Business dinner on a Thursday evening. Ambience is dull,tables are packed but that evening very little attendance.
The starter's buffet offers a good selection of salads, shrimps, fish, salamis, cheese..
The service works as in the typical churrascarias where you have a sign on your table you can turn to red or green: if you have it on green waiters will stop by with their offering of grilled meat cuts, cheeses, fried bananas and potatoes, etc.
The cuts offered weren't that special, with not a large variety.
I suggest you don't miss the Picanha which is the best cut by far, especially if you can get a ' first cut'.
Desserts were OK.
All together you eat a lot, well though, but... not a flight to heaven..