Meats cooked and served in the Brazilian style are the main draws of Chama Gaucha. Diners have the opportunity to enjoy a dozen different cuts of meat with a wide range of salads, too, which means more value for your money with the reasonable Chama Gaucha prices.
Below are the latest Chama Gaucha menu prices.
|Lunch (Per Person) (Monday-Friday)||$35.50|
|Salad Bar Lunch (Per Person) (Monday-Friday)||$22.50|
|Kids Lunch (Per Person) (Monday-Friday)||$18.50|
Saturday and Sunday, 12pm-2:30pm
|Lunch (Per Person) (Saturday and Sunday)||$40.50|
|Kids Lunch (Per Person) (Saturday and Sunday)||$24.50|
|Dinner (Per Person) (Monday-Thursday)||$52.50|
|Salad Bar Dinner (Per Person) (Monday-Thursday)||$25.50|
|Kids Dinner (Per Person) (Monday-Thursday)||$26.50|
Friday and Saturday, 5pm-10pm
|Dinner (Per Person) (Friday and Saturday)||$52.50|
|Salad Bar Dinner (Per Person) (Friday and Saturday)||$25.50|
|Kids Dinner (Per Person) (Friday and Saturday)||$26.50|
|Dinner (Per Person) (Sunday)||$52.50|
|Salad Bar Dinner (Per Person) (Sunday)||$25.50|
|Kids Dinner (Per Person) (Sunday)||$26.50|
In 2008, João Carlos Ongaratto opened the first Chama Gaucha restaurant in San Antonio, Texas. He ensured that the first location combined the best of both worlds – the dining traditions including the warm hospitality of his birthplace in Southern Brazil and the colorful diversity of Southern Texas, his adopted home. The result: Chama Gaucha continues to carve its place in the food service industry as among the finest churrascarias in Texas.
With the success of the San Antonio restaurant, the Chicago, Illinois restaurant opened its doors in 2009. Other restaurants in Houston, Texas and Atlanta, Georgia soon followed.
What It’s Famous For
Chama Gaucho is among the best-known churrascarias in Texas, thanks largely to the delicious quality of its meats. Each fine cut of meat is handpicked for its quality, seasoned to enhance its natural flavors, and slow cooked in the tradition of the gauchos in Southern Brazil. The authenticity of the dining experience, from the casual ambiance to the succulent meats served from a large skewer, is the chain’s main draw.
Why Eat Here
When dining in one of the Chama Gaucha restaurants, you have to be prepared to eat a wide range of meats including Picanha, the house specialty consisting of prime cut of sirloin, bacon-wrapped filet, pork and beef ribs, chicken drumsticks, rib eye, garlic sirloin, and rack of lamb, to name a few. Think of it as the haven for meat lovers although health-conscious diners will also find the fruit and vegetable salads available in a bar as a plus. Other items on the menu include several refreshing drinks, small rolls of breads, and desserts like the tres leches.
You will enjoy the Brazilian way of serving steak, too – you can signal the servers that you want meat by displaying the green-sided card. Your table will be approached by a gaucho, a Brazilian chef, carrying meat vertically skewered on a large metal skewer. Your gaucho will adeptly slice the meat, which you must grab with a pair of tongs before placing it on your plate.
But it’s not just the food that draws diners to the Chama Gaucha locations. You will find that the warm hospitality coupled with the knowledge about the food and drinks on the menu possessed by the servers are part of the great dining experience, too.
To learn more about Chama Gaucha or to find a location near you, visit their website at chamagaucha.com.