First-time visit for my family, including our 10-year-old daughter and 12-year-old son. We all enjoyed the food, the service, the uniqueness of a Brazilian steak house.
You can opt for all-you-can-eat for $26.99 or by the pound ($8.20—not sure if that includes the plate but either way, it's a good deal!).
(Total for dinner (w/tax; not tip): $102.73.)
In both cases, you go to the salad bar area. The bar on the left offers a few meats including pork ribs plus fried fish, and Brazilian sides including stuffing (yum!), beans, and sweet plantains (yum yum). There is also white rice and rolls for undeveloped taste buds.
The main bar is basically salad ingredients and fruit. It is very clean and tidy but oddly not very appealing. Too many other tantalizing foods to tempt you away from the healthier options. (The only lettuce was over-dressed Caesar.)
At the back of this area is where you find the meat. You read the list of rotisserie offerings on the right side and ask for anything you want. We opted for very small portions of items including beef ribs, linguica, lamb. All perfectly cooked.
My son, who has the biggest appetite of us, ordered the all-you-can-eat. This means that in addition to the food bars, various servers stop by to offer whatever is on their long, sizzling skewer, which they deftly slice off with very sharp knives. Again, opt for small portions of several items.
A circle card green on one side means, "please stop by and tell me what you have." The red side means, "please pass me over; I'm good for now." You can flip this over as many times as you want.
The oddest items were the chicken hearts. My son said they were chewy. The other meats were more mainstream. I think we spotted pineapple on a skewer but we were too full.
The rest of us aren't quantity eaters, and I'd say next time, we will probably all go by weight. The totals for the 3 of us, very well fed, were $8.45, $9.43, $15.25.
Their Caipirinha mojitos ($8) are fantastic—I tried the passion fruit. They had a special mojito finished with ginger ale that didn't sound quite as good.
The kids each tried a Brazilian soda, Guarana Antartica ($2.50), which is similar to ginger ale.
The dessert cases are located near the entrance. The server displays samples of the desserts tableside. We selected chocolate mousse ($4), which, though pudding like but still yummy, comes partially in a chocolate shell. There was an item in the middle that the kids think was PEANUT BUTTER, so if there's an allergy in your party, definitely ask.
My husband enjoyed the cheesecake ($4). We also tried a Pave de Bombom ($4). These came in 2-3 flavors; we ordered chocolate inside chocolate. It was very rich and delicious.
We made reservations but 6:00 on a Saturday night during the summer wasn't a problem. There is a smallish lot and street parking. The restaurant is located in kind of a weird area, so as your driving when the GPS says you've arrived, take the turn and you'll easily see the restaurant.
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