I was a little concerned when I saw that the restaurant was in such a strange location (5th floor of a building) and that by the time we arrived it was completely empty. But this was just a first impression. One hour later the restaurant was full, there was live music (a tad too loud, but bearable), and the food was great. We were very well served.
This was one of the best rodizio churrascarias I have tried outside Brazil. I was very surprised to see they had all the meat cuts that is difficult to find here in Europe (cupim, costela de boi, picanha, coração de galinha).
Next time I'm in Switzerland, I will definitely try this restaurant again.
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