Chama Gaucha’s menu prices are significantly less than you think they’d be considering the unique variety of cuisine and high dedication to quality you’ll find at this Brazilian steakhouse. That’s right, Chama Gaucha is a restaurant with a distinctly unusual theme, a form of steak preparation brought out of South America into the US by a restaurateur who had experienced this form of dining in its home country and decided that we would benefit from it. Gaucha is the name for a chef who is specifically trained in the art of Brazilian cuisine and works at a location that specializes in it. Combining a unique form of dining experience with a cuisine not often seen in the US, Chama Gaucha is a wonderful date night destination.
Explore their full menu below:
|Chama Wings||6 Wings||$8.00|
|Chama Wings||12 Wings||$14.00|
|Grilled Chicken Breast & Filet Mignon||$12.00|
|Grilled Lamb Chops||$12.50|
|Charcuterie & Aged Cheeses||$16.00|
|Shrimp or Steak Nachos||$10.00|
|Bacon Wrapped Filet Mignon Sliders||$16.00|
Soup And Salad
|Baby Iceberg Wedge||$7.00|
Main Courses Off the Grill
|Filet Mignon||10 Oz.||$36.00|
|Lamb Chops||4 Double Bones||$34.00|
|Chicken Breast||12 Oz.||$24.00|
|Yukon Garlic Mashed Potatoes||$7.00|
|Sautéed Shiitake Mushrooms||$6.00|
|Macaroni & Cheese with Bacon||$6.00|
|Sautéed Broccoli & Asparagus||$7.00|
|Leese Fitch, Pinot Noir, California 2014||By The Glass||$8.50|
|Montalvo Wilmot, Tempranillo, Spain 2013||By The Glass||$9.00|
|Seven Falls, Merlot, Wahluke Slope, Washington 2012||By The Glass||$9.00|
|Felino by Paul Hobbs, Cabernet Sauvignon, Mendoza 2014||By The Glass||$9.50|
|Catena, Vista Flores Malbec, Mendoza 2013||By The Glass||$9.50|
|Avearaen, Pinot Noir , Willamette Valley, Oregon 2015||By The Glass||$12.00|
|Robert Mondavi, Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley 2013||By The Glass||$14.00|
|Chateau Elan Winery, Meritage, Bottled in Georgia 2014||By The Glass||$17.00|
|Quilt by Joseph Wagner,Cabernet Sauvig.,Napa Valley 2014||By The Glass||$19.50|
|Bodega Catena Zapata, Catena Alta Malbec, Mendoza 2012||By The Glass||$24.00|
|Cooper Mountain Vineyards, Pinot Gris, Oregon 2014||By The Glass||$8.50|
|Bex, Riesling, Germany 2014||By The Glass||$8.50|
|Dolce Colline, Prosecco, Italy N/V||By The Glass||$8.50|
|Chateau Castel Des Maures, Rose, Hyeres, France 2016||By The Glass||$10.00|
|Dourthe, Sauvignon Blanc, Bordeaux, France 2015||By The Glass||$10.00|
|Raeburn, Chardonnay, Russian River Valley 2014||By The Glass||$10.50|
|Cascinette Vietta, Moscato DAsti, Italy 2015||By The Glass||$12.00|
|Vanishing Point Winery, Chardonnay, Sonoma Coast 2013||By The Glass||$16.50|
|Louis Roederer La Ermitage, Sparkling Wine, California 2007||By The Glass||$18.00|
Cocktail And Martini List
|Açai Berry Breeze||$10.50|
|Mango Jalapeño Margarita||$10.50|
|Peach Passion Martini||$11.50|
|Garden in Rio||$11.50|
|Green Tea Martini||$11.50|
Popular Menu Items
The way that food and service are handled at Chama Gaucha means that their menu appears a bit more limited than it is. Each menu selection comes with a specific dining experience that is dictated by which meats are selected and specifically how they’re prepared and served. If you’ve never been to Chama Gaucha, we can only say that when you leave your favorite item on the menu is going to be “everything.” Head out to this fantastic restaurant to experience a whole new world of cuisine and flavors that will leave you hungry for more.
Their most popular offerings can be found below:
You won’t be ordering any of these items separately, and they are part of the standard rotation that occurs during any service. Part of the parade of meats they bring out is the classic Filet Mignon, considered by most chefs and beef lovers as the most succulent and delicious part of the entire cow. Rather than having a fancy seasoning, this piece is slow-roasted and sprinkled with salt to give you a pure meat flavor.
The ribs of beef are often considered to be the best available, especially when the cow was raised and fed in such a way that ensured that the meat wrapped around these ribs are well-marbled to provide the best texture. Seasoned carefully and roasted in their ovens it is brought out to the table and served to your heart’s content.
Price is part of a standard visit
Both the pork ribs and the pork loins served by Chama Gaucha are a delicious combination of flavors brought together with a heavy dusting of parmesan to give it that earthy note. Brought out as part of a typical cycle at Chama Gaucha, you won’t have to pay extra to enjoy this dish.
If you love lamb, you’re going to love this slow-roasted offering from the parade of meats they bring to your table. Available as either a rack of lamb or slices off of a leg of lamb Cordeiro is a classic Brazilian dish that will leave you hungry for more. Thankfully, you can eat to your heart’s content!
Chama Gaucha’s History
If you love exotic flavors served in a style that is part culinary magic and part presentation, its time to to stop in and check out what Chama Gaucha has to offer. The entire experience is incredible and imported directly from Brazil by the owner of this restaurant chain, and it’s something you’ll never forget. The service begins with the food being brought to your table on a seemingly never-ending parade of skewers dripping with specially seasoned meat that is cut to order. When you’re ready to receive you simply place the card they provide you with green side up on your table, when you’ve been sufficiently fed off that meat you flip it over to the red side. Everything from the food itself to the way its served with transport you away at one of our favorite date night destinations.