A new Brazilian restaurant will open in Lincoln this week, serving up 14 different meats.
Samba Brazil will open in the former Chimichanga building on the Brayford Waterfront after it closed down just over a year ago.
The grills will be fired up for the first time on Thursday, March 28 with live music, champagne, samba dancers and plenty of food for £25 per person.
When it opens there will be around four to five jobs available for local people.
Paulo Batisda, manager at Samba Brazil, told The Lincolnite: “We are very excited to open in Lincoln. It will be in a prime location.
“Samba is always an exciting environment with plenty of fresh food. We set up the restaurant as a buffet and come around with meat on a skewer.
“Our selection of meats change every week with steak, fish, beef, lamb, turkey, chicken and more.”
The restaurant will also serve up an unlimited salad bar with fresh vegetables.
Samba Brazil was launched first in Peterborough in 2017. It was closed last year, with the manager blaming the location, before moving to Lincoln.