Voted ‘Best Dinner and Dance Venue’ for 1999 – 2009 and nominated as a finalist for the FNB Awards’ ‘Best Occasion Restaurant’, Rodizio is definitely a restaurant to try out sooner than later. Though vibrant enough during the day, Rodizio really comes alive in the evening. They are the best restaurant to visit for a full Brazilian experience outside Brazil. With a diverse mixture of music from the DJ, you are guaranteed to have a blast.
Being a favourite with big parties, Rodizio is definitely worth a visit!
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Rodizio is located at The Leaping Frog Shopping Centre in Fourways.
Venue Name:Rodizio Brazilian Restaurant
The Leaping Frog Shopping Centre,
Cnr William Nicol Drive & Dr. Mulbarton Rd
Opening Hours:Monday: Closed. Tuesday - Saturday: 12h00 - 15h30 & 18h30 - 22h30
Price Range:R175 pp
Type of Cuisine:Casual Dining
TripAdvisor Traveler RatingBased on 53 reviews
Savy M Says:
Entertainment excellent. Friendly staff. Food excellent. Looking forward to my next booking. You will not regret.
The best restaurant in the area. Great service, friendly staff and awesome food. Joss, Tony and entire team have a very special Restaurant here. We do a lot of travelling and I must add here that...
Elaine M Says:
Seems the Sunday service is oversubscribed so a good idea failed miserably on the day. We opted for the full Menu but were disappointed that the meat bearers visited us only three or four times over...