A Brazilian buffet tucked in the far corner of a strip mall. We found this place looking for another. That night there were a lot of South American teen visitors. There were mainly chicken and beef selections, rice, beans, veggies and potatoe selections with traditional seasonings. The desserts were traditional incl rice pudding, a bread-like pudding and cocounut flambe. The food was warm, tasty and fresh. The staff was freindly and provided information about the meu items. Drinks are the usual, but ask for the Brazilian soda, a ginger/lemon refreshing drink. Also available in the nearby Brazilian grocery store, whicjh is recommended. Seating is cafeteria style. The buffet was about $11 each.
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