Fixed price all you can eat $44.95/pp (children $5.00) good and plentiful food &attentive service. Start with one of the best Mojitos I've ever had, excellent Sangria, perfect Ketel-1 extra dirty martini. Move to a 45 item salad bar that was notable for its freshness and quality. Salad bar selections included the usual vegetable choices plus hearts of palm, artichoke hearts, portobello mushrooms, roasted peppers, two kinds of salami, and a variety of cheeses. Barbecue selections include chicken, pork tenderloin and ribs, lamb, beef and Brazilian sausage. The vegetable selection included roasted plantain and garlic mashed potatoes. Desserts were mixed; carrot cake was excellent, creme brûlée was tasty but the crust was too thick, the banana foster cake was highly touted but disappointing. The only negative would be for those of us who like our beef rare-- the skewer cooking method over an open fire does lend itself to rare beef. The house special sirloin was excellent, the Brazilian sausage was lean and tasty and the lamb was very nice. The chicken was chicken, nothing extraordinary but you don't necessarily go to a steak house for chicken. The flank steak was good if slightly too done for my taste but the medium and well done members of the party found it very satisfying. Total bill for five including drinks, dinner, desert and coffee was pennies over $100.00 per person. An enjoyable evening and an interesting experience but there are better values all considered.
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