In Brazil, a rodízio is a traditional establishment meant exclusively for carnivores and basically no one else. It is an all-you-can-eat steakhouse in the most literal sense of the word--a house piled high with steak like you've never experienced steak before. South Lake Union's Novilhos Steakhouse (with another location in Bellevue) ambitiously recreates the rodízio dining experience and does a stellar job of providing first-class meats to its guests. The beef (in nine different cuts and varieties) is presented to guests table-side, and carved right in front of them. Guests are presented with a special card that is green on one side (MOREEEE MEAT!) and red on the other side (I'm so full I want to sleep and never wake up). Doesn't it seem like the red side should indicate more meat? Anyhow, it's a genius idea. It lets you, the voracious eater, guide your waiters accordingly, and saves precious mouth energy for chewing instead of talking.
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