Churrascaria is a 250-year old Brazilian tradition developed by Gauchos, the South American cowboys who originally lived by hunting wild cattle in the Pampas, in the Rio Grande do Sul region of Southern Brazil. Today, this region and its history inspired RIO restaurant continues the tradition of gauchos' Rodizio style of serving meat by carving it with a large knife (a gaucho always carried one, called a facon) straight onto your plate with RIO's Passadors (meat carvers) serving customers at their table with their finest cuts of meat. These meats are hand-selected by their Brazilian Chef and then grilled to perfection in RIO's modern Brazilian churrasqueira. Every day, the chefs here create a selection of fresh breads, starters, salads and desserts, inspired by authentic Brazilian recipes.
Location: Al Jawhara Tower, Kuwait City