We visited the Charbroil Grill on a weeknight and as such the steakhouse had very few guests. We entered and were greeted immediately by a friendly hostess team. We we were seated at a window booth and after drinks were ordered, were given the nod to let the gustatory adventure begin.
We of course began with the Salad Bar area. It was good but not the vast selection that I have experience at other Brazilian Steakhouses elsewhere. This was by no means at show stopper even a mild set back as everyone knows that its all about the meats.
We the seared delights started showing up at the table I could not get enough. Everything was well prepared with none of it being over cooked or too tough. There was a good mixture of beef, seafood and chicken and I only remember seeing the same offerings a couple of times. Some of course were returned to our table at our request and all were appreciative of the accommodating staff. The fried pineapple towards the end of the meal was to me, worth the trip alone.
As I eluded to in the review title, there was one small negative point that was small in nature but could have been much worse. As we were leaving I left the carpeted area of the main dining room and stepped onto the tiled area near the front door. I believe that there still was some grease on the floor from the meat skewers that were carried around that evening and the result was my doing a rather impressive but very unplanned demonstration of "the splits". I was fine and the staffed rushed out of the restaurant after me to ensure I was ok. It was more embarrassing than anything and the worst I received out of the ordeal was a very brief charlie horse. To the staff: a little more soap in that mop bucket please.
Cost of the meal was on par with a Brazilian steakhouse so this means of course its not the cheapest meal of the week. The dining area is very open and can easily accommodate large groups. All in all, I would recommend stopping in and if in the area again and in the mood for a serious protein binge, I would definitely stop in for a second visit.
See you on the trail and please try to remember to treat with dignity and respect, all whom with you come in contact.