If you've never eaten at a churrascaria before, it's like the carnivore version of red light/green light. Flip your card to the green side, and the parade of servers will begin; carrying large knives and 15 different meats impaled on giant skewers, they'll keep it coming until you've hit max capacity. Flip the card to the red side for a breather (and maybe a short nap) before you either tap out or flip it again and summon another round.
Most of the options are some form of beef or pork, or beef wrapped in pork, like the filet mignon wrapped in bacon on the right, but Frango (on the left), is chicken basted in their special marinade and (of course) wrapped in strips of bacon. With all this meat coming at you from their Brazilian churrasco grill, and names like Fraldinha and Lunguica, be thankful you can get by on pointing and nodding, no pronunciation needed.