Brazilian steakhouse Fogo de Chão launches $15 Weekday Lunch menu

18th May 2018 (Last Updated May 18th, 2018 10:36)

Brazilian steakhouse Fogo de Chão has launched $15 Weekday Lunch menu featuring three salads and a drink for this summer.

Brazilian steakhouse Fogo de Chão launches $15 Weekday Lunch menu
Fogo’s $15 Weekday Lunch menu. Credit: Fogo de Chao.

Brazilian steakhouse Fogo de Chão has launched $15 Weekday Lunch menu featuring three salads and a drink for this summer.

Available for a limited time at all Fogo de Chão locations, the lunch menu includes watermelon feta, heirloom tomato & mozzarella and chickpea salads as well as its watermelon fresca mocktail.

Heirloom Tomato & Mozzarella is made using red and yellow heirloom tomatoes, Buffalo mozzarella and topped with extra virgin olive oil, cracked black pepper and basil.

Chickpea Salad contains chickpeas mixed with summer basil, fresh parsley, red onion and red bell pepper along with house-made lemon Dijon vinaigrette for dressing.

Watermelon Feta Salad is a blend of watermelon, feta, summer basil, fresh mint and cracked black pepper. Watermelon Fresca is a non-alcoholic mocktail drink made using watermelons, pure cane sugar, lime and mint, and is served over crushed ice.

Fogo de Chão chief executive officer Larry Johnson said: “During the summer months in Brazil, friends and family spend a lot of time surrounding a fogo de chão, or campfire.

“Our summer menu was carefully crafted to celebrate this tradition by offering guests new options to enjoy alongside premium cuts of meat that are fire-roasted by our expert gaucho chefs.”

In addition, the $15 Weekday Lunch includes seasonal Market Table & Feijoada Bar as well as Brazilian side dishes.

The restaurant chain also offers a single selection of fire-roasted meat for $25 as an addition to the lunch menu.

Established in in 1979, Fogo de Chão currently operates 52 locations throughout Brazil, the US, Mexico and the Middle East.

The restaurant offers various menu items including seasonal salads, soup, fresh vegetables and imported charcuterie.