Brazil Brazil is an international restaurant. It became famous because of its Churrasco Buffet. If you are a meat-lover, you should not missed to visit this restaurant. Aside from the Brazilian flavor and facade, there is one thing that makes this restaurant unique. To find what it is, here are the following reviews from some of our colleagues and foodies by heart.
A review from Tsinoyfoodies.com
Stacy Liong is a foodie since birth and she is the main blogger of www.tsinoyfoodies.com. For her, eating out is a fun social activity. She visited Brazil Brazil buffet restaurant because she heard a lot of raves about it from her fellow foodies. Here’s what she have found eating at Brazil Brazil Manila restaurant.
THE BUFFET AREA
The area was bright and lively with its festive colors. But, what really stood out to gain attention is the masks displayed on its walls.
They offered two salad dressing so we tried both. I personally prefer the Caesar Salad because the Thousand Island tasted like a the usual blend of ketchup and mayonnaise. Nevertheless, w enjoyed this because the vegetables were fresh and crunchy.
We were surprised at the loadsome BBQ platter when it arrived. It had Sweet Corn Cob, Hanging Beef Tenders, Pork Belly, Pork Shoulder, Chicken Thighs, Frankfurter Sausage, Banana, Beef Brisket and Java Rice. Each of them where equally good. It just depends on your preferrence. Like if you want lean meat and less oil, go for the Chicken Thighs. If you want it lean and beefy, get the Hanging Beef Tenders and the Beef Brisket. If you want it fatty, then the Pork Belly is for you. If you’re feeling guilty, you can opt for the Pork Shoulder. The Frankfurter Sausage is always a tasty option.
Brazil! Brazil! Churrascaria is a great place to satisfy your meat cravings. Deal price or regular price, you get savory and delectable loadsome of meat at an affordable price.
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Maria Cecilia, who usually celebrates her birthday at home alone since her mother passed away last 2005, tried a different way this time by celebrating her special day through dining in different restaurants together with her special friends. She felt very fortunate to have very good friends and took time to spent a day with her. One of the fine restaurants that they visited was Brazil Brazil restaurant at Metrowalk Pasig. She made an article about her birthday escapade in different restaurants and here’s her review about Brazil Brazil.
Brazil Brazil, is obviously Brazilian…(LOL), eat all you can at reasonable prize… You will be given the YoYo with colors Yellow and Green, and when the Green side is turned, it means, you are ready to get whatever roasted something that they will offer you.
There is a buffet table that offers Pasta, Rice, Viand, Salad, Desserts and Soup. You can serve yourself while waiting for the “Anything Roasted”or what they called Churrascaria Barbecue, that the waiters will offer you, such as the Roasted beef, roasted pork belly, chicken barbecue, sausage, sausage with cheese, Cattlefish, roasted pineapple and banana (roasted fruits are great).
Those anything roasted arrived one after another and will only stop offering food when you told them. When you are done, you can bring home the YoYo as your souvenir.
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Comments from Unsugarcoatedreviews.com
The Unsugarcoatedreviews.com made a review about Brazil Brazil restaurant when its Churrasco feast platter was featured in Metrodeal.
The Churrasco feast platter was good for two and included the following: delicate beef brisket, pork belly, hanging tender, pork shoulder, chicken thighs, heavenly frankfurter sausage, Java rice, banana (saba) and Japanese corn.TASTE – The meats were flavorful and juicy. They reminded me of just why I was a meatlover! I’m a picky eater and one of the things I don’t eat is fat trimmings. The meats in the platter were lean and suited me quite well. Next time I have to try the buffet.INTERIORS – The restaurant was smaller than I thought but didn’t feel cramped. Lighting was okay and adequate. Decorations were modern and weren’t overboard (I was expecting a lot of huge and colorful decorations to capitalize on the Brazilian theme). The masks on the walls were nice to look at — I wish they had more and bigger ones.
CLEANLINESS – The dining section as well as the CR were both clean.
SERVICE – Good. I was expecting the food to take a little long to arrive since meat takes longer to cook, but the food arrived faster than I expected.
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Brazil Brazil Philippines Branches
Brazil Brazil Serendra: The Piazza, One Serendra, McKinley Parkway Fort Bonifacio, Taguig, M. Mla. (02) 856-0671
Brazil Brazil Rockwell: Power Plant Mall, Rockwell Drive Corner Estrella Street RockwellCenter, Makati, M. Mla, (02) 899-
Brazil Brazil Metrowalk Pasig: Metrowalk Commercial Complex Meralco Ave., Pasig City (02) 638-6318
Brazil Brazil Menu
International buffet from soup, salad, pasta, rice, main courses and desserts plus Brazil Brazil’s wide array of Brazilian Churrasco.
Brazilian Churrasco BBQ
Chicken Thigh, Porkloin, Pork Belly, Pork Ribs, Beef Hanger Tender, Beef Brisket, Beef Striploin, Sausage, Cuttlefish, Lamb, Pineapple, Corn, Banana
Brazil Brazil Price
Lunch/ Dinner – Php628.00 net/ head every Monday-Friday.
Lunch/ Dinner – Php777.00 net/ head every Saturday and Sunday
Twitter Peepz Talking About Brazil Brazil Restaurant
— Edward Gonzales (@briaan_g) September 6, 2012
— czarina (@candidlyczarina) July 14, 2011
Brazil brazil: ang mahal!!! Hehe pero super sarap! Tuloy2 ang paghain ng meat! Super sarap nung grilled saging! Hehe
— Ercia (@johnerwina) July 27, 2010
— Edward Gonzales (@briaan_g) September 6, 2012
— Verg Samaniego (@verdzielicious) April 30, 2013
— Adiel Dionisio♥ (@angelicaadiel) April 28, 2012