It's all about the meat. Fiasca is one of San Salvador's few Rodizio restaurants, which means they keep the carne coming. Rodizio is an all-you-can eat Brazilian style of dining in which waiters bring huge skewers of meat or fish to your table and slice the cuts onto your plate. Fiasca specializes in the picañha or top rump cut, which many Brazilians consider to be beef's finest. And at Fiasco you don't wait long for your second helping, as the restaurant maintains a ratio of 18 servers to a maximum 92 diners. Opened in October 2007, Fiasca Do Brasil is the principal restaurant of the luxury Intercontinental Real hotel and offers a unique, high-end dining experience for a reasonable price. As a result, the place is often packed and reservations are required. Ask for one of the raised booths along each wall, which are off the busy main dining floor.
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- Highly Recommended 2010
- tel: 503/2211-3333
- Calle Sisimiles and Boulevard de Los Hereos
- San Salvador
- Daily 6am-10:30am, noon-3pm, and 7-11pm
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