We have been asked to write a list of the best buffets in Dallas and initially that seems like a dreadful task, but once we pulled off the ugly layers of the buffet onion we were shocked at how many lovely experiences could be found. The very best way to run a buffet situation is to keep it fresh, clean and with an unusual variety to keep guest’s interest. In the case of the Indian food buffet, it makes for an excellent canvass to bring newcomers to the cuisine with the ability to instantly sample a variety of dishes and spark an interest that may not have formerly been there.
We think we found a few you will enjoy. We hope you share your favorites in the comment section! Continue reading →
Fogo de Chão opened its latest location in Plano’s high-profile Legacy West development. The Legacy West restaurant celebrates the brand’s 40-year history by showcasing new ways to dine in an elevated setting. Upon entering, guests will have a panoramic view of the dining room, an expansive Bar Fogo area including a covered outdoor patio, and a 16-foot bas-relief interpretation of Antônio Caringi’s famous statue, O Laçador, an embodiment of the gaucho culture of Southern Brazil. Continue reading →
Perhaps you have been to a churrascaria or a Brazilian steakhouse and sampled the flurry of meats that are served by the gauchos. If you have chances are you have been to Fogo de Chao, which started with nine locations in Brazil before expanding to the United States, with Dallas as its first domestic location. Continue reading →
Fogo de Chão has just introduced two new salads for the Fall. Kale and Orange Slices offers the crisp texture of kale with the sweetness of fresh orange slices. The Roasted Beet and Butternut Squash Salad combines the unique flavors of ripe beets with the sweet autumnal notes of butternut squash. We tasted them at a media event at the Addison location this week and wholeheartedly say that both of these salads are Crave Recommended. Continue reading →