Porto Alegre Brazilian Steakhouse
Churrasco, which means barbeque, is a tradition for more than 3 centuries in a region in southern Brazil, known as the Pampas (High Plains). The old gauchos (local ranchers) cooked large portions of poultry, pork and beef on skewers over an open fire pit. This original and unique way of roasting meat conserved the characteristic taste of each portion, leaving the cuts full of their natural juices and flavors.
The Brazilian festive tradition comes to life at Porto Alegre Brazilian Steakhouse, as a welcomed diner, you will enjoy a vast selection of roasted meats carved at your table along with a variety of hot Brazilian dishes and one of the largest and freshest salad bars in the country. Come enjoy Porto Alegre Brazilian style steakhouse, service and atmosphere.