Had a dinner-meeting with the rest of the members of the virtual team last week at Brazil Brazil Churrascaria in Metrowalk. My first time there actually, but I had fun, and so did the rest of the team.
I didn’t have any expectations, but it was a pleasant surprise–a unique dining experience. I thought food was just the international buffet, but didn’t realize that that the real food offered was the wide variety of grilled meats served right at your table side, non-stop as long as the yo-yo, which serves as indicator shows green on the top–all for P750.
Move it to red, and the grilled meats stop coming in.
Churrasco, I later learned is a popular dish that originated in Latin America and is the staple food of the gauchos or cowboys of Southern Brazil for centuries.
Brazilian churrasco simply means barbecue.
What makes the difference is the variety of thick-cut meats grilled over wood or charcoal embers on a custom made churrascarias (restaurants specializing in Brazilian barbecues.
The waiters move from table to table bringing different meats on skewers from which they slice and carve slices unto your plate.
Here are the appetizers
and more salads.
the international buffet
of course, the desserts
the blueberry cheesecake
Oh yes, it was an experience. Will I come back? Yes, I will.