We partnered with Tucanos. All opinions are my own.
Wednesday we had the opportunity to go to the newest Tucanos Restaurant that is now open in Farmington, Utah. We got to tour the facility, experience their service and delicious food as well as learn about all the precautions they are taking to help everyone feel safe and comfortable while there during COVID-19.
Getting to the Farmington Tucanos is easy. It is located on the west side of I-15 in Farmington Station. As you walk in the building you will be impressed with the beautiful décor and design. Many of the materials are actually imported from Brazil!
There is a lot of seating, and the Salad Festival is centered perfectly so it is convenient for everyone to access. When you get up to the Salad Festival, there is a dedicated team member who will wait for you to sanitize your hands with the provided sanitizer, then she will hand you a plate or other materials you need.
The Salad Festival is packed with a wide variety of foods from salads, vegetables, seafood like shrimp and sushi, soups, beans, rice, bread, fried bananas and so much more!
Here is some more information about what to expect when you visit your local Tucanos. There are Tucanos in Albuquerque, NM, Boise, ID, Colorado Springs, CO, Newport News, VA, Orem, UT, Salt Lake City, UT, Farmington, UT, St. Charles, MO.
Come to Tucanos Brazilian Grill, where a dining experience rich in flavor and heritage awaits you. The Brazilian tradition of grilling, or CHURRASCO (shoe-HAS-ko), is a fusion of South American and European cultures. From its birth in the Pampas or grasslands of Brazil, to the sparkling beaches of Rio de Janeiro, Tucanos now extends this festive tradition to you.
At Tucanos, meats and vegetables are carefully selected to ensure that only the freshest cuisine is served. Our meats are tastefully seasoned and cooked on skewers over open-flame grills. The skewers are then brought to your table where sizzling portions are sliced onto your plate. You may choose as many different flavors and cuts as you like.
TUCANOS SALAD FESTIVAL
The Salad Festival features both Brazilian and American specialties, providing a fusion of distinct flavors, textures and colors. Festival selections include the Tucanos House Salad, hearts of palm, shrimp, seasonal fruit selections, fresh mozzarella, quail eggs and many other items.
Hot selections such as seasoned rice, pastas, potatoes, stroganoff, feijoada (a traditional black bean stew) and freshly made soups including lobster bisque are also available on the salad festival to accompany the meat selections. New Salad festival selections are continually added to ensure freshness and variety.