I was told that this is where the 'locals' eat, and dutifully went there. The place was a little over half full, and aside from tacky theme elements decorating the walls and dropped ceiling, the ambience was pretty comfy. The chef specializes in German cuisine, and so the hit for most was schnitzel.
Unfortunately, as I am gluten intolerant, I could not partake of that, but ordered a 'stacked steak'- two layers of sirloin with a goat cheese concoction filling, sitting on a bed of small roast potatoes and some indistinguishable greens.
Wine was not inexpensive, but not good either (an Okanagan Cab/Merlot), and served in thick rimmed cheap glassware.
The meat was tough, even though medium rare, the presentation and components pretty mediocre. They served 'au jus', but it was by their admission reconstituted, not real.
The dessert-again a challenge to find gluten free, was truly disgusting. A kind of caramel parfait, more akin to sweetened glue.
The sole waiter was disinterested, unapologetic for the obvious deficiencies. It was clear he was focused on the big tables with bigger tip potential.
A mediocre steak, dessert and a glass of wine- well over $55. Not good value.
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