Rodizio is not a restaurant chain; Rodizio is a Brazilian speciality which is becoming increasingly popular in Europe, and translates to “rotating or turning”. After over 300 years, this has a double meaning at our restaurant:
On the one hand, the rotating refers to the large spits in the grill containing all sorts of meat delicacies, such as turkey wrapped in bacon, Brazilian sausages, legs of lamb, pork legs, pork filled with cheese and wrapped in bacon, smoked pork chops, chicken hearts, chicken wings, chicken drumsticks and picanha, and on the other, it refers to our cortadores (modern-day gauchos), who constantly circulate around the restaurant slicing these juicy pieces of meat off the spit and onto your plate.
Before the main meal, we provide a salad, various dips and baguettes on the table, which can be replenished whenever you want. Then it’s down to business, because that’s when the cortadores come in with the meat spits and slice the delicacies off the spit and onto your plate as often as you wish.
These always come with a vast range of freshly prepared sides, such as grilled potatoes, polenta, frijoles (Mexican black beans with bacon), crumbed zucchini, carrots, broccoli, French beans, rosemary potatoes, apple rings and bananas with cinnamon.
Vegetarians also get their money’s worth, because even if you don’t like meat, you can fill yourself up on the sides, salad, dip and baguettes. Vegetarians who eat fish can also treat themselves to a grilled fillet.
Everything can be brought to the table as often as you wish as soon as it is ready. And to finish, you’ll then be given some sweet culinary delights.
To add a bit of fun to things, you can send us signals using the traffic lights provided on your table; because dining has never just been about having a full plate.
Green: “We’re hungry.”
Red: “We’d like a break." or “I’m full.”
Fun and joie de vivre are just as important, and that’s exactly what you’ll experience at our Rodizio.