribs
  • Lamb
  • Pork ribs
  • Chouriço or some other spicy Iberian pork sausage
  • Chicken hearts
  • Grilled dark-meat chicken
  • Grilled pineapple or banana
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7:00 PM, Churrascaria Restaurant in Rio de Janeiro includes Food Only

Duration 3h 30m Non-refundable No booking or credit card fees
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per adult
£30.66

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Churrascaria Restaurant in Rio de Janeiro

Activity Location

Rio de Janeiro

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Rio de Janeiro South Zone

    Rio de Janeiro 22070-001


Highlights

  • Discover the Churrascaria

  • Eat like a brazilian

  • Explore the brazilian cousine

  • Test the Rodízios

  • Discover how much you can eat with theall-you-can-eat 


Inclusions

  • Dinner

  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off


Exclusions

  • Drinks


Know Before You Book

  • Dress code is smart casual