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TORAVESOGURIRU - Brazilian Restaurant in Yokohama China town

All-you-can-eat style restaurant. Reservation is a MUST.

When you are getting a bit tired of Japanese foods and would like to have something different for a change, how about a Brazilian all-you-can-eat style restaurant in Yokohama China town? It's one of the best choices when you want to hang out with your friends. Their spacious interior is perfect for all types of parties and gatherings. They have English-speaking staff as well.

Enjoy more than 20 types of Churrasco as much as you can eat - starting from sausages, garlic chicken steak and something rare such as cow heart. They cut roasted delicious meat on skewers into servings before your eyes. You place a circle card on the table with green color up when you are ready to eat more and flip it over to red when you are full or would like to pass something you don't like.

They also serve a big baked pineapple on skewers (Abacaxi) as a dessert.

This restaurant is run by YOKOHAMA MIZUNOBU (an old-established famous fruit store). Therefore, in addition to delicious Churrasco, they have so tasty and juicy fruits as well as over 50 kinds of hors doeuvres, salads and desserts, which are the reasons behind many repeat customers. Brazilian popular dish, feijao is also available.

There is a Mini-aquarium owned by Yoshimoto Kogyo (major Japanese entertainment conglomerate based in Osaka) in the same building. Probably because of that, their young comedians before their debut frequently dine at the restaurant. Even though you don't understand Japanese, you can tell they are the Yoshimoto comedians by looking at how they are lively and say funny things around the salad buffet area. :-)

Please make a note reservation is a MUST to visit this popular place. Although they have about 200 seats, I have visited there with my friend and just two of us could not get in twice without reservation! Lesson learned from that and I always make sure to make reservations in advance since then. During the month of your birthday, you can order a big special cake. Lunch is available only on Saturday, Sunday & Holiday. They sometimes have SAMBA night to entertain customers. (FYI - There is a 100 yen shop in the same building.)

TORAVESOGURIRU
Business hour :
Saturday & Sunday & Holiday Lunch: 11:30 - 15:30(L.O.15:00)
Monday - Saturday Dinner: 17:30 - 23:00(L.O.22:30)
Sunday & Holiday 17:30 - 22:30(L.O.22:00)

Access:
Minatomirai Line Motomachi Chinatown Station Exit 1 or 2, 10-minute walk
JR Ishikawacho Station The north exit (Chinatown exit), 8-minute walk

Address:
China square building 6F, 144, Yamashitacho, Naka-ku, Yokohama city
Tel: 045-228-0087 (Reservation is a MUST)
All you can eat style dinner: 4,150 yen
2 hours' unlimited drinks plan is available.

http://r.gnavi.co.jp/g396705/lang/en/

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