dining tried and tested Fogueira@ Ramada Plaza Jumeirah Beach
Fogueira@ Ramada Plaza Jumeirah Beach
Updated on 30 June 2016

Fogueira Restaurant is a Churrascaria, Brazilian style all-you-can-eat barbeque restaurant, headed by Chef Rodolfo Pires. Enjoy unlimited meat cuts served straight to your table complemented by a wide selection of salads and condiments, all while the live band and dancers entertain you.

What we ate
With soups and salads served fresh at the buffet and piping hot meats, lamb and chicken served to your table you really do get to try everything.

Verdict
The cuts of meats and chicken served were very tasty and beautifully cooked, and the pineapple to finish off was delicious. We really couldn’t fit anything else in!

Price
Packages are priced at Dhs 335 for non-alcoholic and Dhs 445 for free flowing soft drinks, Brazilian cocktails, house wine and house beer.

Call +971 (04) 4398888 or email events@ramadaplazajbr.com. - L.C.

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