We recently ate here with a group of people, and in comparison to our favorite steakhouse it was really expensive. The charbonnade is a novel idea, but when it comes down to it, it's just a plain, thin piece of rump steak. I ended up eating it with peppers, mustard fruit and fries - which takes away from the fact you are supposed to be eating steak. Their matchstick fries are great and they came around with fresh ones all the time. It was a good night, but I don't think we would go back only because we found an amazing steakhouse which has yet to be beat.
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