Tired after a long drive, we stumbled in to the unfortunately named Sopranos Steak House for a late dinner. this is a small space but a cheerfully decorated one, with lots of red plush in the comfortable booths.
it can be hard not to be cynical about the predictable menu offerings - but we ordered the simplest steak dish, the sirloin. It was tasty - though if you are ordering steak, expect it to be overcooked and opt for one step down (so if you like your steak medium, order medium rare and it will be just right). The steak was good, the garlic mashed potatoes were real and delicious, with just the right amount of garlic, and the vegetables, usually the achilles heel of this kind of place, were first rate. Adding a couple of weel-crafetd onion rings to the top of the steak was a nice touch and the peppercorn sauce was worthy of a much more upscale joint. Somebody knows how to cook here, but the wait staff are overloaded and generally missing in action.!
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