Fazenda, Rodizio Bar & Grill has a swanky moody interior, with low lighting and intimate bar and dining areas, accentuated with leather saddles, wine bottles and cowhide panels. Showcasing what it describes as '.. all the tradition behind the unique Brazilian way of serving.' So what does this mean? There's a generous buffet section, with cured meats, cheeses, salads, vegetables, (with hot and cold dishes),
And then at Fazenda, the servers walk around the restaurant, (they call them 'meat chefs'), and offer to your table freshly carved joints. chicken, lamb, beef, gammon & pineapple... there's an long list of different meats and cuts. It feels like an endless parade of food tempting you at your table. But to avoid constant interruption they've a colour coded traffic light system on your table. Just flip to red if you don't want to be offered what's passing next. Green? Bring it on! Cue a server stood next to you with a skewer and carving knife.
So how much does it all cost? There's tiered dining fixed prices for lunch or dinner. For example £32.50 after 5pm evenings.
I know what you're thinking. It's a veggie's nightmare, Probably is. As an ex veggie (I know, I tried) , I was conscious of meat as the main attraction. Although they do offer some fish options, and vegetarian and vegan options menu, But the buffet salad bar is an exquisite veggie heaven.
I was conscious of diners with allergies, but they've very extensive labelling explaining what's what,