Charcoal Brazilian Steakhouse
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Business casual, no hats or jeans
$ - Cheap Eats (Under $10)
$$ - Moderate ($11-$25)
$$$ - Expensive ($25-$50)
$$$$ - Very Pricey (Over $50)
Reviews of Charcoal Brazilian Steakhouse
Lisa T posted on 09/03/2013
Food was pretty good...service was bad. Waiter acted like a snooty snob. He actually had a lift to his chin, with his nose upward. We had to ask for bread basket, and was told he was checking on that, all the while...other guests who came in after us were recieving their bread baskets from their waiters. Among 5 adults and 2 children we finally got our bread basket with 5 pieces of bread one of which was a small hill piece, and 4 pats of butter. So not everyone even got a piece of the bread. We asked for another basket he lifted his nose a little higher and said he would check on it. In the mean time our order came 3 of us had ordered baked potatoes with our meals, and they were very large baked potatoes, we were each given one of those tiny pats for the potatoe. We asked for more butter, again the nose went a little higher, and he returned with 3 more pats of butter and proceeded to tell us that would have to do us because there was no more butter in the "house", and that he had to scrape those 3 pats up. I laughed, here it is labor day week end and a prominent restaurant doesn't have any more butter...wheww what are they going to do??? Anyway the food tasted ok...pricey...but the service is what really made it horrible, and the gratuity was already added in...I wouldn't have left him anything.<br />
The Humphrey Ramily from Mountain City, TN posted on 06/27/2013
On our last night of vacation at Myrtle Beach, we went here because a friend had told us how really great the experience was. We chose the brazilian meal and it was amazing. You are given tongs as well as fork, knife and spoon. The tongs are meant to pull the meat of the spick as the server offers them. We received at least 15 different types of meat. I will agree the filet mignon was a little rare to my taste, but they were happy to get more and it was just right. The shrimp was killer as was the bacon wrapped chicken. There was so much food offered we were stuffed by the end of the meal. The staff was BEYOND attentive! The chowder soup...awesome. I don't usually type up a review, but I felt this place was so great, it was worth the time to do. Sean was our server, and he made us feel right at home. The atmosphere is appropriate as well. We are a family of five, with my 3 sons being BIG EATERS. They were well pleased. The cost was more than fair for the quality of service offered and the variety of meats. I guess they just made us feel special and that is rare. I also wanted to mention the grilled pineapple at the end of the meal....omg. It is dusted with cinnamin and so juicy you just can't stop eating it. I hope those that go to Myrtle Beach, give this place a chance because honestly the experience was a 10.
Bobby Webb posted on 05/26/2012
all - This was such a terrible experience. The meat was all undercooked and very little selection compared to what they advertised. Once they placed one piece of meat on our plate they realized it wasn't even cooked all the way through... It was bad!<br />
3 adults and 2 children was $179.00 after they added an 18% tip and the service barely rose to 10% level. They had to continually reach over me to place meat on the other plates because we were all sitting in a rectangular table.<br />
I think they hide the price because no one would pay $25 per person without a beverage regardless if they are 9 or 90. Add the tip and you feel sick.<br />
If you think about this place for a meal... Keep the car running and save your money.<br />
And for the record I am not with the competition but I am a customer with high expectations when I spend this kind of money.