Sabor do Brazil

GRADE: B

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Food – You could call this place a poor man’s Brazilian steakhouse.  Don’t get me wrong, it’s good, but don’t expect the same as Fogo De Chao. You don’t go to McDonalds expecting the same as Grindhouse. So it is here. There is an all you can eat buffet of rice and beans and the like. Then at the very end there is guy with all the meat. You choose your meat, he plates it, weighs it and charges you per pound. It’s all the same meat as other places: picante, sirlon, sausages, chicken, and other offerings. It’s not the greatest cut of meat but it’s very tasty. Food gets a B+

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Ambiance – It’s a small little slightly outdated shop in the middle of a shopping center. It’s fine in there. Comfortable and clean but not much beyond that.  Ambiance gets a B-

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Service – It’s like a buffet line you go down to get your sides and then there is the meat man at the end! He was very accommodating in trying to get you the exact cut and temperature you desire. However, their selection can be limited. They also had one girl that would walk around and make sure everyone was set. I don’t mean to talk bad about anyone but she was slightly weird in an overly friendly, you shouldn’t be talking about some of that stuff with strangers, type of way. I don’t have really any complaints about service though. Service gets a C+

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Price/Quality – So the buffet was $7 but then you have to pay $2.99 per pound of meat on top of that. I had about one pound so my price was about $10. For unlimited sides and a pound of tasty meat, $10 is a great deal. It’s probably the one reason I will return. Price/Quality gets an A-

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Uniqueness – Lets go ahead and just call this a Brazilian steakhouse. So among all Brazilian steakhouses I know, it’s going to set you back $40-$60 per person. So for $10 to eat at a Brazilian Steakhouse….well I don’t know anywhere else you can get that deal. Uniqueness gets an A

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*Pictures shamelessly stolen offline because I didn’t take my own

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