Let’s Meat Here declares Braserio’s door. And while, as a rule at Quandoo, we would prefer that people refrained from making nouns into verbs, we’re so tickled by this pun we’ll let it slide. So let’s break this down, what does this meating entail? Vegans look away now because Braseiro is a celebration of all things carnivorous, steaks, skewers, chicken or a chef’s (animal-based) special, this Singaporean star, on Joo Chiat Road, is a veritable feast of meat in a modern Brazilian churrascaria.
Note: Please make your reservations at Braseiro 1 day in advance!
Reserve a table for my hubby Birthday's surprise. Service is excellent, food are excellent, everything is excellent. My hubby love Braseiro. Thanks for everything. They have the best steak in Singapore. This steak is second to none. The chef and owner are very nice people. I like the fact that they use fresh potato for their fries and it is free flow. You must try eating here!
Very nice, good meat, and warm atmosphere. I recommand this restaurant for family or friends or celebration. French owners very nice and camembert very good!
Very nice dinner. Concept, food, service, I strongly recommand Braseiro
Brazilian food has come to Singapore in a big way in Braseiro, a wonderfully simple concept that brings the flavours of a modern churrascaria to the city’s Joo Chiat Road. It’s a simple place when you get down to it: one price, three choices of meat and an unlimited supply of chips and fresh salad. The devil is in the detail, the meat is of a supremely high quality and the traditional Brazilian grill brings a sharp charcoaled flavour to the meats.
For a city with everything, it’s pretty impressive that the Braseiro team have managed to bring something so wholly new to Joo Chiat Road. Their suck-it-and-see approach to food is bringing the best of Brazilian churrascaria to Singapore’s grateful carnivores. As wonderful balm to our hyper-consumerist culture, Braseiro’s menu has three choices and that’s your lot. We advise two things before you head down there: check if your guests eat meat, and don’t fill up on the limitless chips, otherwise, you really can’t go wrong with perfectly barbecued meat can you?