Your steak won't be served to you lying flat on a plate. It will be served quite hot, very adeptly seasoned, by a swift-moving gauchos, trained Brazilian chefs, carrying it vertically on a large skewer. They'll slice it and you'll grab each slice with a pair of nifty little tongs provided at your place setting.The service and carving of the meats are controlled by each individual guests with a red and green sided card. The green side indicates that you are ready and waiting on meats. When you've reached your limit, turn the red side up. Have small tastes at first; there are many kinds of meat (12 in total). These include bacon-wrapped filet, marinated chicken drumsticks, lamb, pork and beef ribs, and the house specialty, Picanha, or the prime cut of sirloin. For our vegetarian guests, we do offer a bountiful salad bar with over 30 different items. Come experience the Essense of Southern Brazil here at Chama Gaucha.