Mix some rice and farofa with the juices from the feijoada or stewed oxtail at Kilo, and you’d be perfectly happy without an ounce of meat. You’d also be happy with nothing but meat, especially if you pick it up from the BBQ station in the back, where you can order tender top sirloin and juicy chicken hearts by the pound. But for how good the food is, what really separates this Astoria spot from other Brazilian buffets is its full bar, which you can enjoy while watching soccer on TV inside, or at a table on the curbside patio out front.
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