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We first visited Brasil Churrasco 25 years ago, and amazingly the friendly passador from Rio is still there! Homey atmosphere, with a good salad bar that includes heart of palm, feijoada, and you can ask for yummy farofa too. But Brasil Churrasco doesn’t serve basil churros. The cuts of meat are not nearly as varied as at the best rodizios in Brasil, but you still find delicious picanha, cupim, chicken hearts, etc. For me, the best time to visit is for brunch on Sunday. You can enjoy a nice siesta afterwards, whereas after a dinner here you might not feel good for a long time! Anyway, you would not want to eat meat for a while after a meal here.

We first visited Brasil Churrasco 25 years ago, and amazingly the friendly passador from Rio is still there! Homey atmosphere, with a good salad bar that includes heart of palm, feijoada, and you can ask for yummy farofa too. But Brasil Churrasco doesn’t serve basil churros. The cuts of meat are not nearly as varied as at the best rodizios in Brasil, but you still find delicious picanha, cupim, chicken hearts, filet mignon, etc. For me, the best time to visit is for brunch on Sunday. You can enjoy a nice siesta afterwards, whereas after a dinner here you might not feel good for a long time! Anyway, you would not want to eat meat for a while after a meal here.

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We first visited Brasil Churrasco 25 years ago, and amazingly the friendly passador from Rio is still there! Homey atmosphere, with a good salad bar that includes heart of palm, feijoada, and you can ask for yummy farofa too. But Brasil Churrasco doesn’t serve basil churros. The cuts of meat are not nearly as varied as at the best rodizios in Brasil, but you still find delicious picanha, cupim, chicken hearts, etc. For me, the best time to visit is for brunch on Sunday. You can enjoy a nice siesta afterwards, whereas after a dinner here you might not feel good for a long time! Anyway, you would not want to eat meat for a while unless you are a sumo wrestler!

Towering skewers of meat. A fully, stocked salad bar. Its been years since I last went to a meat buffet and so I was thoroughly blown away by the meat buffet offered by the pioneer of Brazilian churrasco in Singapore ($52).

Pictured is one of their signatures, a delicious beef topside freshly sliced off a skewer. It was so juicy and the meat was perfectly cooked, just pink in the center. Another favorite of mine was the beef ribs, which were fork-tender. They also have snow fish, marinated in a tangy, sourish marinade that matched the buttery, flaky texture of the fish beautifully.

But what I liked the best was the roasted pineapple (I had 3 servings of those). The juicy caramelized sweetness, the addictive texture, all without the 'bite' on the tongue that raw pineapple has. Match that with their saltier honey baked ham or smoked duck (so juicy!) and it results in a match made in food heaven.

The salad bar provided that perfect balance with the heavier meats. Some of my favorites were the broccoli, carrot and cucumber salad. I understand why this particular outlet has withstood the test of time in a competitive market.

9.5/10

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Pretty good meat buffet but salad bar was pretty lacking. Really enjoyed the grilled pork belly, grilled pineapples and beef hump (in descending order). Other meats like lamb, beef rump and fish were a little dry, while chicken thigh was done well (it’s a cheap meat so can’t fill up on these HAHA). Salad buffet was pretty limited with the usual basic vegetables (salad base, sauces, broccoli, cauliflower, carrot) with very mediocre carbs (tasteless aglio olio, tasteless rice, 2 potato salads; go for the fresh hot grilled garlic bread instead!) and some protein (meh prawns, dry chicken, meh sausage skewers). Recommend to just go there and whack the meat buffet, cleansing your palate in between with the hot sweet goodness of the pineapple (and other fruits like watermelon and honeydew), and end off with ice cream! (Thai milk tea is pretty decent!) PSA: Only worth if you use eatigo for 50% off between 1745-1845 and 2115-2215 daily (they close at 2300)!!

Quantity was awesome. 10bux for at least 150g of meat. And my Lord was the meat well cooked. Gelatinous, really tender and quite juicy as well, the well marinated meat was toothsome. Highly recommended to share because of the generous portion

With 14 different kinds of meats like this delicious beef topside being served by their friendly passadors and a well stocked salad bar, rest assured you'll leave with a happy belly.

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Even before the Pasadores appeared, bearing tall skewers of all-you-can-eat hot grilled meats, I couldn't resist filling half my belly on the irresistible carousel buffet of salads and appetisers. There were hearty items like potato salad, egg mayo, cold pastas, black bean stew, mushrooms, as well as vegetable dishes such as blanched broccoli, grilled capsicums, sautéed onions, beetroot, fresh lettuce and even deepfried "kai lan".
In case you weren't aware, Brazil Churrascaria was the first to introduce the Brazilian grilled meats restaurant concept in Singapore back in 1994. After more than two decades, it's nice to see they still got it.
What makes this an ideal dinner spot when one craves barbecued meat is the great selection, good service and pretty good value they offer. Their cuts of meat may not be the top-of-the-line premium but the seasoning and grilling are done well.
Beef can be enjoyed in the form of ribs, hump, garlic-coated, a topside cut and tenderloin. Apart from those, the Pasadores also come around to each table to tempt with their skewers of chicken, lamb, pork ham, snow fish, and even chicken liver and heart.
Due to the layout of the place, I think this is a suitable venue for bigger groups to gather too.

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Fish, chicken on bone, beef tenderloin, smoked duck (juicy), topside, beef brisket (the latter 2 are better than the tenderloin).

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It's easy to make but it's nice to be served and makes a great complimentary bread.

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