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Chima Brazilian Steakhouse
Review Type: Restaurant
Location: 8010 Towers Crescent Drive, Vienna, VA 22182
Dedicated GF: No
Phone: 703-639-3080
Trip Type: Family meal/vacation
Travel Dates: various
Review Posted: Jan 10, 2013
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Our family has eaten at Chima. We've never had a problem with gluten and I'm very sensitive. I've even eaten off of the large salad bar which I usually never ever do. But they run a tight ship there and attend to the food.
The rolls were always gluten free but not dairy free. I believe they are either the Chebe brand or something like it. No nutritional value but tastes good. But then again going to an all you can eat steak house is not something to do everyday. I always let the staff know however so they can take care to inform me what is safe as we go. They will bring lots of little dishes to the table so ask about those.



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