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.

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