Texas de Brazil
Cuisine: Brazilian, Latin, Steakhouse
When you're looking for a meaty protein punch but prefer something outside of the steakhouse culinary experience, a Brazilian churrascuria is a fun samba of steak. The salad area is more akin to... Read More
When you're looking for a meaty protein punch but prefer something outside of the steakhouse culinary experience, a Brazilian churrascuria is a fun samba of steak. The salad area is more akin to the entire produce and prepared food section of a Mariano's, teeming with plates of greens; veg like chubby spears of asparagus in a shimmer of vinaigrette; composed grain dishes; sushi; smoked salmon; charcuterie and cheese. There are also hot items such as fish stew, Brazilian black beans and lobster bisque to mull over. Meats sizzle over an open flame using natural wood charcoal for a deep, smoky flavor. Up to 16 varieties are available daily: try top sirloin, filet mignon wrapped in bacon and Brazilian piece de resistance, Picanha sirloin, seasoned simply with rock salt, skewered and grilled over the smoldering coals. Prices are reasonable considering the absurd amount of tasty food available.
- Steakhouses: "You can still indulge in your favorite steakhouse desserts like carrot or chocolate cake, Key Lime pie and creme brulee as well as Brazilian confections."
- Best for Steakhouses Because: Texas de Brazil doesn't deviate much from the churrascuria drill but it adds sweet Texas hospitality to its menu of sizzling steaks and endless portions.