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Brazikat Brazilian Steak & Seafood House, which occupies a spacious address in Clayton’s Carondelet Plaza development, is a churrascaria, the all-you-can-eat Brazilian steakhouse. More precisely, Brazikat calls itself (and prices itself) like a churrascaria. In fact, the Brazikat experience is no more indicative of Brazilian culture than a bikini wax. The meats, often poorly cut by the “gaucho” servers, taste overwhelmingly of mesquite smoke. As for the seafood, the less said, the better. The "35-item gourmet food bar" is a salad bar. It does not always have 35 items, either — though maybe you’re supposed to count the two containers of croutons separately.
Copper Chimney is an Indian restaurant based in St. Peters, Missouri.
What can you get at this enormous all-you-can-eat buffet? Everything, it seems, but the ornamental fish. There are stations for dim sum, sushi, Mongolian barbecue and pho, as well as standard Chinese- and American-restaurant fare. The food may not compare to your favorite Chinese (or Japanese or Mongolian or Vietnamese) restaurant, but families, especially, will find something to satisfy everyone - and their budgets - here. But even the snobbiest foodies will be won over (or worn down) by the spirit of fun and culinary adventure: Where else can you try, say, jellyfish, and walk away from your unfinished plate without shame?
Namaste. Greetings and welcome to lunch. Everest's return to the downtown area, now located in the former Union Trust Building on Olive Street just west of Seventh Street, provides patrons with a quick, filling and healthy midday meal. Open from 11:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on weekdays, Everest does have a full menu with appetizers, soups and salads, and several vegetarian and meat entrees, but their typical diner swarms to the buffet line, which offers the opportunity for Nepalese, Indian and Korean food to tastefully share a plate. Around seven different dishes are available, with typical vegetable options such as korma and kimchi keeping warm next to chicken and noodle trays. White or Nepalese-style fried rice are offered, along with steaming hot naan and a ladle of garlicky, aromatic daal to complement your meal. Diners can also make donations to the Himalayan Family Healthcare Project, dedicated to serving the healthcare needs of the people of Nepal.
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