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The Carnivore chain of Brazilian barbecue outlets (known in Brazil as churrascaria, with a tradition stretching back to the gauchos of the Brazilian pampas) have spots for a hot grill scattered across Singapore. Carnivore CHIJMES is located in Singapore’s historic CHIJMES complex along Victoria Street. The former Catholic convent is now home to a Carnivore Brazilian restaurant that offers alfresco dining in gorgeous surrounds.
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Brazilian churrascaria are grillhouses serving traditional Brazilian barbecued meats, usually rotisserie-grilled and served to diners by passing passaderos, Brazilian waiters who expertly cook, carve and dish up meats direct from the skewer. Diners at the Carnivore chain of Brazilian restaurants have been enjoying this Brazilian culinary experience in various spots across the city. Carnivore’s CHIJMES outlet commands a prime location in the historic CHIJMES building complex. Formerly a Catholic convent, this building along Singapore’s Victoria Street is now home to a decidedly decadent way of enjoying barbecued meats.
But that’s not all that’s on offer at Carnivore CHIJMES. Diners can also help themselves to an array of salads and sides to help the mouth-watering beef, pork, chicken and lamb cuts to slide down easily. And while Carnivore CHIJMES keeps focused on serving authentic Brazilian cuisine, we can’t help but comment on the location and decor of this particularly Singaporean churrascaria. Muted ebony and oak fittings combine with beautifully lit dining areas to create an enticing atmosphere. Carnivore CHIJMES features an al fresco section where you can enjoy Brazilian cuisine while taking in a view of the gorgeous CHIJMES building along Victoria Street.