Texas de Brazil is a great place in which to dine in trendy Sundance Square, where you'll find upscale shopping, galleries and Bass Hall-- home of the Ft. Worth Symphony.
We had driven by this restaurant on our last visit to the city and noticed the blazing torches on the front of the building. That will catch your eye!
Inside the restaurant has colorful artwork on vivid red walls and a dramatic center stairway leading to additional dining upstairs. The tables on the entrance level circle the central stairway and are handy to the salad buffet. A 12 foot tall floral arrangement brightens up the landing between the two levels. A selection of contemporary Latin music spiced things up a bit.
Patrons are given tokens which signal to the servers whether you are ready for more skewered meats, like parmesan chicken, bacon wrapped chicken, filet mignon, flank steak, pork and others. If you put the green side of the token up, it means 'Keep the food coming!". If the red side is up, it means "Whoa, I've had enough!"
We saved a small corner of our stomachs for dessert, so shared pecan pie with vanilla ice cream. It was somewhat pricey, but the food was excellent!
Favorite Dish: All the meats were tender and delicious!