The atmosphere is lovely. The salad bar items were fresh, although the selections were not overly extensive.
Our server seemed overwhelmed.
The entertainment was, well, a high-school effort to pop music. Where's the brazilian experience? We were there 2 hours and the three dancers came out for two one-song sets lasting no more than a few minutes.
The consistency of the meat was hit and miss. Most of the time the meat was FAR TOO salty and entirely inedible - I'm talking to you chicken and sausage and beef!
I would have wanted to see a plethora of sauces at our table, to try as dips along with the different meats. Why would anyone want to eat dry, salty, meat all night?
Dessert consisted of warmed pineapple crusted with cinnamon. It was quite nice, however, I would expect that - for the price - there would be a dessert buffet as well.
The place was packed! A good sign? I'm not sure. I know that the large groups seemingly received much better, more attentive service, than people like us sitting 2 or 4 to a table.
Again, for 42.50 per person, drinks not included, this experience should have wowed us, not leave us wanting to leave.
We are still wondering what was Brazilian about the entire evening... It isn't reflected in the decor, or the foods on the salad bar, or the dancers costumes or sets. Is it only that they carve your meat at the table cause we had that experience in Mexico? ...an opportunity missed is also an opportunity that exists for an overhaul of this to BEcome what it is advertised as being.
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