A 10-minute taxi ride from the centro, this enormous, 600-seat rodízio-style restaurant might just be the best value in town. Waiters traverse the dining room with skewers of grilled sausage, chicken, pork, and beef, slicing off as much as you want. You can mosey over to the buffet laden with salads, vegetables, and desserts. For something different, ask for cupim, a cut of meat taken from the hump of the Brahma cattle bred in Paraguay and Brazil.
Jul 7, 2003
This is a place where I would return if I ever go back to Asuncion. They have great meats, well cooked, excellent flavor, all-you-can-eat style, and sometimes there's a band. Washrooms are clean and it has air conditioning.