Fogo De Chao Brazilian Steakhouse is a meat eaters dream with an all you can eat high-end buffet. With continuous table side service, just fill your plate from the salad bar, sit and have 15 different types of fire roasted meat presented to you by gaucho men. The gourmet salad bar, authentic Brazilian side dishes, meat presented on skewers, and award winning wine list will transport you to the land of the gauchos for a true churrasco experience filled with rich Southern Brazilian tradition.
The Ambiance at Fogo de chao AustinWalking in to Fogo de Chao your attention will be drawn to the open flame rotisserie and the most impressive salad bar you will ever lay eyes on. At Fogo de Chao Brazilian Steakhouse you can enjoy and upscale and sophisticated dining experience, the intimate setting makes for a perfect night of romance or a family get together. The décor and the music just like the food add to the churrasco experience.
About the Menu at Fogo de Chao AustinFor a flat rate of $45.50 for dinner at Fogo De Chao you can enjoy an unlimited selection from their impressive salad bar featuring over thirty items. Including fresh cut vegetables, imported cheeses, and cured meats. Sit at your table and the moment your ready flip the card on your table to green, and watch as gaucho men after gaucho men present you with succulent fire roasted meats, slicing what you crave directly to your plate. Meats ranging from Filet Mignon, Parmesan Crusted Chicken, Pork Sausage, to lamb. All perfectly cooked whether you like it rare, medium, or well dome. Traditional Brazilian side dishes such as caramelized bananas, fried polenta cakes, mashed potatoes, and garlic cheese rolls are available continuously to accompany your meal. Once you’ve cleared your plate you can repeat the process over as many times as you want, until you just cant eat any more. When you dine at Fogo De Chao be sure to get there hungry.
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