Everyone said "You have to be a real carnivore to love this restaurant". I am. But I was disappointed overall. The salad bar was really lovely, lots of choices, very fresh. But when it came to the main meal, it was rather disappointing. There are three sides served with the meat. Mashed potatoes (boring) fried bananas (which I thought would be plantains - doesn't that make sense at a South Amerian place? - it was candified sweet bananas fried) and asparagus. The meat: lots of it. If you are quantity vs. quality eater, then you won't be disappointed. The meat comes constantly until you turn your coin to red which is a great concept. However, the meat wasn't prime, wasn't seasoned and wasn't allowed to rest before it was served. I would give the meat a 7/10. The restaurant itself is very loud, crowded, the lighting is more like a bar who wants the patrons to leave (too bright!) and not attractive overall. The bar was fine - we had a drink and asked for a pisco sour. We were told that they JUST started serving those that night on their new menu - but when I inquired as to how they were made (should be Pisco which is Peruvian brandy, egg white, sour, and nutmeg) i was told they didn't even know but for sure there was no egg white. We didn't try one. No dessert for us as we were too full from meat. The restaurant is pricey so if you go don't eat lunch if you go for dinner so you get your money's worth.
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