We returned to the Canadian side of the Niagara Falls for dinner.
Ben suggested Copacabana Brazilian Steakhouse. We noticed a vast difference on the Canadian side of the falls compares to the US side which is a state park. There are lots of big hotels on the Canadian side.
J & I really enjoy the salad bar with at least 20 items to choose from.
My first plate from the salad bar. Ben advised us not to indulge too much from the salad bar before the real stuff.
More from the salad bar, who can resist them.
Each of us were given the above to indicate whether we still want the meat coming or slow down.
All the meat is cooked to medium rare unless you request for different doneness.
The above are various types and cuts of meat that we had. The cut of meat is small but then, you can get as many rounds as you want. We did not get to try any chicken or fish as they never came to our table. But we did see other customers getting them.
We are supposed to grab the piece of food with a small tong when the server slices them from theBBQ stick at the table.
I really enjoyed the grilled pineapple and deep fried banana and freshly baked corn bread. The meal for 4 came close to CAD200, including tax and tips.
There is live music here and it can get really loud.
After a hefty meal, we went for a walk to take in the view of the Niagara Falls from the Canadian side.
The water fountains are a welcoming site in the heat of late spring.
Here are some of the views of the falls.
We were quite disappointed with the falls illumination. Perhaps, we should wait until it’s totally dark. As it was already close to 10PM and we had a long drive back to Mississauga, we decided not to wait any longer. In fact there was a fire works display that night. Too bad we had to miss it.