Melbourne Brazilian restaurant B’Churrasco have brought their distinctly Latin take on delicious steaks to Adelaide, setting up shop in the former P.J. O’Brien’s site of the historic East End Market Hotel. Primarily for the carnivorous diners, the restaurant serves up a mouth-watering selection of charcoal grilled (and locally sourced) beef, pork, lamb and chicken all brought still sizzling to your table on a giant skewer (practically a sword, really) by your passador who will carve off your own slice (or slices!) right there that you can grab with your own provided tongs.
The original team, including Sao Paulo native and head chef Arthur Santos, have come over from the east coast to bring their South American BBQ to appreciative Adelaide diners. The restaurant does things a little differently, meals consist of ’rounds’ where one round may consist of twelve different meats punctuated by palate-cleansing Abacaxi char-grilled pineapple slices, a quintessentially Brazilian dining practice.
In addition to the locally-sourced meats, there’s a solid representation of local bevvies, with South Aussie beers and wines on offer. The restaurant is excited about showcasing their treatment of our local meats and brews. According to their chefs, the picanha rump cap lightly seasoned with salt is the must-try selection that every meat lover must try.
If there’s another thing that Brazilians have a reputation for beyond BBQ’ing delicious steaks, it’s throwing the wildest parties in the world.
Hopefully this means we’ll soon have a totally amazing Eastend Carnaval every year.