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Baires (the Argentinean name for Buenos Aires) is made up of small, brightly colored rooms on the lower floor and a large, lively room upstairs. It is frequented by Hispano Americans. The friendliness and warmth hits you as you enter the restaurant and you will find a menu that is typically South American. Amongst the Argentinean dishes, Empanadas al horno and Matambre are worthy of note but the meat dishes are the specialties of the house; Guiso criollo (beef stew), Pastel de papas y carne (meat and potato timbale) and Parillada (barbecued meats, served with a selection of salsas). There are homemade desserts such as Dulce de leche and Pastelito de dulce de membrillo (puff pastry filled with quince and fried). Considering its popularity, booking is advisable.
When in Rome, you want some Brazilian flavor to add more spice in your food itinerary, then Carioca Restaurant Rome will delight you. Known for their sizzling Churrasco beef steaks and other Brazilian dishes, Carioca is a chic restaurant. If you are not into meat, then there are good seafood dishes that will please you. Tipple some fantastic wine while waiting for your delicious meal and get pampered by their warm hospitality.
In Churrascaria Berimbau you will find succulent meats in skewers carved out to you at your table. There is also a delightful salad buffet if you are not into meats. You will find the taste and flavor of Brazil very evident in this lovely restaurant.
The Churrascaria Imperio Gaucho offers exotic Brazilian steak and barbecue dishes right in the middle of Rome. Their main specialty is the churrasco, which is a type of meat that is grilled to perfection on fine skewers and then rubbed a little with coarse salt. The meat is then put in different types of dishes or is even eaten in a roll or wrap. Apart from this fabulously tasty dish, they also have some typical Latin American classics like Empanadas and Tortas.