Peterborough is set for a taste of Brazil when a new steak house opens in the city centre later this month.
Based on a traditional Brazilian rodizio , Sabor Brasil promises the flavours and tastes of the South American nation.
Paulo Batista, a Portuguese national who has lived in the city for 13 years, is hoping his Latin venture will be up and running on December 14.
It will be spread across the two floors which, until it closed earlier this year, was Monroes in Broadway.
During the day the ground floor will serve tapas style food and grilled meat - ribs, chicken, belly pork etc as well as some specials. Then in the evening the first floor will operate as a rodizio - where diners help themselves from the salad bar then signal when they are ready to a passador - who will carve meat from the spit at the table from a wide selection - chicken, lamb, sausage and the picanha, a popular beef rump cut.
Adding to the atmosphere, there will be Latino music from DJs downstairs in the evening, and live music upstairs.