Texas de Brazil, the essence of Brazil

Texas de Brazil

Family-owned since its founding in 1998, Texas de Brazil is renowned for its striking ambiance, endless rodizio-style dining experience, and unique blend of Brazilian culture with generous Texas hospitality.

Texas de Brazil is the restaurant to go to if you want to indulge in flavorful meat and one of the best salad bars in the entire State of Texas. They serve their meat in a Churrasco style. Churrasco is a Portuguese word that means barbecue.

Prior to your first visit to Texas de Brazil, know that this steak house is like no other you have visited. Within Brazilian culture, food is often cooked using a pit oven, with open flames and is slowly roasted for hours. This process will result in a moist, tender and flavorful meat. Brazilian cuisine also uses savory, not sweet, seasonings like parsley and garlic. Brazilian cooking is a combination of Japanese, Middle Eastern, Germans and Italian practices.

Wine compliments churrasco perfectly, therefor, Texas de Brazil offers a wine collection with varietals from acclaimed California and South America vineyards. They also offer Texas de Brazil’s exclusive private label selection, which is bottled in Chile. The lounge offers craft cocktails, including the traditional Caipirinha in a variety of flavors, as well as a full selection of liquor, beer and soft drinks including Brazilian Guarana.

Guests at Texas de Brazil begin the rodizio-style meal by helping themselves to salads and a bounty of fresh, hot and cold specialty dishes. They also offer a selection of savory soups. Be prepared to experience delicious smoked salmon, perfectly prepared scampi and artisan breads, imported cheeses, fresh buffalo mozzarella, steamed asparagus with marmalade sauce, Brazilian hearts of palm, spicy shrimp salad, sushi, sautéed mushrooms, black beans, jasmine rice, Moqueca (Brazilian coconut fish stew), and lobster bisque. The incredible selection makes this a steakhouse even your vegetarian friends love. They also offer the option to only partake in their outstanding salad bar. That is definitely a grand meal in itself.

The process to being served your meat options are simple, once seated you will see a round card that has red on one side and green on the other. Turn your card to green, and the carvers generously serve you sizzling beef, lamb, pork, chicken and Brazilian sausage. Turn your card to red when you are enjoying the flavors and experience of the meat selection before you.
Texas has seven locations for you to satisfy your Brazilian appetite.

Fort Worth
San Antonio

Addison Location
15101 Addison Road

Dallas Location
2727 Cedar Springs

Fort Worth
101 North Houston