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Texas De Brazil
4.2 stars (3 ratings)

(214) 720-1414

2727 Cedar Springs Rd, Dallas, TX 75201

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Restaurant Description

A troop of waiters roams through the restaurant with choice cuts of beef, lamb,pork,chicken and sausage. All selections are slow-roasted over an open flame, seasoned to perfection and accompanied by an extravagant forty-item salad bar.Banquets,private rooms
March 9, 2003 @ 4:23 PM
5  out of 5 stars
a diner from Dallas
I hosted a wedding rehearsal dinner at the Addison location that was a huge success. The food was plentiful and tasted wonderful, service constantly attentive, and the ambience contributed to the fun and relaxing party the bride and groom wanted for their rehearsal dinner. We were allowed to have a pre-dinner coctail party on the patio and allowed to stay at our tables as long as we wanted. Everyone we dealt with welcomed us and accomodated us, even exceeding our suggestions. Fogo, across the street, would barely talk to us. They would have welcomed our party, but only if we were in and out in an hour an a half, and they insisted on setting the latest we could have been there. It may be flashier, but for my money, you can't beat the willingness to serve and be helpful that can be found at Texas de Brazil. The bigger (restaurant chain) is not always better.
1  out of 5 stars
a diner from Addison tx
This place was a huge dissapointment for me. I have visited Fogo de Chao and Boi na Braza (both wonderful) and I had expected Texas de Brazil would be similar. As it turnned out - it is a very nasty knock off of these. Instead of great meats, they serve low quality cuts covered with heavy spices to cover up their lack of flavor. Instead of real Gauchos they have clueless waiters serving the cuts. This is the sad truth when you try to copy a great success without making a full effort. Go to the originals, and skip Texas De Brazil. If it were at least cheaper, I would understand the lower quality, but they charge the same price as Fogo de Chao and Boi na Braza. If I'm going to pay the price - I'm going to get the real thing!

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Avg Rating: 4  out of 5 stars

Number of Reviews: 3

March 9, 2003 @ 4:23 PM
5  out of 5 stars
a diner from Dallas
I hosted a wedding rehearsal dinner at the Addison location that was a huge success. The food was plentiful and tasted wonderful, service constantly attentive, and the ambience contributed to the fun and relaxing party the bride and groom wanted for their rehearsal dinner. We were allowed to have a pre-dinner coctail party on the patio and allowed to stay at our tables as long as we wanted. Everyone we dealt with welcomed us and accomodated us, even exceeding our suggestions. Fogo, across the street, would barely talk to us. They would have welcomed our party, but only if we were in and out in an hour an a half, and they insisted on setting the latest we could have been there. It may be flashier, but for my money, you can't beat the willingness to serve and be helpful that can be found at Texas de Brazil. The bigger (restaurant chain) is not always better.
1  out of 5 stars
a diner from Addison tx
This place was a huge dissapointment for me. I have visited Fogo de Chao and Boi na Braza (both wonderful) and I had expected Texas de Brazil would be similar. As it turnned out - it is a very nasty knock off of these. Instead of great meats, they serve low quality cuts covered with heavy spices to cover up their lack of flavor. Instead of real Gauchos they have clueless waiters serving the cuts. This is the sad truth when you try to copy a great success without making a full effort. Go to the originals, and skip Texas De Brazil. If it were at least cheaper, I would understand the lower quality, but they charge the same price as Fogo de Chao and Boi na Braza. If I'm going to pay the price - I'm going to get the real thing!
5  out of 5 stars
a diner from DALLAS
WHAT A WONDERFUL RESTAURANT. I WAS HOTING A BUSINESS DINNER AND WAS REALY IMPRESSED WITH THE SERVICE AND THE FOOD QUALITY. MY GUESTS WERE REALY IMPRESSED. TEXAS DE BRAZIL IS IN A CLASS OF IT'S OWN.
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March 9, 2003 @ 4:23 PM
5  out of 5 stars
a diner from Dallas
I hosted a wedding rehearsal dinner at the Addison location that was a huge success. The food was plentiful and tasted wonderful, service constantly attentive, and the ambience contributed to the fun and relaxing party the bride and groom wanted for their rehearsal dinner. We were allowed to have a pre-dinner coctail party on the patio and allowed to stay at our tables as long as we wanted. Everyone we dealt with welcomed us and accomodated us, even exceeding our suggestions. Fogo, across the street, would barely talk to us. They would have welcomed our party, but only if we were in and out in an hour an a half, and they insisted on setting the latest we could have been there. It may be flashier, but for my money, you can't beat the willingness to serve and be helpful that can be found at Texas de Brazil. The bigger (restaurant chain) is not always better.
1  out of 5 stars
a diner from Addison tx
This place was a huge dissapointment for me. I have visited Fogo de Chao and Boi na Braza (both wonderful) and I had expected Texas de Brazil would be similar. As it turnned out - it is a very nasty knock off of these. Instead of great meats, they serve low quality cuts covered with heavy spices to cover up their lack of flavor. Instead of real Gauchos they have clueless waiters serving the cuts. This is the sad truth when you try to copy a great success without making a full effort. Go to the originals, and skip Texas De Brazil. If it were at least cheaper, I would understand the lower quality, but they charge the same price as Fogo de Chao and Boi na Braza. If I'm going to pay the price - I'm going to get the real thing!