31 Jul '15, 12am

Ting Chin think this will fit with my rolled oats diet.

Ting Chin think this will fit with my rolled oats diet.

Many of you would have heard of Carnivore – especially the meat-loving, protein-bulking boys – so its newly opened sister restaurant Carnes & Caipirinha could potentially be the next place to flock to. On top of being the only charcoal-fired Brazilian Churrascaria in Singapore, it also offers the largest range of premium meats at the lowest prices during Happy Hour. Despite it being a more tiring and sweaty process for the chefs, slow-roasting the meats (pictured below) over a charcoal fire helps retain the meats’ rich flavours and leave an irresistible smoky fragrance. Carne & Caipirinha revitalises the traditional Brazilian gaucho (cowboy) cuisine in Singapore, whereby waiters move around the restaurant with skewers, slicing meat onto the patron’s plate (pictured below). The concept originated from the fireside roasts of the gauchos when they herded cattle from field to ...

Full article: http://sg.openrice.com/singapore/article/carne-caipirinha...

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