Samba Brazilian Steakhouse
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- 98%Nightlife Lovers
- 75%Luxury Travelers
- 51%Spiritual Seekers
- 51%History Buffs
- 51%Local Culture
- 51%Outdoor Enthusiasts
Member Reviews (7)
- Samba Brazilian SteakhouseMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 3Jan 30, 2014
I'm not much of a meat eater, but we won tickets for the Beatles Love show which included dinner here. We had a 3 course prix fixe menu. The food was extremely plentiful!
Loved the plantains. Cream Spinach was okay but seemed out of place. Seemed like it should have been served with artichokes and tortilla chips...and perhaps in CPK and not Samba Brazilian Steakhouse. Anyhoo....
As someone who eats chicken .002/10 times, I must say their chicken was very tasty, meaty and cooked unlike any other chicken I've had before! Maybe this is why I enjoyed it here and not in general. I rarely eat steak, but if I ever do, I prefer mine well done, so the steak was not my favorite as it was still moo-ing a bit. :/ I tried to eat around it, but it was very fatty, so that didn't work very well. Passed up on the poor lamb.... all I could think of was Mary's little lamb. (Not the restaurants fault....) The turkey was really good! I'm not much of a pork person, but I tried it. It was good but I only ate it to taste it.
The bread and the chimichurri sauce (?) was so yummy!! The salad was also really good! I ate that all! One of the best salads I've ever had. Also, the flan was one of the best I've ever had as well. Not too eggy.
This place is definitely a man's restaurant, as I think of men as being heavy meat eaters. I'm sure any meat lover would really love this place. For me, it was okay. But it was free for us, so why not?
One thing that was a downside for us was the green/red circle on the table. Red means to stop bringing meats, that you want to just relax for a bit and eat what you have. Green means keep it coming. However, even when we had it on red, the food just kept on coming. Our waiter told us about it twice, so we thought maybe we weren't understanding it. But after asking one of the bus boys, who was awesome, we realized we were using it correctly, but they just weren't paying attention! So really, why have it at all?!
- Samba Brazilian SteakhouseAmbassadorMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 4Nov 06, 2013
If you're tired of all the endless buffets in Las Vegas, stop by Samba in the Mirage for either the Brazilian all-you-can-at meatfest or simply, a delicious Brazilian dinner. The ambiance is quite nice here, as red is the dominant color. We sat at the bar right before the BEATLES LOVE show and had a fantastic dinner of pork chops and salmon. Eat entree comes with large sides, including sweet potatoes, plantaines, black beans, etc. The portions were absolutely huge!!! Just the sides alone constitute a meal in itself. The sweet chutney sauce on the pork chops was wonderful! Service was top-notch, as they rushed our order so we could get to the show. Next time, time to try the meatfest!!!
- Samba Brazilian SteakhouseMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness Travelers+ 2Dec 30, 2012
Indoors, on the strip, small area. It's good for friends and they have other options besides the buffet style bbq. The selection isnt as varied as some other places on the strip though
- Samba Brazilian SteakhouseMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 8Jul 05, 2012
Absolutely delicious Brazilian Steakhouse located just off the Mirage Casino floor. The sides are meant to be shared and are abundant and unique. My friend and I both had the Filet Mignon and thought it was delicious.
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