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The name alone deserves an award, but if you’re at all familiar with Glasgow’s Brazilliant Churrascaria & Steakhouse you’ll know that the accolades should be saved for the food and the inimitable atmosphere at this Brazilian restaurant, centrally located down Sauciehall Street in the Beresford Building and close to Charing Cross. Simply put, eating Brazilian churrascaria-style is fun, with passadores or waiters circulating among the tables with skewers of spit-roasted meat that they saw off right onto your plate. Help yourself to the salad bar, order up some South American cocktails and you’re away.
It was awesome, except for the dessert, I ordered carrot cake and what I got was a dry bit of sponge cake, no taste. Waitress was amazing 😉
For truly incredible lunch, dinner, and Sunday special prices, Brazilliant Churrascaria & Steakhouse offers Glasgow diners unlimited servings of fifteen cuts of premium meats. An all you can eat salad bar leavens the carnivorous heaven, and classic caipirinhas are just the ticket to wash it all down with. This traditional Brazilian barbecue has found itself a top spot in central Glasgow, in the landmark Beresford Building down Sauciehall Street, and with such a dining concept it’s no wonder folks are flocking to give the Brazilliant experience a whirl.
At Brazilliant Churrascaria & Steakhouse, the waitstaff – also known as passadores – will offer you an unlimited choice of meats including sausage, chicken and bacon, chicken thighs and hearts, pork and beef ribs, flank steak and pork collar, rump steak and rump cap. All this culinary action happens with a soundtrack of Brazilian music and the shaking of cocktails – and all just a short walk from Charing Cross and many Glasgow landmarks.