We went to Texas De Brazil at Easton Town Center on July 19, 2017. We went on a Wednesday, which is unusual, we never go out to eat on Wednesday. I have been trying to have something to look forward to on Wednesdays. Wednesdays are my least favorite work day. So, one of my favorite things to do is to enjoy a relaxing and fantastically wonderful meal with my family, so we decided to try Texas De Brazil. Brazilian steakhouses are pretty expensive. Our first experience with a brazilian steakhouse was a few years ago in Cincinnati Ohio. I don’t remember the name of the steakhouse, but we were not impressed. We didn’t like the food and it was overly expensive. It was the first time we had experienced that type of serving environment.
So we were a little leery about trying Texas De Brazil, but I had heard rave reviews from several friends. The experience at a brazilian steakhouse is different than the typical steakhouse. You typically have a buffet and the staff will come around to each table with a variety of meats. Each waiter has one type of meat and they go from table to table serving meat. At Texas De Brazil, they had bacon-wrapped filet mignon, bacon-wrapped chicken, steak, chicken, lamb, brazilian sausage, etc. They also brought fried bananas and garlic mashed potatoes, and bread to your table. The salad bar had different meats, bacon and salami, a variety of cheeses, croutons, different lettuces, etc. I tried about 3 different cheeses that I had never had before and I enjoyed all three. There were a lot of choices available on the salad bar. I enjoyed the salad bar.
My husband, son and future daughter-in-law had meat. They were all very pleased with the meat selection and taste. I had a piece of my husband’s sausage, it was very good.
Brazilian steakhouses are pretty expensive. My son, my mother and myself only had the salad bar, so surprisingly, the wait staff took notice of that and only charged us for the salad bar and did not charge for meat. I was pleasantly surprised by this fact. Additionally, it was Restaurant Week, so the meat eaters received a $10 discount on each of their meal prices. So, while it was expensive, Restaurant Week lessened the blow and the food was good, the restaurant atmosphere was beautiful, inviting and sociable. The service was fantastic. The overall experience was great, it was a great time with family and I would go again. This was totally opposite from my experience in Cincinnati. Texas De Brazil was a wonderful experience.