When I heard about this place, I had to try it. You walk in, and the subdued lighting catches your eyes, and then you see the flames of large grills in the middle of the restaurant, surrounded by people who are cooking their steaks and seafood.
When you sit down, you get a menu and a choice - you can either cook your own steak, or have their staff cook it for a couple of dollars more. Then you get to go to a cooler with a plate and pick out the steak you want.
The coolers are filled with steaks that are not frozen. You get your choice of T-Bone, top Sirloin, Filet Mignon, Beef Brochette, Rib Eye, Kansas City Strip, and the Teriyaki versions of the top Sirloin, Filet, or Beef Brochette, and finally, the catch of the day.
The size of the serving depends on which cut you buy. For example, if you buy a top Sirloin, it weighs in at 20-21 ounces, while the Filet weighs in at 9 to 10 ounces.
The seasonings are readily available, and include salt, pepper, garlic salt and garlic powder to name a few. Beyond this, there is a container of melted butter, which helps to keep the Texas Toast stickling to the garlic. Long handled tools are provided so you don't get scorched cooking your dinner.
The salad bar is a little weak, all things considered. That also serves as their Baked Potato station, so you can go there and pick up your before and during dinner food.
I really like this place, and wish it was closer than Princeton, which is a good hour away.
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