I probably haven't been to a Fogo de Chao in 5 or 6 years, and this was certainly a pleasant "re-introduction" to the chain. We had a reservation and were seated promptly. Our server Sebastian was timely and attentive and in between his visits was Diedre who checked in on us regularly for whatever we needed. Rungel (spelling) was the Manager that evening and he made certain we were well taken care of. In other words, the service was "on point" and the food as always was delicious. I won't wait another 5 or six years!
I went because a friend recommended it . I was a bit disappointed. We ordered the picahna. The taste was good but at $49 for 20 ounces , only a small piece was tender . The rest was so tough it was hard to cut and chew . It tasted very good . We told the waitress and she said “but did it taste good” and “ yes , that’s the way it is “. She also said the French fries were really good but they tasted like frozen fries from any inexpensive place . We also noticed that all the other guest were speaking Portuguese and they all received huge portions . Ours said it was for two but the rice was like for one person . For dessert we had coconut flan and it was very good . Overall, it was ok - will not go back or recommend to any one .