We've been to this place several times in last years. In my opinion, this is the closest to a gaucho churrascaria we find in the city. The buffet's quality is excellent, though its variety is not very large. However, meat is the best we can find. And besides, we haven't been to a churrascaria to have salad or vegetables...
We notice some subtile details we can only find in a real gaucho barbecue, such as some cuts and some specific deserts we only find in Southern Brazil. Staff comes from the south of the country and they kept the real churrasco know-how.
Price is correct for this kind of restaurant (R$36 for men and R$26 for women, holiday evening).
There is a playground for kids and there is an assistant responsible for the kids. Parents can leave them there while they eat.
I do recommend this place if you like the taste of Brazilian barbecue.
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