Review: Tabua de Carne restaurant, Natal

April 10, 2007 | By More

The restaurant Tábua de Carne is a classic of the Northeast cooking scene. With branches in João Pessoa and Campina Grande, its main base is in Natal, on the way to the Ponta Negra (there is also a smaller restaurant closer to the center of Natal).

Its plates are a homage to meat, served in gargantuant quantities that will satisfy even the heartiest of appetites (locals take the left-overs back home in special boxes provided by the restaurant). The restaurant satisfies both in quantity and in quality. We recommend a local specialty, the Carne de Sol à moda da casa. A dish is enough for three. Unbeatable value for money.

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Category: Destination: Natal & Pipa, Reviews: food

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