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(Closed) Senor Santos

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Located at The Foundry Clarke Quay, Senor Santos is a churrascaria which offers a uniquely Brazilian dining experience. It serves a wide variety of top quality imported meat and Brazilian dishes. There are both buffet and ala carte.

Fri to Sun and PH: 12.00pm - 3.00pm and 4.00pm - 2.00am, Mon to Thu: 12.00pm - 2.30pm and 4.00pm - 1

+65 63367741
$52 based on 18 submissions
4.5

1 for 1 Happy Hour

Should drop by Santos!!!1 for 1 Happy Hour with great service!!!Definitely worth the try...;)

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• 21 Aug 2011 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Disappointing

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Have been to a number of Churrascaria style restaurants here and abroad, and in terms of food quality, this is definitely the bottom of the pile. Almost everything was overcooked and dry. The lamb was tough and chewy, as was the ham and chicken. The beef hump, perhaps the least overcooked, was overwhelmingly fatty.

The salad bar was also underwhelming in choice. No offer of desserts at the end of the service.

Ambience was ok for a large group. Otherwise, no real reason to return.

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• 19 Jul 2011 • 1 review • 0 follower

1 for 1 Happy Hour

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Should drop by Santos!!!1 for 1 Happy Hour with great service!!!Definitely worth the try...;)
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• 27 Dec 2010 • 1 review • 0 follower

Disappointed

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Tried two other Brazilian restaurants before, heard this is a recently opened one so gave it a try.

Was expecting they would serve Turkey since it's Christmas. Was disappointed that staff was not as friendly as the other two places. Although the meat quality was okay, however they were a bit too salty. Average wait for another serve to come was 10 - 20 mins. Stopped serving after 10pm while we've only eaten a few pieces of meat. There were not enough staff and not enough varieties.

No UOB discount due to holiday season and we ended up paying $60 per person and no one was full. Definitely not going back.

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