Welcome To Vila Brazil Restaurant

Hungry for a taste of Brazil? Then Vila Brazil is the restaurant for you! Vila Brazil offers a taste of home for those lucky people who grew up with the satisfying flavor of Brazilian cooking. Come to Vila Brazil to enjoy this country’s tender, juicy, mouth-watering meals again and again. Vila Brazil serves churrascaria as its centerpiece fare, and customers rave about the experience!

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Afficionados say…

Don’t just take our word for it. Let out customers tell you how they feel about our restaurant. For years we have been building a restaurant that feels like we are feeding our friends and family. Come and be a part of our family.
  •   Super nice people and really good food. Reminded me of the small places in Rio Grande du Sul Brasil. Authentic people and authentic food. Great place.

    thumb Lon J.
  •   Went with the family for an early dinner on a Saturday. We've been here before so we also went early to beat the crowd. It is a quaint restaurant. We have never had a problem finding parking even during the times we went and it was packed. This is our go to when we're craving a Brazilian Steakhouse. We love the quality, the ambiance, and the kind service we always receive. Also, the price can't be beat. They are much more reasonable than other Brazilian Buffets with out compromising quality and service. Our favorite is definitely the picanha but all the items are delicious. We also love the cheesy bread and the pineapple. Another great thing is they allow you to bring your own wine. We regularly recommend this place to our friends and coworkers.

    thumb Jen A.
  •   The customer service was great, we got a private room for a group of about 20 adults, it was really nice. The food was at best average in my opinion, I don't think I would go back again. I did like their black bean soup!

    thumb Rita A.
  •   After reading all the great reviews, and hearing the word of mouth, we were super excited to try this place. We were pre warned that it was going to be crowded, and that it was. But that's not the part that bothers me.

    When we walked in, we were quick to be sat down, we were put next to a wall that barely fit us, the woman that helped us, was nice at first, and very helpful. But soon we realize that would be the last of that.

    Let's get to the food, I was impressed to see that there was quite a few things on their salad bar that aren't normally on salad bars, they only had one salad option, very few vegetables, but I did like that they had the Brazilian bread, polenta, fried cauliflower, sweet potatoes, and beef empanadas. So some of these things were good, some lacked in flavor. The Brazilian bread was very dense. And I think it had been sitting on the salad bar for too long as it was very hard at the bottom.

    It is supposed to be all you can eat meat, for a place that says that it has many options, we only saw maybe four of those options. The parmesan chicken, which was burnt several times that it came up to us, the sausage, which was very greasy, the garlic beef which had no taste whatsoever, and the chicken legs. Overall we were quite unimpressed.

    During this time our server refilled our drinks once maybe twice, but overall began to ignore us once some larger parties came in. Every time we tried to get her attention she would look the other way as fast as possible, it was very frustrating.

    When it came towards the end of the meal, we asked if we could have some of the cinnamon pineapple, we were really excited to try it as the reviews boast that it is delicious. And honestly it was the best part of our meal. What made us a little upset when we got the bill was that they do not let you know that they do charge for it. It's only $2, but after the experience that we had it was kind of just the last straw. If I'm going to be charge for additional things that are usually free at other Brazilian steakhouses I just want to know.

    I feel like the lack of flavor in the food, and the lack of choices that they actually offer, along with the service and the extra charges, have brought me to the conclusion that 1 out of 5 stars is going to be the best grade for this place. I think next time I will take my $50 elsewhere.

    thumb Heather J.
  •   A little off the beaten path.  This is hiding behind the CVS.  You will notice the pricing here is almost half of Fogo and Texas, but don't let it fool you. This had much more of a family feel to it.

    The types of meat served are why it commands a lower price. The offerings do not include filets or ribs.  However, the offerings are quality.  The meats all have excellent dry rubs, are cooked properly, and and are good cuts of meat.

    The wine list has about 8 reds and 8 whites; we have a few bottles at a work dinner.   The red (can't recall the name... Alamos?) was excellent with he meal.  

    The service seemed to be up and down at times. It felt like we had a person there every moment, then no one to be found; half a star for that.  

    Overall, this is a spot I'd recommend if you are close by.   Sorry I didn't take photos....

    thumb Bjorn B.