Brazilian rodizio, the art of grilling large amounts of chicken, sausage, pork, and beef, has finally come to Nassau within this annex of the fabled Graycliff hotel. Set in the same building as Graycliff's cigar factory and shop, within a generously proportioned, high-ceilinged enclave that's vaguely reminiscent of the long-ago British regime, it's fun, colorful, and filling. A staff wearing gaucho-inspired shirts invites you to the salad bar and then makes endless runs from the grill to your plate with skewers of assorted grilled meats -- plus occasional raciones of grilled pineapple -- as part of a ritual that evokes South America's pampas and plains. The only option available is the set-price dinner noted. Vegetarians or the not-terribly-hungry can easily make do with a meal composed entirely from the salad bar.
- © Frommer's 2013
- Recommended 2010