Gone. Nada. Zip. Turned into RaGaB but that's gone too.There's no more to say. It's a pity since my son had been there before and really liked it.
We drove all the way across town to discover that this place is closed. If they only moved locations, they did not leave a forwarding address on the door. Other than that, it is certainly gone.
After reading the reviews we decided to try Ragab it was wonderful. Not only was the meat and salad bar excellent, the staff was so friendly and attentive you felt like only customers in the restaurant. Can't wait to go back!
Went to Ragab after reading the reviews and had a very good meal. Daniel and team were very friendly, attentive and informative, without being obtrusive. Having chosen the ~$20 churrasco dinner, the 7 meats ranged from "wow" (grilled chicken and the top sirloin) to "ho-hum" (sausage and the pork tenderloin/Parmesan crust), but they were still good. The weakest part of... More
To be sure Ragab’s is trying to replicate the “Brazilian Steakhouse” chiaroscuro experience but it falls a bit short of its goal. The salad bar is fresh and many of the meats are well prepared but I think they are trying to cut corners to save money. They appeared to have “renamed” the restaurant to drop the price and to... More
We chose this restaurant based on the reviews and a rodizio-style dining experience years ago. The restaurant was smaller than expected. We were cheerfully seated by the hostess. The tables were roomy, and the restaurant was not very full (Tues. night). We opted for the $20 all you can eat Brazilian Dining Experience on the menu. The salad bar had... More
I liked the experience in general, but some of the Churrascaria items were very dried out and tough.
This place was fantastic. Its small and quaint. I was amazed at the service, only three folks running the whole restaurant. The service was out of this world. We went for my husbands birthday and had a fantastic time. Try the specialty drinks they are worth it. The meats were perfectly sized and were served exactly as we asked for... More
First Brazilian Steakhouse for me and WOW! $20 for an all-you-can-eat amazing dinner. Start eating as soon as you wish with fantastic salad bar (photographs) then well thought out breads, great meats and grilled cinnamon-pineapple rotates through. This place used to be $30 for dinner and included lamb and shrimp. At $20 for dinner, I'll do fine with the steak,... More
If I could give an rating of exceptional I would. Ragab exceeded all of our expectations. The food was outstanding, the service was both personal and professional. This was our second trip to a Brazilian steakhouse so we knew what to expect. However, the food and service at Ragab were exceptional. Immediately after ordering our drinks we were presented with... More
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