Chima Brazilian Steakhouse Prices
The Brazilian churrascarias, or steakhouses, are gaining ground in the hearts and stomachs of Americans! This isn't surprising as meats including beef, pork and lamb are staples of the American diet so the acceptance of churrascarias as part of the culinary landscape is easy. The Chima Brazilian Steakhouse is among the churrascarias making its mark more indelibly than its competitors and we can understand why.
The Chima Brazilian Steakhouse restaurants in the United States are imports, so to speak, from Brazil where the Silva family still owns and operates many of them. Every restaurant, nonetheless, is known for its generosity in servings and hospitality in service, a combo that sits well with its American customers. The perfectly grilled rotisserie meats, which include cuts like beef, pork, lamb, and chicken as well as fish, are served on a metal skewer, as is the Brazilian steakhouse tradition.
The Chima Brazilian Steakhouse prices are relatively expensive but it's to be expected because of the chain's upscale status. The food menu include exceptional selections of salads, cold cuts, soups, and cheeses, as well as champagnes and wines.
Below are the latest Chima Brazilian Steakhouse menu prices.
Prices shown in USD.
Full Dinner and Dessert
Includes appetizers, salad bar, Rodizio (meats), side dishes, and dessert.
|3-Course Meal (Per Person)||$54.90||-||-|
|3-Course Meal (Restaurant Week, No Dessert) - Per Person||$35.00||-||-|
|Nobilissima Pinot Grigio, Italy||$30.00||-||-|
|Bertolani Dolce Fiore Lambrusco, Italy||$30.00||-||-|
|Lionel Osmin Malbec, France||$30.00||-||-|