It’s not often one comes across a meat buffet, much less one that has waiters moving around the restaurant with skewers, slicing meat onto the patron’s plate. This serving style is known as “rodizio“, a very popular dining concept in Brazil. Eat-all-you-can grilled meat buffet while getting served? Sounds like a brilliant deal.
– Gail & Jem
“Carne” stands for meat, while “Caipirinha” means cocktail. All of C&C’s beef and chicken are directly imported from Brazil, and they are the only Brazilian churrascaria in Singapore that uses charcoal fire for roasting the quality meats, which gives great flavour to the meat. Chef Noelio Scheibel is a gaucho – a traditional cowboy – hailing all the way from Rio Grande do Sul. He has over 36 years of experience under his belt in whipping up authentic Brazilian churrasco.
You can enjoy the largest range of premium meats at the lowest price when you dine in during Happy Hour. Read to the end for the Happy Hour hours!
G & J: How this works: every patron will have one of these coasters. On on side it’s green (which means giving the green light for the waiter to go ahead and serve you the different meats), and on the flip side it’s red (which means you wish to slow down or stop eating for the moment). The waiters will serve according to how you reflect your coaster, so you can adjust and decide your pace of eating accordingly. Pretty cool alfresco dining!
G & J: The beef rump is a rare cut that is not commonly found in Singapore, as it can only be found in the humped Brazilian cattle known as zebu. It contains more marbling than other parts of the beef. May we recommend the beef rump cap (picanha), beef rump (alcatra) and fish (escolar)? Though all the different meats were marvelous in their own ways, these three stood out for us. Eat them together with the grilled pineapple!
G & J: The cuts are clean and concise. Each piece of meat is carefully carved to ensure the best flavour in your mouth.
G & J: Special lime sorbet with a twist (red hot chilli). This wasn’t in the menu but the chef wanted to be funky. Don’t we all love spontaneous chefs like that?
G & J: First ever soft drink produced in Brazil. Tasted slightly fruity and zesty.
Caipirinha – $12
G & J: This is Brazil’s national cocktail, which packs a fruity punch. The Cachacas 51 rum was not too strong; in fact the fresh lime and sugary taste shone brighter. If you don’t like the strong taste of alcohol, this is for you.
Skol Pilsner – $14
G & J: The beer is Brazil’s most popular beer but not really our favourite for the night. The sharp bitter aftertaste may not be suitable for all.
Buffets mostly tend to be food that is hastily cooked in mass, but at this meat buffet everything is all carefully grilled and roasted to perfection, before serving. Whether you’re a buffet person or not, this is one place you must try at least once before you give your verdict. Needless to say, meat lovers will love this.
Blk 106, Sunset Way
Clementi Street 12, #01-50
Mondays to Saturdays 5.30pm – 11pm
Sundays & PH 5pm – 11pm
Mondays to Saturdays 5.30pm – 7pm
Sundays & PH 5pm – 6pm
* Price per pax during Happy Hour is $39.90++ for adult and $18++ for child (5-12 years old).
* Price per pax after Happy Hour is $49.90++ for adult and $24++ for child (5-12 years old).
A wide variety of meats and vegetables, and a unique dining experience.