Churrassco on St Clair Restaurant

Churrassco on St Clair Restaurant

Churrassco on St Clair

Address: 679 St Clair Avenue W,
Toronto, ON, M6C 1A7, Canada
Phone: (416) 658-0652
Fax: N/A
E-mail: N/A
Website: N/A
Reservation: Make a Reservation
Delivery: Order Online
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Dinner Combination
0.25 BBQ Chicken Breast (click for more info...)
0.25 BBQ Chicken Leg (click for more info...)
0.5 Chicken Combo (click for more info...)
A La Carte
0.5 BBQ Chicken
0.5 Charcoal Grilled Chicken
Back Ribs (per Ib.) (click for more info...)
BBQ Whole Chicken
Charcoal Grilled Whole Chicken
Side BBQ sauce
BBQ Chicken on a Bun (click for more info...)
Steak on a Bun (click for more info...)
Dad's (355ml) (click for more info...)
Guarana (click for more info...)
Jumex (370ml) (click for more info...)
Orangina (1 Litre)
Orangina (Small)
Portuguese Fruit Drinks (1 Litre) (click for more info...)
Portuguese Fruit Drinks (331 ml) (click for more info...)
Smart FX (473ml)
Family Dinners
Dinner For 4 (click for more info...)
Dinner For 6 (click for more info...)
Family Size Chicken Noodle Soup
Medium Chicken Noodle Soup
Small Chicken Noodle Soup
Large Caesar.
Large Mixed Green (click for more info...)
Small Caesar
Small Mixed Green (click for more info...)
Large Roasted Potatoes
Large Steamed Rice and Peas.
Medium Roasted Potatoes
Medium Steamed Rice and Peas
Small Roasted Potatoes
Small Steamed Rice and Peas

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