If you have a Salad Bar and you serve meat especially "picanha" in knives it doesnt mean you are a traditional Brazilian restaurant, and everyone that have visited a real brazilian churrasqueria or have being in Brazil will notice it. The bright side is that the salad bar offers a variety of ingredients to prepare a great salad on yourself so thats a plus. Where they should improve is the variety of the meat , and sometimes I feel they fill you with chicken, sausages and other kind cheap meat until they get to the real steaks like picanha and other pork meat. The traditional caipirinhas are OK, but far from a great one. The atmosphere is regular, brazilian music, brazilian colors etc, but every table is full of people from industries from the area.
The price is ok, a fixed price for all you can eat.
They dont have traditional brazilian desserts and every time I´ve being there, they never have PAO de Queijo!!! is like going to a mexican resutarant without hot sauce and tortillas, italian restaurants without pasta, japanese without sushi, etc... you have the point.