To be sure Ragab’s is trying to replicate the “Brazilian Steakhouse” chiaroscuro experience but it falls a bit short of its goal. The salad bar is fresh and many of the meats are well prepared but I think they are trying to cut corners to save money. They appeared to have “renamed” the restaurant to drop the price and to eliminate some of the menu items including lamb and since when do Brazilians eat garlic bread on a skewer? The chicken and pork items were tender and well seasoned and some in our party enjoyed the rib eye. The garlic-flavored sirloin was simply the leftover trimming of the sirloin repurposed into bite-sized bits. On a pleasant Thursday night we were literally only one of two tables in the place. The best thing about the experience, as others have noted, is the efforts of Daniel and Kelsey who work hard to ensure you get the best out of your meal. Sure it is a fun, if pricey, change of pace but there are clearly better dining options in the area. It is a mystery how this place got to its lofty rankings on Trip Advisor.
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