The all-you-can-eat, distinct method of spit-roasted
meats are as good as you would expect in a restaurant
where the fare is the first consideration.
There are myriad
types of high-end grilled meats, mostly cooked to a
tender babyish pink, including a comprehensive
assortment of steak -- rib eye, prime rib, crusty-edged
skirt steak, a diversity of pork (some may be tough),
crispy but succulent chicken legs, juicy lamb chops and
garlicky sausages. The slow-roasting, skewered cuts of
meats are prepared on the Brazilian rotisserie and over
fire-pits, dispensed by experienced meat carvers with
long, sharp, wooden-handled Brazilian knives.
Upon arrival diners
help themselves to a select variety from the
appetite-awaking buffet, contributing a broad choice of
seafood innovations as well as a fleet of zestful
salads. In addition the buffet hosts soups and hot
As good as the food
can be the desserts (not included in the price-fixed
package) lives up to the rest of the kitchens
reputation. The menu proffers rich, good-looking
choices. Among the favorites is the creme de papaia, a
sensuous flute of vanilla ice cram clustered with dewy,
fresh papaya wantonly drizzled with creme de cassis, a
mouth-watering, must-have Brazilian sweet-ending.
Finish with coffee, very strong and very good.
brags about its wine inventory and bar and cocktail
lounge, where diners can bide their time.
Needless to say, the
dinner menu touts the all encompassing price-fixed fare
at $36.95 per person. Seniors are charged $31.95;
children 6 to 12, $11.95. Should you choose to opt only
for the buffet it's $18.95.
Steak House, 2023 South Pine Avenue, Ocala, Florida.
Phone: 352-622-1741. Lunch Monday to Friday; dinner
served daily. Accepts reservations and major credit