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Eating like kings at a churrascaria

By Thushan Amarasiriwardena | 1 Comment » February 28th, 2008

Brazilians love their buffets. Tonight for dinner we went to a churrascaria, a traditional Brazilian eatery, where we ate like kings (and paid royally too). Think of a churrascaria like a buffet where the food comes to you. Finely dressed servers walk around with spits of equally fine cuts of meat. Have your full in today’s photo gallery.

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One Response to “Eating like kings at a churrascaria”

  1. Cau Says:

    Dear Longjaunt guys,

    How are you going?.. I believe that you’re not bad at all, with all this beaches and this wonderful dinner!!
    Hope you’re well.
    Best wishes,

    Cau

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