Going Brazilian

Last night, we hit the town with a group of friends and ate dinner at a Brazilian Steakhouse.  We ordered drinks and each got a plate with a fork, knife, and tongs.  Side dishes were placed in the center of our table to share including salad, beans, potato salad, and rice.  The waiter came around often with giant metal skewers of beef and chicken.  Some of the meat was taken off the skewers completely and some you had to grab with your tongs as the waiter carved a piece off.  There was no limit to the food.  For the "dinner" price, you could eat as much or as little as you wanted.

My favorite part was the grilled pineapple coated with cinnamon - it was heaven on a skewer :)

After dinner, we hit up one of our favorite hang-outs on the main street of an area called the Sinjang Shopping Mall for the remainder of the evening.  It's not a "mall" as you normally think, but streets brightly lit with neon lights and lined with many stores and street vendors.

"Since there is nothing more worth having than friends, never lose a chance to make them."  -Francesco Guicciardini

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