We went to Chima for my cousin's son's first birthday. Too bad the birthday boy couldn't enjoy the bounty of Brazilian barbeque that everyone else was partaking in. While this was a private event, they layout of the restaurant doesn't allow for full privacy. Other diners had to regularly walk through our area to get to their tables, and we had to access the salad bar in the general dining area.
The salad bar is vast and provides a lot of options, but I've experienced much better from a other Brazilian steakhouses. Still it wasn't bad, and a good starter.
As for the barbeque, I don't feel like I got to sample all of the options. Some servers missed my table completely, so I tried about five different cuts of meat. What I did try was very tasty, which of course made me want more. Bring your appetite and be proactive about gesturing servers to your table. You'll be sure to get your fill. As it was a private event, I wasn't sure how we were going to be served, but we had access to everything that other diners did.
Complimentary valet parking is really the only option for parking as Chima is located apart from the rest of Tysons Corner.
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