I have eaten at a few Brazilian steakhouses during my travels, but had never tried Fogo de Chao. However, on a recent conference to San Antonio I decided to have dinner there as it was located just outside my hotel on the riverwalk. The restaurant was packed, but I was seated fairly quickly. The service was fantastic. I picked up my choices from the salad bar (which is okay, but does not have as many options as other places (e.g., Texas de Brazil or Brazzaz in Chicago), but it's not a big deal because one comes to these churrascarias to eat meat not salad, correct. Once seated the meats can fast and furious. So delicious. Was asked by the servers a few times how I liked my meats cooked and they made sure to offer them that way the next time they came by...superb! Also, some of the cuts of meat were huge (I've never had such big pieces in other Brazilian steak houses). Unfortunately, they didn't carry the Brazilian beer I like, Palma Louca, so I had an Xingu, which is Brazilian, but very dark; it tasted oaky, but was a bit strong for me, so I settled for diet coke, which I was happy to see was delivered in a can with a glass of ice (fountain drinks are always a disappointment, no matter where you get it from). Anyway, I walked away pleasantly full and happy. Not a bad deal for $45. I will visit this location again next time I find myself in San Antonio. If you like meats and are hungry, I recommend Fogo de Chao highly.