- $29 for $50 worth of Latin-American steaks and seafood
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In the kitchens of Brasas Grill, El Salvador native Claudia Rivas brings culinary touches learned across Puerto Rico, Argentina, and Peru to her preparation of saffron-infused paella and chilean sea bass. The grill's slate of Latin-American dishes "couldn't be more different from the chicken fingers and burgers served at all the places around it," according to a 2012 review in the Washington Post Express. Reviewer Kristen Page-Kirby singled out the ceviche, as well as the "wine-infused, chewy steak-and-potatoes dish called solomillo al jerez." Elsewhere on the menu, meaty combination plates recall Brazilian-style churrascaria, setting Angus steak and barbecue ribs alongside lobster tails, mussels, and andouille sausage.
What some people are buzzing about:
“A MUST GO, GREAT FOODS GREAT ATMOSPHERE, OWNER IS AWESOME, CHEF IS GREAT”
“Be prepared for the best tasting salmon :-)”
“Love Brassas the food is awesome every food I have ever ordered is great, the service is wonderful, overall I would recommend it highly to anyone that truly wants to...”
“Love Brassas the food is awesome every food I have ever ordered is great, the service is wonderful, overall I would recommend it highly to anyone that truly wants to enjoy great food. Beatriz Rowe”