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Texas de Brazil Menu Prices

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Average Item Price: $10.71
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Potato Salad
Yukon potatoes, mayonnaise and hearts of palm. Sold by the pound.
$10.00 - -
Hearts of Palm
Authentic Brazilian vegetable harvested from the inner core of palm trees. Sold by the pound.
$16.00 - -
Bulgur, parsley, onions, tomatoes, mint, lemon juice and olive oil. Sold by the pound.
$10.00 - -
Steamed Asparagus
Fresh asparagus, steamed and served chilled. Sold by the pound.
$10.00 - -
Couscous Salad
Large couscous pearls, scallions and dried cranberries seasoned with lemon pepper. Sold by the pound.
$10.00 - -
Pineapple Carpaccio
Thinly sliced, ripe pineapples baked in a cinnamon and sugar coating. Sold by the pound.
$10.00 - -

Hot Sides - Dinner

Garlic Mashed Potatoes
Creamy mashed potatoes made with garlic butter. Sold by the pound.
$5.75 - -
Sauteed Mushrooms
White button mushrooms sauteed in red wine. Sold by the pound.
$11.00 - -
Fried Bananas
Bananas covered in cinnamon and sugar and fried. Sold by the pound.
$6.00 - -
Lobster Bisque
Rich bisque soup. 12 oz.
$10.00 - -
Brazilian Cheese Bread
House-baked cheese bread. Sold by the dozen.
$5.00 - -
Jasmine Rice
White jasmine rice. Sold by the pound.
$5.75 - -
Feijoada Beans
Black beans cooked with beef and garlic. Sold by the pound.
$7.50 - -
Potato au Gratin
Sliced potatoes baked with Parmesan cheese, garlic and butter. Sold by the pound.
$9.00 - -

Meat - Dinner

Top sirloin. Sold by the pound.
$18.00 - -
Leg of Lamb
Grass fed, marinated overnight in a dressing of fresh herbs and seasoning.
$18.00 - -
Lamb Chops
Marinated with lemon and pepper seasoned salt.
$26.00 - -
Filet Mignon
Seasoned with crushed black pepper and salt. Sold by the pound.
$24.00 - -
Filet Mignon with Bacon
Seasoned with crushed black pepper and salt and wrapped in bacon.Sold by the pound.
$24.00 - -
Chicken Breast with Bacon
Tender chicken breast wrapped in bacon. Sold by the pound.
$9.00 - -
Parmesan Drumettes
Drumettes marinated overnight with herbs and spices and dusted with Parmesan cheese. Sold by the pound.
$9.00 - -
Parmesan Pork Loin
Pork loin marinated and dusted with Parmesan cheese. Sold by the pound.
$9.00 - -
Herb-Marinated Pork Loin
Pork loin marinated with wine and garlic then dusted with fresh herbs. Sold by the pound.
$9.00 - -
Barbecued Pork Ribs
Slow roasted pork ribs served with BBQ sauce. Sold by the pound.
$9.00 - -
Brazilian Sausage
A pork and beef mixture, mildly spicy and full of flavor. Sold by the pound.
$9.00 - -

Sauces & Dressings

Chimichurri Sauce
Diced parsley, cilantro, garlic, oregano, parsley, red crushed pepper and vinegar and oil.
$1.50 - -
Brazilian Vinaigrette
Diced tomatoes, bell peppers, onions, parsley, oregano, vinegar and oil.
$1.50 - -
Blue Cheese $1.50 - -
Ranch $1.50 - -
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About Texas de Brazil

The churrascaria culture has definitely taken root in the American culture โ€“ and it's a good thing, indeed, because you can never have too much succulent, juicy and flavorful grilled meats! Texas de Brazil, a family-owned Brazilian steakhouse chain, is among the favorites when it comes to the South American cuisine. Its first restaurant was opened in October 1998 in Addison, Texas and it has since then opened more restaurants in the United States and abroad.

The Texas de Brazil prices are higher than in many roadside churrascarias but this is to be expected โ€“ the chain offers better food, services, and facilities, after all. The chain also distinguishes itself from the competition by combining Texan-style meats and southern Brazil cooking techniques.

The meats include seasoned and roasted cuts of pork, beef, lamb, and chicken as well as Brazilian sausages. These are typically grilled over an open flame, a southern Brazil cooking method, to produce perfectly cooked meats. Unlike many churrascarias, there are no chicken hearts offered here but there are salads, aged cheeses, specialty items, and charcuterie available.

Above are the latest Texas de Brazil menu prices.