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    Brasil Churrascaria & Pizzaria: All you can eat!

    by Aafia Written Apr 22, 2007

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    This was my first experience in a Brazilian steakhouse. Churasco is the Brazilian way of barbecuing using a rotisserie. Servers continuously come to the table to offer pieces of freshly barbecued meat and fish speared on long skewers. Some of the meats were beef, chicken, pork and sausages. Besides all the meats, there was quite an array of salads, rice and potatoes.
    We started the evening off with Caipirinhas, the traditional Brazilian drink. We supplied our own wine as the restaurant doesn't carry any.
    This is a very relaxed restaurant with a fun atmosphere.

    Favorite Dish: Filet mignon - melts mouth

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    Old Brown's Cafe at the...

    by Bgem Written Sep 7, 2002

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    Old Brown's Cafe at the Pegasus Hotel
    It is relaxing to take a seat at the Pool side as you munch on the delicacy of Old Brown's Cafe

    Favorite Dish: What ever is the Special Dish of the day, you just cannot have a favourite menu here, because everythings tastes so DELICIOUS...Mmmmmm

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    I didn't eat out much, mostly...

    by Eph99 Written Aug 26, 2002

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    I didn't eat out much, mostly home cooked meals.
    After enjoying your tasty laba, go to the zoo and check out what you just ate. I wouldn't say it was very tasty, most rodents aren't.

    Favorite Dish: Laba, you must try the laba.

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  • The Bottle Restaurantin Cara...

    by GypsyCanuck Updated Aug 26, 2002

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    The Bottle Restaurantin Cara Lodge
    Well, they have all these old bottles on shelves so hence the name. The service is friendly and the food European in influence. There are only a handful of good restaurants in Georgetown so this place is a real gem.

    Favorite Dish: Beef Wellington, tasty and not hard on the wallet.

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    Back then, Guyana was little...

    by Gerry_Crooks Written Aug 24, 2002

    Back then, Guyana was little known for tourists, therefore, restaurants were few. I ate mostly with family and friends.
    Back in the 70's, our Canadian dollar was worth 4 Guyanese dollars. Some things were expensive, like cars. My hired cars got me back and forth but that was all.

    Favorite Dish: The local cuisine consisted of fish, chicken and beef.
    Since my friends were of Indian descent, the meals were curry based. Was the food good? I gained 8 kilos (15 pounds) in 15 days. I think the food was great!

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  • Many Coal Pot, and Hack's...

    by ted_sabat Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Many Coal Pot, and Hack's Halal both in the middle of town. Demico Steak House was good but the standard of the food has dropped in the last few years. German's hotel makes the best soup. Open till late and cheap.
    Demico Steak House has a great roof Garden setting, and very fair prices, although the service is slow as your food is cook when you place your order. Drink the best beer while you wait..BANKS local, or mix with the gold miners. Coal Pot is a Buffet style but only open at lunch times, so be quick. Good prices. Hack's Halal is good for quick service, a good setting and cheap.

    Favorite Dish: The national dish, Pepper Pot. A hot spicey meat stew, made with cassava extract, after the poison has been removed. Much sought after. Any cuury, or fish dish. German's Soups have been the best for years, and kind on the pocket.

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    sorry cant remember the names...

    by d1955q Written Aug 24, 2002

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    sorry cant remember the names but everyone i went to was great but watch out they use a lot of hot peppers
    the prices are unbelievable in canadian funds i was paying 3.00$ for a full meal drink and desert included

    Favorite Dish: their version of a hamburger its a small meat patty with a cucumber slice and a mayo type sauce on a little dinner bun. they also have the greatest fresh seafood and the chinese food was great but must remember next time no hot peppers

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  • I did not visit any...

    by loreen Written Aug 24, 2002

    I did not visit any restaurants...Cause the HOME COOKED MEALS were and experience in itself...Hot and spicy...just the way I like it. Lots of Fresh seafood and fruits and vegetables....

    Favorite Dish: Curry duck and dhol puri..., Fish stew and roti...all the fresh vegetables and fruits native to the caribbean...

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    Shanta's The Puri Shop: Good local food in Georgetown!

    by Aafia Updated Apr 22, 2007

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    Good local food: curries, roti, dahlpuri and other Indian specialties.
    Relaxed atmosphere. We chose a variety of dishes and we all shared.

    Favorite Dish: Samosas

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