The Cape has a large Brazilian population, and you can find many of these residents, plus plenty of satisfied visitors, at this all-you-can-eat churrascaria. Be prepared for some serious feasting—this experience is not for nibblers or vegetarians. Waiters circulate through the dining room offering more than a dozen grilled meats—beef, pork, chicken, sausage, and even quail—on swordlike skewers. You can help yourself to a buffet of soups, salads, and side dishes,
including farofa (a couscous-like dish made of manioc), plantains, rice, and beans. The atmosphere is often loud and jovial. For dessert, the homemade flan is the best choice.