Time Out says
It's traditional churrascaria dining at this Notting Hill Brazilian restaurant – that means as-much-as-you-can-eat skewers of meat carved at your table. This is one of three Rodizio Ricos in London, and there's another in Birmingham, too.
There's certainly plenty to get your teeth into. The skewers range from rump, beef ribs and leg of lamb to spare ribs, sausages, chicken wings, chicken legs, leg of pork and picanha - a cut of beef popular in Brazil. BBQ vegetables, salads and sides are also available.
A dessert trolley is wheeled round, too. Expect ice creams and a banana or pineapple flambé alongside traditional Brazilian desserts such as brigadeirao (chocolate mousse), quindim (coconut pudding) and pudium de leite condesado (a crème caramel made with condensed milk).
111 Westbourne Grove
|Transport:||Tube: Bayswater tube|
|Price:||Buffet £23.50 (£19.50 vegetarian)|
|Opening hours:||Dinner served 6pm-midnight Mon-Fri. Meals served noon-midnight Sat, Sun|
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