This restaurant was recommended to me by the staff at the excellent Hilton in Chandler.
I arrived during happy hour (Sun-Thu between 5:00 PM and 7:00 PM), so there were some drink and appetizer specials available.
Unfortunately, non of the appetizer specials fit my diet, so I ordered the Cold Crab Cocktail ($13), which was excellent--plenty crab meat seasoned with a remoulade that had a slight hit of spiciness to it but did not overpower the crab flavor. I enjoyed a glass of Line 39 Sauvignon Blanc with the crab. It was a good value at $5 per glass (this may have been a happy hour price) and worked nicely with the crab.
After the crab appetizer, I enjoyed the salad that came with my main course. I was informed that the house dressing was a parmesan peppercorn, so that's what I had. The salad was very good. There was nothing particularly remarkable about it, but it was a perfecty good salad.
For my main course, I had a 14 oz. ribeye steak ($28, which was served with sautéed mushrooms and a choice of potato (plus the salad). I was disappointed that I could not substitute the potato for a vegetable (I can't eat potatoes due to dietary restrictions). I ordered a large portion of sautéed spinach as a side, which cost $5.
The steak was high quality with great flavor and excellent marbling. It was served rare as ordered. The mushrooms and spinach were both very good. I enjoyed a glass of Argentine Trapiche Malbec ($7), which was not particularly complex but stood up nicely to the richness of the steak.
The service was excellent. Mandy, the bartender, was very friendly and helpful. She offered my samples of wines to try before I bought them. She also reassured me that I didn't need to worry about the "dust storm alert" that appeared on my phone (I'm from Pennsylvania and had never received a dust storm alert).
The ambience of the restaurant is pleasant. Other patrons were friendly and enjoying themselves. The bathrooms were clean and modern.
My only complaint is that you can't have a green vegetable as a side with a steak. Steakhouses are a refuge for people like myself who are on low carb diets. Potatoes and other starches are off limits to us. I shouldn't have to pay extra to have a side dish that I can actually eat. Most steakhouses either offer a green vegetable of some sort as an option, or all of the sides are à la carte anyway.
Less of a criticism and more of a suggestion: The same low carb dieters are unable to eat dessert. A cheese plate as a dessert option would be great (and would add some sophistication as well).
Despite the minor complaint, I really had a great meal here. The prices were very reasonable for the quality. I would definitely eat here again on my next visit to Chandler.
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