Review: Ola Brasil

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Brazilian food is known for its barbecue. Thus the word, Churrasco is from a Spanish and Portugal term for grilled meat. One way of Brazilians do the cooking process is through the skewers above the hot burning charcoals. Abu Dhabi has a newly opened Brazilian restaurant that is existing for two months, the Ola Brasil Churrasco Restaurant.

Going to Ola Brasil may be difficult to some. It requires a private car or a cab to reach the place. To some who wants a private high-end dining, this is the perfect place to enjoy with a date or family. The atmosphere is surrounded with highly lighted white and yellow lights. We were greeted with all smiles and headed to our seats.

Salad Package (without beverage) – 89 AED
Ola Package (includes salad without beverage) – 159 AED
Unlimited softdrinks – 30 AED
Unlimited house beverages – 130 AED

Cheaper options from 12 noon – 3 pm:
Salad Package (without beverage) – 69 AED
Ola Package (includes salad without beverage) – 129 AED

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I was surprised with the sushi corner. Not quite as tasty than Japanese restaurants but of course we are here for the meat, baybeh! Please don’t take much in the buffet area, you should reserve yourself for the Ola package 🤤

I recommend the Cookies & Cream and Coffee Almond.

Non-Alcoholic: Lemon Mint, Virgin Mojito
Alcoholic: Caipirinha, Kiwi Caipirinha, Caipiroska

My personal favorite is the Lemon Mint where I had two glasses of it. The alcohol isn’t much of my type since my tolerance has gone low🤦🏻

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My husband enjoying the excellent service and courteous host. Honestly, I lost count of the meat I tasted. But there are some that lingered on my buds: octopus and tenderloin. Both my husband and father’s favorite is the ribs. I didn’t appreciate it with all the food I ate, though it is tenderly soft. Our stomachs weren’t ready of the overwhelming food 😱

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Located at Corcovado Mountain, Brazil’s Rio de Janeiro landmark, Christ the Redeemer. The statue stands 98 feet tall and 92 feet stretched arms.

Note:

  • Children of 5 years below are free of charge.
  • Children of 6-12 have 50% discount of the full-priced meal
  • Maximum time limit of dining is three hours.

P. S. I enjoyed the experience that I couldn’t spare the time to take an obligatory self-portrait 😉

Disclaimer
The blogger is invited in exchange for an honest review. No monetary compensation is provided.


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