If you expect to have a typical churrascaria experience traditionally served with feijoada and its accoutrement like couve refogada and manioca, then you may be disappointed. Instead, be open to a local interpretation with a sumptuous salad and dessert buffet selection, then you will be more than pleasantly surprised. We were delighted to see the rodizio-style "gauchos" bringing the grilled meats, especially when the picanha and the pina came around.
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