What You'll Get
Choose Between Two Options
- C$58 for brunch for two (up to C$75.90 total value)
- C$96 for brunch for four (up to C$151.80 total value)
Offer includes two Pampa full rodizio dining experiences: limitless table-side carvings of ten different cuts of meat such as AAA-Alberta beef, pork, poultry, and New Zealand lamb plus limitless servings from the hot-and-cold salad bar featuring more than 40 house-made items ranging from cold salads to hot vegetables, soups, breads, and pastas.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Reservation required; must mention voucher at time of booking. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Full lunch can be substituted for salad bar, not to be combined with any daily special or promotion. Not valid on statutory holidays or Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, New Year’s Eve. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Pampa Brazilian Steakhouse Calgary
Calgary Herald's review of Pampa Brazilian Steakhouse is titled "The More the Meatier." One look at the menu and you'll see why—dinner service features serves 15 meats, including lamb, chicken, pork, and beef varieties. But there's more to the Beltline restaurant than skewers of barbecued protein. Read on to learn more about the Brazilian steakhouse below:
Co-owner and chef Joao Dachery was born and raised in the Pampas, the Prairie region of Brazil where Brazilian barbecue was born. Surprisingly, however, he began his career as a business owner. Fortunately, he discovered his passion for his native land's succulent cuisine, attended culinary school, and joined Oscar Lopez to open Pampa. The rest is history.
The Scoop on All Those Meats
Pampa's dinner menu features a whopping seven different kinds of beef, all coming from different parts of the steer with varying levels of tenderness, flavor, and texture. Among them, there's the flavorful rump steak (or Picanha in Portuguese) as well as the more tender top sirloin (or Alcatra as it's known in Brazil). And that's just the beef—there's also three different pork options, four chicken options, and a New Zealand leg of lamb.
Rodizio dining is viewed as a lengthy, casual affair, with each meat serving as a different course. With that in mind, guests can pair their skewers with any of Pampa's carefully selected wines. Check out these pairing suggestions:
- The tannins of Spain's Torres Mas La Plana Cabernet Sauvignon perfectly complement slices of the marinated leg of lamb.
- The crispness of the VQA Fern Walk Sauvignon Blanc from the Okanagan Valley helps balance the richness of Pampa's flavorful pork sausage.
- Luigi Bosca "La Linda" Malbec, a classic, medium-body Malbec from Lujan de Cuyo, Argentina goes exceptionally well with the AAA top sirloin.