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Bringing the unique rodizio experience from southern Brazil to the heart of Beverley, Chamas Beverley stokes every carnivore’s appetite with its enticing selection of grilled prime meats, cooked over an open fire and served sizzling hot directly from the spit to the table by the restaurant’s friendly waiters, all at one fixed price. With a delightful range of Latin American wines and cocktails on offer, dining rarely gets this spectacular anywhere else at Wednesday Market or within the town centre. Just remember to reserve ahead to avoid disappointment.
Food was amazing,left feeling very full and satisfied! Highly recommend this restaurant.
Another great experience at a great venue with fantastic service
Good restaurant and food but expensive tho and no military discount
Dear diners, please note that due to high demand, this restaurant operates a 1 hour and 45 minutes seating period for each reservation.
For Beverley’s foodies, Wednesday Market has been the go-to spot for some of the town centre’s finest eats, and Chamas Beverley is here to up the ante with a show-stopping feast of premium grilled meats, plated and served to you directly from spit to table by the restaurant’s passadores. Carnivores, eat your heart out. In true Brazilian rodizio fashion, Chamas Beverley features up to fifteen different cuts of meat – all yours to enjoy for one single price – promising an experience like no other.
Start with the all-you-can-eat salad bar, where you take your pick from a tempting range of homemade hot and cold gourmet dishes, then flip your double-sided card to green to signal the waiters to begin their service. Up for grabs are bite-sized portions of picanha com alho (top sirloin with garlic), along with classic Brazilian favourites such as the bife ancho (ribeye) and cordeiro (boneless leg of lamb). Feeling adventurous? Have a go at the coração de frango (chicken hearts), and if you need to work up some courage for that, the restaurant’s collection of Latin American wines or speciality cocktails could do just the trick. Conveniently located at Wednesday Market, a few minutes’ walk from Beverley railway station in the town centre, dining at Chamas Beverley is one local highlight that’s not to be missed. Don’t forget to reserve ahead of your visit, however, as seats tend to fill up fast.