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Carnaval Churrascaria

Assalamualaikum w.b.t..

Last week we had an invitation from our boss for a departmental dinner.This is the third time I join in with the whole Renewable Energy team for official makan-makan. So we had this dinner session at a weird place named Carnaval Churrascaria, (I still had a problem of pronouncing this restaurant's name) somewhere near to the Atria Mall in Damansara Jaya SS22, Petaling Jaya.
















































Carnaval Churasscaria is one such Brazilian Restaurant, decked out with Brazilian national colour of yellow and green. It is a brazillian style where all the meats are grilled and the waiter come to each table with knives and skewered meat and slice it for us.. For non-MEAT lovers, you may opt for the non-meety buffet..they actually have rice, pasta, potatoes, salads and some seafood.
For those who loves garlic bread, you should try their garlic bread which mixed with cheese..Two thumbs up!! yummy!



























Some pictures on Brazillian Dance Samba as an ambience in their restaurant complete the atmosphere that you are really in Brazil now!




























The waiters which is called Passadors was move very fast.. They don't even stop when we wanted to snap their picture holding the skewer. But I understand that they need to move fast as the tables quite occupied that night. So here some pics that I managed to snap.





I tasted all of them including chicken sausages, prawn, garlic bread, lamb shoulder, garlic lamb, chicken and fish fillet. The waiter will come around the table with a long skewer, and if you want them, they'd carve you a slice there and then.  I kept thinking the guy was going to cut me or something- the carving knives looked bloody murderous. But they were real professional (and tolerant of my lame jokes)


Our Boss





























Girls will  always be girls..Us striking a pose at Carnaval Churrascaria after the end of dinner session.


























Overall it is an interesting place for gathering provided the good service and nice food.

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