We were also given a special two-sided disk we were told we could use to control the pace of our meal. The green side was to signal a gaucho chef to bring over skewers of sizzling fire-roasted meats and the red side to signal a stop. We complemented our experience with a decadent dessert and a traditional Brazilian limeade beverage. Of the food, the best thing I liked was the absolutely tasty roasted meat. Apparently, the preparation of meat is deeply rooted in Brazilian tradition. The Brazilians call it churrasco, which is Brazilian barbecue. Long skewers are used to cook the meats over an open fire. Charrasco is more than just a way of cooking. It is a way of life for many Brazilians. The service was fabulous too. In fact, it was a special experience for all of us. What made this experience stand out more was the very different style of dining there and the personalized attention from all the staff. The waiters were very careful to note if we needed any more meat. And during the meal, the customer service manager also appeared to make sure that everything was running smoothly. In terms of Brazilian culture, what I could gather is that not only do Brazilian’s enjoy meat but also they are very generous in offering food. There was a great variety on offer but they gave a lot of each item too as if we were here for some celebration or we had told them that someone else was going to join us shortly. Eating Out at Fogo De Chao Restaurant.
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