We went there for food after walking along sunset and wanting something fresher,non fried and a bit healthier!
It looked to be a popular restaurant with a nice outside dining area to and the welcoming staff member outside told us to choose a table and he would follow us. We choose one and then waited 10mins for anyone to come ask us if we wanted drinks and a menu.
We chose two steaks (myself a rib eye cooked pink and my husband a filet mignon cooked medium rare) and also a bottle of wine. The order was taken and a man came round with some bread which was nice as we hadn't chosen a starter
We then proceeded to wait 45mins for two steaks that should've roughly taken 15-20mins max so much so that the waiter noticed and went to enquire about them
What arrived was not pleasant.
My steak was definitely not a rib eye,it didn't have the distinctive marbling in the meat and had a layer of fat round the outside,it was more like a rump steak. It was so overcooked it was hard to eat but the accompanying vegetables were nice. My husbands filet was cooked pink and his gratin side dish was nice, the best thing about the main was a lovely French Merlot
After we had finished we were asked if we would like the chocolate flour less cake for dessert but I had asked for the menu as there was an apple dessert I fancied trying.we were told that there was only the choc flour less cake available so we tried that- the ice cream was the nicest part of the dish
We parted with our $120 for a meal that when we enquired about changing mine was told that it was a rib eye ( definitely wasn't as we were watching the other plates come out and they had the distinctive bone in them) and I had asked for it cooked and the chef wouldn't change it
Avoid this place as we got the distinct feeling that because we were tourists we were fobbed off with less than average dishes compared to what else was coming out
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