We had high hopes. We were (reluctantly) seated when we arrived without a booking, mid week at about 6:15. The website gave no clues to licensing so we brought a rather special bottle. Happy to pay corkage but management would have non of that - wines off their list or nothing. Not a good start.
We ordered a steak each, mine a Rib Eye on the bone and my wife a Scotch Fillet. Both were tough and chewy.
A mistake of ours was also to order sides of Hand Cut Chips and Cobb Salad - without being reminded that the Starks came with mash and salad.
The points given are for presentation, which is wonderful. You could however have a perfectly fine steak across the road at the Republic for a fraction of the 5 star prices.
This place could lift its game but I doubt that it will. It will roar for a few months until everyone has tried it once, then the flame will flicker out.
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