Samba Brazil is a Brazilian rodizio + grill with an "all-you-can-eat" restaurant service style. Customers pay a fixed price and the passadores regularly come to the tables with skewers of various quality cuts of meat, most commonly beef, pork, lamb, chicken, and sometimes exotic meats.
The meats are served right off the cooking spit and are sliced at the table directly onto each customers plate several times throughout the course of the meal. The customers can signal when they want to be served again, or if they need a break. The signalling is done with a provided coloured card. Green side up indicates to passadores to keep bringing meat. Red side up indicates that customers have enough meat for the moment.