Magical Dining is still happening in Orlando and will be ending by the end of October. An event that usually happens for a month, Magical Dining gives visitors and locals the opportunity to try dishes for a fixed price of $35. Although you get 3 courses for $35, most restaurants will go up to 4 courses and others, such as Black Fire Brazilian Steakhouse will have all you can eat steak.
I had never been to Black Fire Brazilian Steakhouse, but after finding out that they were having an all you can eat deal for Magical Dining, I had to go try them.
Black Fire Brazilian Steakhouse
When first arriving, I noticed that they were following the rules for social distancing, which was great. My friends and I sat at a table that was far from other tables and I didn’t feel at all claustrophobic.
The staff was accommodating and our waiter explained the whole process of how they did the all you can eat.
One of the first things that was brought to our table was the cheese bread and fried yucca.
Once the waiter took our drink order, we headed over to the gourmet salad bar, which featured over 40 items – sushi rolls, pasta, salads and sides.
Once we sat back down after getting our salads and pastas, the waiters came around with all sorts of meats.
We had a card on the table that notified the waiters when we wanted more meat. If it was green, that meant we wanted more and if it was red, they would stop coming by the table.
Since this was all you can eat, we had all sorts of meats served table side. picanha, filet mignon wrapped in bacon, chicken drumstick, chicken breast wrapped in bacon, lamb chops, beef ribs, pork ribs, parmesan pork loin, brazilian pork sausage, chicken hearts, top sirloin, garlic top sirloin, bottom sirloin, ribeye, and leg of lamb.
After eating all you can eat sides and grilled meat, my friends and I were struggling. We were so full, we didn’t think we’d be able to fit the desserts, but we wanted desserts.
They had three options for desserts – Flan, Crème Brûlée and Chocolate Covered Cream Pie.
We each chose a different dessert and I of course went with my favorite – Crème Brûlée.
The desserts were delightful and I absolutely loved the Crème Brûlée. Aside from the desserts, everything else was fantastic! The meats, the sides and the appetizers.
For $35, this was absolutely worth it. These all you can eat steakhouses usually cost a lot more, so I’m glad my friends and I were able to enjoy this place during Magical Dining. If you’re ever in Orlando for Magical Dining, this is one place to definitely check out.
– There’s plenty of space in the parking lot and you do not have to pay for parking.
– Make sure to make a reservation a few days in advanced. They get booked quick!
– You do not need to wear your mask at the table, but you do need to wear a mask to go to the salad bar.
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