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No. 86 East Coast Road
#01-39 Katong Village
Singapore
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Telephone: (65) 6348-8406
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Restaurants » Buffet, Steakhouses , Brazilian
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Brazilian Barbecue or ‘Churrasco’ was the traditional meal of the ‘gauchos’ of Southern Brazil for centuries before spreading to Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo.

‘Churrascaria de Rodizio’ simply refers to the special way of serving the customers, where ‘Passadors’ bring carefully barbecued meats on skewers from table to table and slice generous portions onto your plate.

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  1. Guttercat
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     29 Aug 2008 at 11:29 am
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    Went for lunch with my colleagues on Tuesday, as OK Shabu Shabu just across the road wasn't open.

    @ SGD 15.80 (no GST) for a lunch buffet, we thought it was pretty value for money.

    The mushroom soup was pretty good, though a tad watery, & the salad selection excellent. A colleague did complain about the beef in the Stroganoff being tough as old leather.

    But one bite of their thickly slathered garlic bread gives one a tiny glimpse of heaven.

    Out of the 6 Churrasco offered, only the Char Siew & Rump steak really stood out. Everything else was simply too dry, even the Prawns & Dory fillet, which made it oft times hard for one to choke them down.

    If I wanted to eat Char Siew, I'd have gone to one of those Shao La stalls nearby.

    Nevertheless, it still is pretty value for money, considering how full I was even until dinner time.

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    1. ladyironchef
      ladyironchef said:
      ah cheap! i also went before, but the one i went its at queenstown there. but i find it too salty
      29 Aug 2008 at 2:58 pm
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