Chama Gaucha literally means “flaming cowboys” in Portuguese and while it may mean the passion of the Brazilian cowboys for steaks over open-flames grill, this restaurant knows how great the combination of flame, passion, and meat is in starting a business. Traditionally, after a long day working the farm fields or tending to the herds, cowboys would gather around the “churrascaria” to eat and celebrate their hard work. For patrons of Chama Gaucha, this means a continuous service of flavorful meats, cooked over an open flame. You let the servers know when to pause the service. Still hungry? Continue the meat service or head over to the Salad Bar that is filled with exquisite cheeses and fresh, healthy salads.
Below are the latest Chama Gaucha menu prices.
Last seating time for Friday and Saturday is 10pm
Besides the delicious selection of meat, customers will also be awestruck by the wonderful ambiance of the restaurant, which may entice them further to stay and have fun. It is a one-of-a-kind culinary experience where diners can have a taste of what Southern Brazil has to offer. The abundance and variety of meat to be grilled, either lamb, beef, pork or chicken, can be a sure way to make them want to keep coming back for more.
What is more unique about this Brazilian steakhouse is how they try to keep customers interested by using the Portuguese language to name the dish on their menu. This starts with the house specialty, the “picanha,” is the sirloin prime cut that everybody loves down to the “cordeiro” or rack of seasoned lamb, another crowd favorite.
With reasonable price, an endless skewers of meat, and several other food options like salad, sides, and an impeccable variety of wines, Chama Gaucha is truly a place where food and passion intertwine to make the perfect place for meat and food lovers alike.
For more information about Chama Gaucha, visit their official website.
Last Updated: December 25, 2015 10:58 am