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Brazil Churrasco

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Brazil Churrasco is a restaurant inspired by Brazilian steakhouses, with a selling point of good quality meat and caiparinahs to wash it down. The restaurant at Sixth Aveven designed after a modern, up-market Rio churrascaria deco, just to add to the flavour.

Daily: 18:00 - 22:00

+65 64631923
$59 based on 9 submissions
Buffet (4 votes), After Work (3 votes)
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Really good Rodizio experience

This churrasco is really good!!! If you want to tray a very Rodizio experience, this is the place in Singapore. The beef hump Is Really good, also the picanha, the pineapple, The best Rodizio in town.

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• 15 Feb 2015 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Really good Rodizio experience

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This churrasco is really good!!! If you want to tray a very Rodizio experience, this is the place in Singapore. The beef hump Is Really good, also the picanha, the pineapple, The best Rodizio in town.
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• 23 Jan 2015 • 16 reviews • 0 follower

If you had to have to your last meal on earth!

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If you had to have one last meal on earth, then my friends, this is pretty much THE place to have it in.

When you step in this awesome place, forget calories, forget diets, forget them disappearing abs, forget the hole in the wallet aftermath. Because, this is seriously the best grilled meats in town, its beyond fantastic!!

Its not cheap for sure, but worth every penny spent (I mean, I don't know about you but I'd rather spend that amount here eating real Brazillian tastes rather than cheap rip offs like carnivore.)
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• 04 Dec 2014 • 106 reviews • 0 follower

Eat until turned vegetarian

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Be warned! This place is strictly for serious meat lovers-:)
They serve a wide variety of meat, marinated and grilled (South American style) to perfection. Ambiance is nice, quite and romantic and service is friendly. Pleasent dining experience enought to fill you apettite for meat for a month.
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