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Posted by Minnie Sota on 01/16/2014
Had no idea what dry aged was but now I cannot imagine treating myself to anything else. The setting is low key and classy, and the service helpful but not intrusive. The meat is so flavorful, no sauce needed, just a sprinkle of slat brings out the dry aged flavor and, wow, heaven.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/05/2012
Boyfriend and I ate there last Friday and we were not impressed. The food was actually fine; we shared a couple of appetizers and he had a steak while I had a burger. The meats were flavorful and well-cooked. But the wait staff was just unbelievably inattentive. There was a woman at a nearby table who was shouting so loud that all the other patrons in the restaurant kept turning their heads. We complained and we saw other patrons complaining, but the staff just shrugged and did NOTHING about it. I guess they thought it was better for dozens of people to be inconvenienced than to tell one woman that she was shouting.
Posted by Barry on 07/27/2012
Not your typical steak house but the meat is high quality.More of a Korean style.Prefer the one in Fort Lee only because it is BYOB which can save a lot of money. Still the dishes here are good and lunch dishes you can get things like a burger mixed with rice and similar type dishes. Overall we like the place for dinner or Brunch.
Posted by smh on 01/23/2012
my lady picked this place out and we enjoyed it very much. It is simplistic, yet warm ambiance dining area, not your regular wood paneled steakhouse. Porterhouse for two was excellent. Steak was nice and thick and cooked fine. Salad was very good. We ordered the mushroom appetizer, which was just OK. Would try something different for app next time. We had a Malbec with the meal, which was very good. The service was very good and would recommend trying it.
Posted by anonymous on 12/15/2011
It's unfortunate, but this place leaves more to be desired. You can feel the entrepreneurship approach and it's always nice to root for a small business, but they need to do better. We ordered some appetizers which were interesting and fairly tasty. However, the steaks were very thin (it's like they shrunk while cooking) and instead of eating a rib eye, I felt like I was eating a thin fairly fatty flank steak. The side dishes were very plain. There was next to no ambiance at the place as I felt like I was eating in a nice diner. The tables were very plain and the chairs were plastic backed chairs. When I asked what the waitress recommended, she provided no answers saying everything was good. Really? That's how I tell when a server really isn't experienced. The dessert was modest at best. I hope the owner reads this because I want they need to adjust the quality of their food and not cut corners. For now, I would not put this down as a steakhouse, but rather a nice diner.
Posted by Greenwich Villager on 11/12/2011
Overall, our experience was positive. In particular, our ribeye steaks were the equal of any served at the high-end steakhouses in midtown. And the decor, while not fancy, was pleasant. But the service was a little odd. At one point a waiter walked through the dining room wearing a plastic bag over his head, attempting to amuse the other waiters.