We had never had Brazilian style food and this place was recommended by Austin magazine. It is very near Greek Row at the University of Texas in Austin. We were able to walk from out hotel through the campus which by the way is beautiful. The restaurant sits next to a take out place and a college bar; so I guess it fits the surroundings. It is an older place, kind of dark with red vinyl booths (think old Italian), it also has some tables outside under an awning. There were no customers in the place when we got there, kind of made you wonder, but it was excellent. The menu is split into two sections a Tex-Mex and a Brazilian. The waitress told us to stay away from the Tex-Mex and focus on the Brazilian. I had the Churrasquinho Platter which is a selection of meats; steak, pork, sausage and chicken breast cooked Brazilian-style. It comes with garlic rice and a vegetable. The Brazilian way of eating the meat is to dunk your meat into a really good sauce and then roll it in a powdered spice (sorry don't remember) and then eat. IT was fabulous. My dining partner had the Bobo de Camarao(voted best dish in Austin for 2012 by the Austin Chronicle). They were right. It is shrimp and yucca tossed with onions and bell peppers in a tomato coconut cream sauce, served with steamed rice. Kind of reminded me of a curry dish. Very, very tasty. Didn't have room for dessert the two dishes were so filling. They have a happy hour which cuts the cost of beer and wine by a third to half. People started filling the place up by the time we were done. Maybe just late arriving diners like is typical in South America. I would echo another reviewer by saying the menu is very self explanatory and the staff is very knowledgeable and helpful. It was a great experience and I am glad we walked so we could walk off some of this filling meal.