Fogueira Restaurant & Lounge
Friday brunch (Friday)
An all-you-can eat barbecue at this Brazilian churrascarria. Meat is served to your table and there's a salad bar. There will also be live entertainment from a samba duo. Dhs335 (soft drinks), Dhs445 (house beverages), Dhs875 (bubbly).
|Location:||Ramada Plaza Jumeirah Beach - Dubai Marina|
|Tel:||04 439 8888|
|Travel:||Jumeirah Beach Road|
|Cuisine:||Brazilian, South American, Steakhouses|
|Experiences:||Alcohol available, Wi-fi, All you can eat deal, Outdoor seating, Brunch served, Live music, Smoking permitted, Cocktails, Table reservations, Brunch, Valet parking available|
|Times:||Open Sat-Wed 6.30pm-midnight, Thu-Fri 6.30pm-1am|
|Credit Cards Accepted:||Yes|
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Michael Jul 13, 2013 06:56 am
very nice and lovley place.
the food ist amazing and the service is very good.
i will return very soon to this nice restaurant
Hayley Mar 10, 2013 12:35 pm
My friend took me to this restaurant and I loved it. The service was great and the waiters fun. The meat was amazing and the Salad bar had a good variety.
The alcohol and food package was well worth the money.
I will definitely be returning soon.
Maya Wanzed Feb 16, 2013 05:29 pm
What a disappointing experience.
would rate 1/10.
The salad bar was poor , with none of the traditional and sophisticated items we expected.
The churrasco meat was hard, most cuts we left untouched. Apart from the picanha which was OK,the rest was of bad quality. Too bad the picanha only came once to our table.
The service was terrible. The waiter told us the Brazilian name of some of the hot appetizers without explanation. The package includes juices, but try to get a lemonade and you will be charge extra. we sat for 30 minutes without being served the meat. after we complained to the manager, Mr Cristiano, (a very polite and responsive guy) the service started. Sadly the guy who served most of our meat seemed very inexperience at it, and would cut massively thick slices when we asked for thin, bring raw meat when we asked for well done, etc.
as for ambiance, the local music was a nice touch, but making the journey from outdoors to indoor meant passing by the grill and facing the hazard of a greased slippery floor.
Overall, this restaurant is miles away from the traditional Porcao, fogo de chao and other 5 start churrascarias. It is even below the 3 stars league of the highway churrascarias one finds in Brazil.