The churrasco steak was fantastic. They use chimichurri sauce to marinate the steak to make it extremely tender. They also provide chimmichurri sauce for the plantain chips, which are a nice break from the typical tortilla chips at other restaurants. The mac and cheese side was delicious, but the tamale dumplings were far less stellar. The brussels sprouts were in between and on the sweeter side. The bacon wrapped filet and shrimp brochette had plenty of meat and vegetables, and they had already removed the skewer when it arrived which was nice; however, the steak was not nearly as tender as the churrasco.
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