Las Vegas has just about every food you can think of. One cuisine enjoyed throughout the world is Brazilian. Pampas Brazilian Steak and Seafood is one of the most popular spots located in the world famous Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino. With the success of their restaurant in Las Vegas for over 7 years, they’re opening other locations around the country.
Paul O’ Hearn, the General Manager, told me that people love the great selection, and the drinks complement the meal perfectly. With that thought, I suggest trying the popular drink of Brazil, Caipirenha. The ingredients are as diverse as Brazil, served with ypioza, cachuca, lime and Sangria, made with red or white creme de Bordeaux and fresh fruit. Amazing!
Pampas’ selection of meat starts with USDA beef such as Picanta Nobre which is a Brazilian cut top sirloin; Cortego, leg of lamb; Alcatra, Tender Top Sirloin seasoned with rock salt and olive oil; Lombo, Pork leg with cortander adobo; Maminha De Aicatra Tnder tri tip roast seasoned with sea salt; Faix Enrolado Con Bacon, filet, aginon wrapped with bacon; Contra- File, Garlic and shallot marinated sirloin; Franco, Tender chicken breast wrapped in bacon; Franco Picande, Chicken legs marinated with garlic; Linguica De Porco, made with house made pork sausage with fennel and garlic; Linuica Calabresa, House-made pork sausage with harissa and chilies; Abacaxi, a slow roasted pineapple and Pernil De Porco, a slow roasted ham.
With such a grand selection of meats, not to mention the salad bar and the seafood, it takes about two hours to partake in this wonderful experience and there is no hurry. Just relax and enjoy.
I asked Paul if he caters for vegetarians. The good news is that there’s a Vegetarian Rodizio, which consists of skewered roma tomatoes, zucchini, squash, peppers, onions, and Portobello mushrooms seasoned with sea salt and olive oil. There are also unlimited selections from the salad bar with such goodies such as hummus, various roasted peppers, and so much more.
The quality and range are why I really love Pampas Brazilian Steakhouse and Seafood. In fact Paul says it is an exceptional way to have a corporate meeting, in one of the private banquet facilities.
Considering the quality and amount of food one person can enjoy, the price of $25.00 to $45.00 is very reasonable, especially when an average meal in a dinner house is about $50.00.
My guests on this accession, where Andres Carranza and Lary Carilson, both actors and producers, who loved the diversified menu. After we finished and relaxed, Carranza said, “Talk about a great meal. This selection is the best beef I’ve had in a long time.”
Celebrity Scene News awards 3 stars to Pampas Brazilian Steak and Seafood, for their diverse selection of quality cuisine.
For reservations call  737-4748.