I reviewed Daniella's about a year ago, and my visit tonight reaffirmed what I had to say back then:
"I was a bit skeptical as I entered, as this is a somewhat small restaurant that shares a building with a fairly ordinary Best Western hotel. I was very pleasantly surprised at the very good food, generous portions, and attentive service. I live on the other side of town and this is a little out of the way, but I'll definitely be back.
While this is a steakhouse, it has an Italian influence as it offers risotto and pasta as alternatives to potato, and ciabatta bread is served with the meals. Not that there's any reason to avoid the baked potato--the one served with my wife's meal was absolutely huge (and tasty). I can't say whether the desserts are good, as we were so full that we couldn't try them."
I'd like to add that the owner visited the guests tonight, and his presence and gracious comments were a very nice touch. His commitment to making everything perfect was quite visible.
I've cooked steaks at home and I know that it is a real art to get them done just right, especially the thicker cuts. I can see how challenging this is for someone cooking numerous meals simultaneously. So I was understanding about my steak arriving medium/well, rather than medium, and didn't send it back because it was still very good. But I am sure that if any customer was truly unhappy with the way their meat was cooked, that they would make it right.
I expect to return, and would not hesitate to recommend Daniella's to my friends.
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