A stellar Brazilian steakhouse may start with the quality of the meat, but to truly separate itself from the pack, it also needs to deliver when it comes to the salad bar and the service. Chama Gaúcha, located on Westheimer near The Galleria, succeeds in all three criteria. Want quality meat? Take your pick from among cuts like their picanha (top sirloin), charred at the edges and so full of flavor. There's also rib eye, lamb and beef costela (beef ribs), not to mention sausages, chicken and bacon-wrapped chicken breast or filet mignon, and more. The salad bar is enough to fill you up in one sitting. You can choose from fresh cheese and charcuterie; hot items like the Brazilian black bean feijoada stew; fresh cuts of roasted beets, artichokes, asparagus, seasonal fruits and marinated eggplant; and composed salads of pasta, cucumber, beans and more. All this, with as much roasted bananas, fried polenta, mashed potatoes and Brazilian cheese bread as you could want at the touch of a finger. Chama Gaúcha adheres to the Brazilian rodizio format, which means the servers come to your table when you set the button at your table to green, slicing meat at your table. So, when it's on, it's on. They come quickly and serve you generously, ensuring that you leave thoroughly satiated yet hungry for a return visit.