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This page lists restaurants which operate in a Rodizio system; for restaurants which serve beef à la carte, check out this page with beef restaurants.

To read a bit more about what a rodizio is and how to best enjoy it, check out this Guide to Rodizio.

Rodizio restaurants

»Fogo de Chão
Av. Moreira Guimarães, 964 - Moema - Phone: (11) 5056-1795
Av. dos Bandeirantes, 538 - Vila Olímpia - Phone: (11) 5505-0791
Av. Santo Amaro, 6824 - Santo Amaro - Phone: (11) 5524-0500
Appointed by Veja magazine as the best barbecue rodizio in São Paulo; see list of best restaurants in São Paulo.
The name means Fire on the Floor. This is the way that the gauchos prepared barbecue: because they had to make it without ovens or grills, they carved a hole in the floor, stuffed it with wood and set it on fire. The restaurant still employs a similar method (see photo here).
The restaurant has branches in three Brazilian cities (São Paulo, Belo Horizonte and Brasilia) and seven American cities (including Houston, Dallas, Chicago, Washington DC; see list here). In Brazil, the price is way lower, and the meat is probably better prepared.

»Barbacoa
Rua Doutor Renato Paes de Barros, 65 - Itaim Bibi - Phone: (11) 3168-5522
Other restaurants also at Morumbi Shopping and Shopping D&D.
Established in 1990. High standard restaurant.

»Angelica Grill (no website)
Avenida Angélica, 430 - Santa Cecília - Phone: (11) 3664-0070
With affordable prices (in April 2007: R$ 15.90 Mon-Fri and R$ 21.00 Sat-Sun) and good quality, this is one of the busiest rodizios in São Paulo; arrive early to avoid queues. In the downtown area.

picanha
Waiter slices a picanha

»Boi Preto
Rua Catumbi, 1393 - Belenzinho - Phone: (11) 6291-3877
The name means Black Bull. In the Eastern part of town.

»Boizão Grill
Rua Pedro Vaz de Campos, 33 - Pari - Phone: (11) 6291-3536.
The name means Big Bull Grill. One of the several rodizios by the banks of River Tietê.

»Bufalo Grill
Avenida Vereador José Diniz, 205 - Santo Amaro - Phone: (11) 5521-8556
One of the few to serve grilled T-bone, the American way.

»Jardineira Grill
Avenida dos Bandeirantes, 1001 - Vila Olímpia - Phone: (11) 3845-0299
Very rich buffet, including sushi. Expensive (R$ 62, April 2007).

»Maninho Churrascaria (www.churrascariamaninho.com.br)
Rua Pedro Vaz de Campos, 47 - Pari - Phone: (11) 6292-3291
Reasonable prices, efficient service. Busy place.

»Montana Grill
Avenida Presidente Juscelino Kubitschek, 816 - Itaim Bibi - Phone: (11) 3078-0999
The persons posing at the homepage are Chitãozinho and Chororó, two famous singers who play in duo and own the restaurant.

»Novilho de Prata
Avenida do Estado, 8777 - Ipiranga - Phone: (11) 6914-1288
The name means Silver Calf. Established in 1987. The owner, Ari Nedeff, owns other six barbecue restaurants.

»OK
Praça Bento de Camargo Barros, 172 - Ponte Pequena - Phone: (11) 3311-7070
A mix of rodizio with nouvelle cuisine: an effort is made to always go beyond the trivial. The large buffet offers palm-heart mousse, mango soup, shrimp mayonnaise; the picanha comes with green pepper, meat includes sheep from New Zealand, cayman and ostrich.

»Poncho Verde
Avenida Doutor Guilherme Dumont Vilares, 2394 - Morumbi - Phone: (11) 3744-7450

»Ponteio Grill
Avenida Imperatriz Leopoldina, 1925 - Vila Hamburguesa - Phone: (11) 3832-4060
Depending on the season, the buffet includes fresh oysters.

»Vento Haragano
Avenida Rebouças, 1001 - Jardim Paulista - Phone: (11) 3083-4265
Barbecue prepared the gaucho way.



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