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  • Texas De Brazil
    150 Peabody Pl
    Memphis, TN 38103-3700

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Alan Jenkins (0)
Our first experience at Texas De Brazil Memphis was excellent. We had heard of the unique dining and was somewhat apprehensive. But, from the time we walked in the door until we finished we were impressed with the service and especially the food and how it was served. We plan on returning and would recommend anyone try it once. My favorite on the salad bar was the smoked salmon and for the main course it was the parmesan pork. With 14 different meats to choose from, and to be able to sample all of them, it is well worth it.1
On Dec 24, 2005, I specifically came to Texas de Brazil in Memphis, Tn (which is about 20 miles from my home) to purchase gift certificates as Christmas gifts for my children. I was standing at the bar (where the certificates are sold) with my 5 year old grandchil and I was totally ignaored by the employee. There were three adults standing at the bar for certificates. I was standing in the middle of two gentlemen and the employee waited on both of them. He never acknowledged my presence even after I spoke up and mentioned to him that I was in line first. He just totally ignored my presence. When he asked about my order he stated three times as if I could not afford the order. I wanted to purchase four (4) fifty dollar gift certificates for my children.. As I was leaving the restuarant I spoke with the young lady that opened the doors. (I had been waiting outside in the rain until the doors opened so I knew who opened that day.) In my conversation to her I told her of the terrible service I had just received and her comment was that she would speak with him very non chalontally. I left my name, address, and phone number with this you lady because I wanted a formal acknowledgement of situation from someone in management. I asked who the manager was and she stated that his name was Mr. Elloitt. My family and friends frequent Texas de Brazil often and the service that I received was/is unacceptable. I get very upset when I think of all the money that we spend at Texas de Brazil to receive such inadequate service. I have yet to receive any type of correspondance from Texas de Brazil. What is my recourse? Is there anyone at Texas de Brazil that will listen or give me a call? Have we spent our money on poor service? Marsha Young [email protected] [email protected] 901.237.8264 901.266.2938 0
kissthecook (6)
I recently ate here with my family. It was my first time to go, and I wasn't quite sure what to expect. I had heard that it was a unique dining experiance. I found the service to be of high quality, and the food to be very delicious. The salad bar was very extravagant and I found an array of items, including soups, fine cheeses, fresh vegatables, and small side dishes, such as asparagus with strawberry sauce and a shrimp salad. When they start to bring the meats around to each table for you to choose, they also bring garlic mashed potatos, cheese bread, fried polenta, and fried bannanas. I only tried the potatos and the bread, but they were both very good. The selection of meats seemed never ending! They had a wide variety of meats, all tender and full of flavor. I ate the leg of lamb, and filet mignon, but they had many other types of steaks, pork, chicken, and lamb to choose from. For dessert, I tried the carrot cake and it was a good way to finish my meal. I would definitely recommend this place to anyone, and I plan on going again on on one of my next trips to Memphis. 2
helmut (16)
My wife's step-dad took us here last night and it was really some of the best food I've ever eaten. It is a Brazilian Churrascaria, which means that there are no menus. There is only a fantastic forty item salad bar with something for everyone. My favorite item was hard bread and fresh pepper-marinated buffalo mozzarella to put on it. When youre ready for the main course, you have a card that you can turn from red to green when you want meat. The Gauchos then swarm around you with various meats that have been grilled on skewers and cut off pieces for you at your request. They had top sirloin, filet mignon with bacon, without bacon, or with garlic, flank steak, leg of lamb, lamb chops, pork tenderloin, barbeque ribs, chicken, and I think shrimp on request. All of these are choice meats grilled to perfection. The meats come with garlic mashed potatoes, polenta, cheese rolls, and fried cinnamon bananas (these are there to clear the pallet when moving from one meat to the next). Then we moved to dessert which was just as good; the carrot cake and chocolate mouse cake come highly recommended. I read on the internet that this was a 31-50 dollar a plate meal and as much of an aversion I have to paying that much for a meal I would say it was worth it. The meats were some of the best Ive ever tasted and everything else (including the service) was A1 as well.15
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