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What Can You Expect At A Churrascaria Restaurant?

What Can You Expect at a Churrascaria Restaurant?

While not all Churrascaria restaurants are the same, there are some things that will be the same during each experience.

You will eat… a lot. Come hungry. Most Churrascaria restaurants are all-you-can-eat. You pay per person and can enjoy as many servings of cut meats and sides as you want. Pace yourself, don’t fill up too fast, and leave room for dessert. 

You will have tableside service. Traditional Churrascaria restaurants are Rodízio style. The meat is served to you while you are seated. Servers come to the table with long skewers of meat. You choose which you would like to enjoy, and the servers slice the meat right from the skewer onto your plate. It’s both fresh and fun!

You will have a night to remember. When you go to a Churrascaria restaurant, you go for two things: the food and the experience. Don’t expect to rush through your dinner. Plan to spend the evening enjoying multiple servings of table-side cut meat and making multiple trips to the sides and salad bar. 

About Terra Gaucha Brazilian Steakhouse

Terra Gaucha is an authentic churrascaria Brazilian Steakhouse in Florida with locations in Tampa and Jacksonville. The name Terra Gaucha comes from these Brazilian Cowboys known as Gauchos. These Gauchos are notorious for cooking skewered meats over an open flame after using rock salt to season the meats. Terra Gaucha Gaucho chefs take the time to select, butcher, season, and cook every single skewer so that it is just right for you. Then, the wonderful chefs come over to your table to carve off any meat of your choice.

Terra Gaucha holds great pride in continuing this practice of seasoning and cooking skewered meats over an open natural wood flame combined with our traditional rodizio-style dining to cater your needs while dining with us.

Stay connected by following @terragaucha_southtampa on Instagram, @terra_gaucha on Twitter, and @terragauchatampa @terraguacha on Facebook. For information, visit https://www.terragaucha.net.

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