Food Reviews

All the meats at Carne & Caipirinha are slow-roasted over a charcoal fire.
Only sheltered outdoor seating is available.

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Food review: Carne & Caipirinha

August 27
The Brazilian all-you-can-eat experience hits the heartlands
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