Be my guest - Most memorable meal - Churrasco, Darlinghurst, Sydney

Brisbane expat and now Sydney diva, Zoe Condon (@Princess_Zo) was inspired to visit Churrasco in Syndey by news of the launch of a Brisbane churrasco. Here's her report on how they do it.

My memorable meal

Churrasco has two restuarants in Sydney, one in Coogee and the other in Darlinghurst.

It is $35 a head for all you can eat. There is a disc on the table, one side yes, green and the other no more, red. Until you say no more, they will continue to bring food.

Brazilian food is a carnivorous delight, with every type of meat you can imagine. There is sirloin, rump and scotch fillet as well as lamb, pork belly, ham, chicken and chorizo.The chorizo and chicken sausages come directly from the open fire on sticks directly to the plate. All of the meat is really tender and more ish. It's actually really hard to stop especially when the food just keeps coming and coming. 

The only two non meat products on the menu are mini cheesy bread rolls and cinnamon glazed pineapple which we all developed a particular obsession for. 

The home made sangria is also fantastic and as everyone is seated in long tables, it makes for a very fun and enjoyable experience. 

Brazilian isn't for vegetarians, but the way if cooking delivers tender beautiful meat every time and it becomes harder and harder to turn that disc over to the red side. 

Churrasco, 60-70 William St, Darlinghurst, Sydney and Riley St