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by Justine Crowley (subscribe)
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Published June 7th 2012
The cuts of chicken at churrasco


What a great way to escape the windy, cold chilly weather that had dominated Sydney, especially through William Street, a windy part of the city. Come to Churrasco's with a group of eight people on a Tuesday night and you are home and hosed.

Bon appetit


It felt a little bit squished in at first sitting down, and the traffic light system was explained to us, like a crash course in knowing when to indicate that you would like some more food (green side up) and that you are full to the rim (red side up.) Yes, great in theory yet this system did not always work in practice. Why? Despite having the red light signal up for a bit, I was still asked if I wanted some cuts of meat from the chorizo sausage to the Brazilian beef, and yes banana fritters and salad too. Clearly I wasn't interested towards the end.

Beautiful brazilian food


Chorizo sausage was the first dish offered on a stick and chopped up and passed onto my plate. If you are a vegan or a vegetarian reading this article right now, I apologise. You would be catered to a variety of different salads and vegetables. For me, I was a meat man with the mindset to get my weekly dose of meat in one night, and tried and true it worked wonders. The bacon was a bit hit and miss, yet the steaks and the chorizo sausage were just great; although bits of grease at first became a little too much.

The vegetables served included eggplant and zucchini, and they were just divine. After a fair few cuts our group got used to the cycle of meats, and it felt a bit odd being offered a banana fritter after and before a meat dish. If you love uncertainty and having an open mix of different foods, you will love this place.

Chips with rocket spices


Churrasco's at William Street also presented a beautiful, stunning decor of art and wine - the epitome of Sydney. The glass of cabernet sauvignon was great for starters, and then it was time to move onto a 500ml bottle of San Pellegrino sparking mineral water. A meat degustation that was worth it with beautiful chilli sauces that did not cause your mouth to be put on fire so to speak. Great service, staff were quite educational to a degree, and if they could not answer your question - they would find out the answer and get back to you.

A beautiful treat


Great for at least 90-120 minutes and then the whole experience can become somewhat routine and a little bit boring to a degree. The same cuts get offered over and over again. However a great night out was enjoyed by all, and it was awesome that this experience was provided for by one of my clients. I will be back. Great for couples and groups alike. Nice one.

Banana fritters
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Why? Great cuts of meat, and a beautful Brazilian degustation
When: Dinner time
Phone: 02 9360 6070
Where: 60-70 William Street, Woolloomooloo NSW
Cost: $35 per person, all you can eat (drinks extra)
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