In Brazilian culture, barbecue (churrasco) isn’t just a pastime, its a way of life. A history that stretches back more than four centuries ago, where meats are placed on spear like skewers slowly cooked on the grill. Braza keeps that tradition alive in their all you can eat buffet. On rotation are pork and beef ribs, lamb, chicken, brazilian sausage, chicken hearts, pork as the skewers are carried around the establishment spreading their reach seasoning of aroma.
Super friendly roving waiters circulate to all tables (rodizio style) carving the freshly cooked meat straight onto your plate. Traditional churrasco is cooked over coal.
Drinks are sold separately and the accompaniments served on arrival are for the duration of your seating – that’s dependent on how much you can eat and can take. These didn’t seem to be topped up.
The problem with the outdoor areas are the constant flow of birds that like to swoop in through tables and rest on booths staring out your plates. Unfortunately we needed cutlery and plates replaced after one came out of no where and stomped all over our table. Other than that, great experience.