Time Out says
Go on an all-you-can-eat meat adventure that’s fully customisable
If you come to Braza during lunch you’ll find plenty to sate even the deepest midday hunger pangs, from flame-grilled flank steak sandwiches to burgers stuffed with two types of protein (there’s one with both beef and pulled pork, and another that combines barramundi and bacon), but if you really want to make the most of your experience at this unapologetically OTT barbecue house, the all-you-can-eat churrasco is the only way to go.
Once you’re seated, a parade of passadores (carvers) swing by, slicing a seemingly endless variety of meats onto your plate. There’s some 20 different cuts on rotation – lamb rump, scotch fillet and pork belly are a given, but save some stomach real estate for more diverse offerings like chicken hearts, barramundi grilled in banana leaf and traditional house-made sausages. Swipe each bite with malagueta chilli if you’re not afraid of heat, hough there’s also chimichurri, aioli and catupiry, a Brazilian cream cheese, available if you’d prefer to stay cool.
The drinks menu stays on theme, with a whole section dedicated to Caipirinhas, the national cocktail of Brazil, where you can reconfigure your glass with different fruits and liquors – the Sakerinha for example, adds saké and strawberry into the mix.