For a taste of South America, Nelore Churrascaria Brazilian Steakhouse is home to some of the tastiest Brazilian fare in Houston's Neartown/ Montrose community. Low-fat fare is not available here, so leave some room in your diet. Nelore Churrascaria Brazilian Steakhouse's fully stocked bar is a perk for patrons who enjoy a fine wine (or more) with their meal.
Impress the patrons at your next gathering by calling in Nelore Churrascaria Brazilian Steakhouse for catering.
Take the stress out of searching for that perfect parking spot — Nelore Churrascaria Brazilian Steakhouse's Montrose Blvd. business offers easy valet parking.
Checks are bigger than average at the restaurant, so prepare your wallet. Reviewers rave about the dinner menu at the restaurant, though breakfast and lunch are also served.
Dubbed ?a carnivorous extravaganza? by the Houston Chronicle, Angus Grill Brazilian Churrascaria serves all-you-can-eat feasts of skewered meat prepared in the churrasco tradition of southern Brazil. Servers run the piquant pageant, carving slabs of Angus beef at tables lined with crisp white linens instead of the stolen Little League rain tarps that some restaurants prefer. Filet mignons borrow crispy texture by donning strips of bacon, and top sirloin, the house specialty, flavors succulent juices with a hint of garlic. Treats such as fried bananas and papaya cream conclude meals on a sweet note.
Chama Gaucha offers diners a chance to sample the flavors of southern Brazil right in the heart of Houston, Texas. Featuring a delightful salad bar and several different types of meat brought to your table for you to sample as you choose, Chama Gaucha serves up delightful food in traditional Brazilian style. Although Chama Gaucha is notorious for its never-ending meat service, there is an option for vegetarian diners or diners with smaller appetites to eat the salad bar only for a slightly lower price. Chama Gaucha also offers a startling number of vintages for wine lovers to choose from—feel free to ask your server for a recommendation. For an all-you-can-eat dining experience served with class and style, make a reservation at Chama Gaucha.
Fogo de Chao gives Houston diners an experience they are unlikely to find elsewhere. From the white table-clothed setting, to the Southern Brazilian-style chefs, diners are treated to personalized service throughout their meal. An upscale steakhouse, with a familial feel, the experience at Fogo de Chao is as much about the service as it is about the food. The steakhouse features a gourmet salad bar, on-demand steak service and mouthwatering deserts. It is Brazilian culture and cuisine for the American palate. With its endless selection of food, Fogo de Chao is a restaurant fulfilling enough for even a Texan sized appetite. Come ready to eat, and leave time to savor.
Redolent with the wafting scent of freshly charred beef and sizzling skewers, Guri Do Sul decorates it charming interior with heaping plates of fresh Brazilian barbecue. More than 16 different types of succulent meat are brought tableside by rugged gauchos, or Brazilian cowboys, who use a giant knife or the sharpened edge of a baked-beans can to slice off juicy hunks of pork, lamb, and beef. The delicately folded picanha top sirloin delights tongue buds with carefully seasoned mouthfuls, as the costela beef ribs relinquish traditional churrasco flavors. To accent the protein feast, servers also adorn table spreads with various sides such as pão de queijo, baked cheesy spheres, or caramelized bananas, a lavish indulgences of butter-sautéed fruit with accents of brown sugar and cinnamon.