We carnivores are used to paying for our pleasure. That's why the idea of a "bargain" steakhouse is so appealing. Remember Bonanza Sirloin Pit, Black Angus, Western Sizzlin'? Giraffas attempts to be something like that: cheap-quality, low-price alternative to Prime 112, Shula's, Morton's or Ruth's Chris. Brazilian rodizio is amazing--waiters with giant swords full of meat they carve right onto your plate. This isn't anything like that. Giraffas is a bright colored, cafeteria-style place appealing to families and folks who don't mind a bit of gristle. Two trips to this restaurant is a fair enough sample from which to draw an opinion--of Giraffas all can say is we'll be back but it's not on our to-do list. The beef is well-prepared, nicely grilled with the requisite char marks, even though the cuts are small. Ten ounces of beef is an appetizer to me, but I guess those Brazilians believe in smaller portions. The grilled chicken sandwich was very good, tender and tasty, well seasoned. The fish sandwich was cooked to my daughter's taste. All in all this place probably won't be here five years from now, so if you like this type of thing, enjoy it while it's here.