This is a steak house, Italian style. Beef and buffalo of US, Australian, Italian and possibly other origins, in various cuts, well prepared. Probably more unusual for an Italian than an American.
They serve you a small complimentary antipasto while you wait for you main dish.
Typical Italian vegetables accompany the meat. You also get a hot salt rock to heat your pieces on if they cool down.
The wine list is not very long but well chosen and nicely priced (we had a Lagrein from Alto Adige). We ate early and the service was quick and friendly as you'd expect. They speak very limited English.
Obviously, don't go here for a typical Italian meal, but it's a nice venue for a carnivorous interlude.
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