Churrasco
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Churrasco

by Ayaka A.
(Edogawa, Tokyo)

My family loves eating very much and we often eat out. So, I have eaten a Brazilian dish once in Omotesando when I was a junior high school student. We took smorgasbord, what is called, “tabehoudai.”

Especially, I had a good impression on “Churrasco.” It was served as a chunk of meat and I was very surprised!!! I felt a peculiar smell and the taste didn’t suit my taste so much at the time.

So, I want to try it again!!

That’s all. Thank you for reading.

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