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Posted by Debra Gniewek on 06/23/2014
My friend and I had seafood dishes and our meals were excellent!
Posted by Jordan on 02/06/2014
Having lived in New York for a couple of years a while back, I know how incredible most Brazilian restaurants are, but this place was just sad. My wife and I are visiting from Beijing and thought we would pop in for a quick bite before we saw 'The Book of Mormon'. $50 can go pretty far, but this got us a dried stack of sandpapered meat. I bet you the total cost of the actual food was less than %7; and they give the meat all these exotic sounding names but the $1.50 hot dog I had for lunch was far better than the "sausage" I was given. The chicken was dry, the steak was dry and the service was dry after I noticed the waiter and the host continually judging us; as if they knew they were pulling the wool over the sheep's eyes. What a kick in the teeth. STAY AWAY.
Posted by Turista on 03/27/2013
We expected much more for a 240.00 dollars dinner for a party of 5. Kids above 5 pay the same as adults! Really expensive. Terrible service and awful basement. Doesn't wrth it. We should have leaved after watching the basement where we were seated. The salad bar very poor and the rice and beans really bad.
Posted by anonymous on 03/10/2013
Flavor of the food was not bad but the meet was over cooked and dry. Everything came out in a timely manor.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/03/2012
My mom gave me a groupon for this restaurant so me and my friend thought we would try it. The atmosphere was really poor, we were seated in what looked like an unfinished basement. Oh, and there was no air conditioning or fans...The buffet was pretty sad, but the pasta was the actually really good. The pork and roastbeef was good but the steak was really really salty and I usually add salt to everything. Our server checked on us maybe one time. Honestly, the best part about the place was that the groupon included a bottle of wine, which was necessary in order to try to forget the fact that your sitting in the basement, dripping sweat, eating salty steak.......
Posted by Anonymous on 04/15/2012
Going to Brazil Grill prompted me to register for MenuPages and write a review. My wife and i took my parents to the restaurant for lunch. The prices are quite high, but i am always ready to pay for good food. Unfortunately when the food arrived, it was average at best. Starting from the top down. - The rice is stale. - I ordered a meat platter, which cost close to $30, but the meat was bland, dry and unremarkable and the portion was small. For $26-$30 (main dish) i expected a lot more for my meal. Bought a Groupon last week for the Rodizio all-you-can-eat meat feast. - The meat selection was not impressive, mostly pork which was tough and gamy. Some beef, some chicken. Although the skirt steak and chicken were good. Expected more from a Rodizio, definitely didnt expect to be overwhelmed with pork. - Salad bar was unedable. - Rice was old/stale (was left on a warming tray in the open) - Somehow the restaurant ran out of black beans - keep a close eye on your checks.
Posted by Lucas E on 04/12/2012
The first time I went to Brazil Grill was back in 2001, when I was visiting New York City for the first time. After that, I moved to the city and became a regular customer, dining there once or twice a month. Many of my friends have eaten there, and they seemed to like it, because every time I invite them to eat there again, they always accept my invitation. The food is delicious and very authentic, the music is good (even though I have to admit I don't like much a band playing performing live, because it can be a little too loud), and the service is good. As a Brazilian I feel like home, because everyone there knows me... and I love their caipirinhas.