We are three couple and like the three different steaks - one for filet, the other rib-eye and the one sirloin.
The filet was excellent, rib eye average. This time I ordered a T bone - after a long time - was my favourite in the US.
I was surprised at the virtually absent tenderloin part. We were educated on the difference between the porterhouse and t bone - the former with a greater filet content. The manager was more than accommodating and updated the fayre with a small piece of Filet. This was beyond my expectation and was very well received. The rest of the sirloin was well seasoned and flavoured.
Unfortunately the vegetarian option - unsurprisingly, was very poor. Yes, we do have one of the ladies who is a vegetarian in the club!!! and this is always the acid test.
The tripple cooked chips were poorly done but the beef dripping chips were fine.
We had an excellent Chilean wine - with the meal - forgot the name!
By and large a good outing - and superb staff with great attitude. An enjoyable evening.
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