We came here on a Sunday thinking they honored their lunch price everyday - apparently Monday-Thurday, lunch runs until 3 PM and costs $9.95 per person and Friday and Saturday lunch runs until 3 PM and costs $15.95, but they charge dinner prices all day on Sunday. Boo! We paid $27 per person for our meal. Still not bad for a Brazilian steakhouse, but the quality of meat and salad bar here is not on par with other churrascarias I've been to.
The service was ok - definitely not served with a smile until my bf showed his passport and the server saw that he was Brazilian. This was the first time I saw the guy's teeth. He was really nice to us AFTER that. The gaucho was not all that enjoyable to be around either. He was serving the meat and barely told us what the meat was. I guess Sundays are not a good day to come.
The food here is ok. Probably on the bottom portion of my list for churrascaria/rodizio. The salad bar is the least impressive I've seen for a churrascaria. They had no cheese selection, and there wasn't much to choose from. The beef tongue stew is pretty good though. Don't come here for the salad bar; you'll be disappointed. There are other churrascarias with a much better salad bar and for only a little more. There were two occasions that they ran out of pao de queijo, so we had to wait until they refilled that station. I'd say half the meat was super delicious and the other half was over-cooked and dry (severely well done). The garlic steak and rib eye were the best and had lots of flavor to them, and the picanha and peppered steak were the worst. Both were super dry, not tender at all, and lacking in flavor. They were out of alligator meat, so we didn't get to try it. They have a pretty good wine selection, so we ordered two glasses of the Malbec, which was very good.
This review is based on the value of the food quality and service vs. the price. Overall, everything was ok.