Oasis Brazilian Restaurant offers surefire Brazilian churrascaria alongside an expansive — but not expensive — buffet for a dining experience that has something for everyone (even cocktails!). Think of it as the more casual Fogo de Chau, with a cosier interior
For light eaters, you pay by the amount of food you get (measured by the pound), whereas those with larger appetites pay a flat rate once they eat over a certain amount. There are non-meat dishes as well, but Oasis was originally a steakhouse; vegetarians will probably not be all that impressed.
The Oasis Cafe and Bakery is next door, so you’ll want to pop in there as well.