The first meat that came out was lamb, then they had marinated chicken wings, big fat sausage (which was similar to chorizo), pork ribs, and the best was the steak. The guys that were all cutting the meat didn't speak too much English. Frankie thought that the guy that owned the place was on regular look out at the airport for all the planes coming in from Brazil and would offer all the good looking guys jobs.
The tomato salad was really good. It was just a simple salad of tomatoes, onions, parsley, olive oil, vinegar, and seasoning, but it just tasted so damn good! Wasn't too sure what the floury stuff was, but i was browsing the internet and found it is a seasoning called farofa that is used to sprinkle on meals. Would have been nice to know what to do with it beforehand. Not knowing what it was I tasted a bit, which didn't really taste like much but when you mixed it together with the rice and tomatoes it worked really well together. The guys kept asking whether you wanted more meat until you had had enough. They have a lot of other options on the menu, but you really wouldn't do anything other than the churrasco.
This would be a really good place for a birthday or group get together, cause there were big tables set up and for a $29 banquet plus BYO what more could you ask for! Oh their caprhinas are the best I have ever had as well. I will definitely be making a repeat visit to this place.
Taste of Brazil
11a Bunn Street