When you go here be hungry. Large salad bar with everything you can desire. The meat is tender and juicy. They bring to your table, Lots of choices, beef, pork, chicken, and more
The only negative is that feeling of eating way too much when I leave. But it is hard not too as the food is wonderful. Lunch is a little cheaper with a few items missing from the menu but still great.
Very tasty food. You have to be a meat person to go there. You also have to have the money to splurge a little. Its about 20 dollars visit per person. Expensive to me but very very worth it. Nothing is too dry always moist and cooked the way you want it!
This place is fun, food is great, the college age kids working there do a fine job. Going there tonight again for Christmas Eve dinner as a matter of fact. They also have a well rounded salad/veggie bar that has everything from quail eggs to French fries to papaya. 5 stars from me. Music is fun, makes you want to dance! And so much food!
This is a must. We did a work dinner and Oh my gosh the food is awesome and it keep coming. I also think the staff is awesome as well. Had a great time and look forward to my next business and I will go again and again. Yes I think the price is right for all the meat you get to try. My visit was March 2010
It's so loud that you have to yell to have a conversation (but at least that drowns out the horrendous Brazilian hip-hop music). The tables are packed so tight that your butt might brush the back of someone's head as you try to get by. The food is mediocre grub meant to dazzle the trailer-park crowd. The zitty teenage waiters wiggle around the tables with greasy skewers of meat and stuff, anxiously trying to keep one step ahead of their grim, mic wearing overlord managers who appear to be about six months older. And every five minutes or so there's a tedious re-singing of a Brazilian birthday song at someone's table, complete with noisy instruments, like something straight out of the Simpsons. It's like Chuck-E-Cheese for tasteless adults.
We were in Albuquerque for my daughters graduation, and all went to Tuscanos. It was our first time at a Brazillian Grill, but it will NOT be our last!
The salad bar with plentiful choices was amazing. The lemonade was fabulous. The skewers of meat were unbelievable - choice meats, tender, and I got mine medium rare...yummy! The grilled glazed pineapple was to die for...and the Mango fish was fantastic!
We love love loveed it!
Great food, great location... downtown where all the action is and right next door to Century 14 movie theater. So great place for a date. Be sure to make reservations and get there a little early to find a parking spot.
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