Lion and Compass is a very pricey restaurant in Silicon Valley, with dinner entree prices ranging from $20 to $40. Filet Mignon is $39, New York Steak is $38, Crusted Chilean Sea Bass is $34, Full Rack of Lamb is $38. I use the entertainment.com coupon for $24 off, or the restaurant.com certificate for $25 off when going to this restaurant. The place is only open on weekdays, and caters to business lunches and dinners.
My wife had a full rack of lamb, medium rare, while I had the salmon with shrimp and potstickers entree for $26. The salmon was prepared with a wine sauce that complimented the otherwise lack of fish flavor. This was definitely a farm raised salmon and not a wild salmon. The shrimp and potstickers had distinct tastes to make up for the shortcomings of the salmon. My wife liked her dish, but I didn't think the meal was worth the final price of $64, before taxes, tip, and coupon discount. BTW they did not puncn my entertainment card, so I can use it again.
You are paying for the ambiance of the restaurant, which has a garden setting, sunshine through the mediterranean style windows, white table cloths, and candle lights by the tables. No music, and no curtains, with plenty of noise from talking resonating off the hardwood floors. A good place to entertain a client and resolve business agreements.
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