While I found one item that came by that was good-- there was nothing making me want to return for more. The gourmet salad bar was a bunch of trays of romaine lettuce with different things sprinkled on the top, along with canned olives and some salads that tasted straight from the box. And The feature meat and cheese tray was pepper jack and cheddar cubes from walmart and Turkey pastrami( one step up from bologna). Chuck-a-Rama puts on a better spread, and if you want truly amazing--in the same price range go to THE ROOF, by the time you add drinks and desserts at rodizio you are right up to the same price point as THE ROOF. We chose to rodizio as we had heard good things, We were sadly disappointed. The service was OK, but the food quality is where they missed the boat. The beef tender was tender enough to chew, but everthing else was so dry or tough that my jaw got tired of chewing. And if your after exotic, The most exotic things we saw where quail eggs( they say they're and aphrodisiac) and chicken hearts--YUMMY). I probably sent more food away uneaten that I actually ate. The pineapple was OK, but the other appetizers were bland and tasteless-- The banana was kinda a flashback to baby food days. Nothing in the ""FULL RODIZIO"" left us wanting more. We left hungry and went to The Bakery for a night cap to satisfy our need for good food. Anyway, If I need scarf and chuck, I'll go to Chuck-a-Rama, and If I want amazing ""all I can eat"", I'll go to THE ROOF, or sunday brunch at the Little America , or Grand America. But as for the rodizio, We Won't be back any time soon. Try if you like, but I wouldn't recommend it to anyone. Happy eating.
Pros: amazing concept
Cons: everything else