My wife and I had dinner on our first visit to Rodizio Grill, a Brazilian steakhouse. The many choices of meats are the main attraction. A large salad bar with plenty of veggies, fruits and soups completes the meat selections. After ordering wine, our server brought three bowls of tasty, warm appetizers. After having some of the appetizers, we served ourselves at the long salad bar, which offered more than enough for a full meal. Then the first of many gauchos (waiters) came to our table with a skewer packed with a cut of grilled beef. Every few minutes, a different cut of beef, pork, chicken, some fish or glazed pineapple came to the table. For each selection you wish to try, the waiter slices a section from his skewer. You can soon have a large spread of meats on your plate. The extensive variety at the salad bar and from the skewers makes it hard to leave here hungry. Our choices were generally quite good. We decided to share a slice of key lime pie for dessert. This was as good as any key lime pie we’ve ever enjoyed. The restaurant was busy and lively, and this fit in with the active parade of gauchos beating food on skewers.
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