Hamilton's is among the better places in Logan, however it wouldn't last very long with real competition.
Steak and prime rib are probably the best choices here. The meat is accurately cooked and good quality with little or no additional seasoning. Prime rib was tender and juicy.
The onion soup is only fair. The broth is a little bland, but flavorful, croutons/bread top are boring and the cheese is one big melted ball without any hint of being put near a broiler or torch to brown.
The jalapeno bread is very good, nicely balanced and well crusted.
The Dinner for Two specials: soup/salad, entree with vegetables & potato and dessert are the best value. Portions of fish will be small, or at least smaller than some are accustomed to receiving but more in line with a reasonable calorie diet. The mizo salmon was moist and not over-cooked. Chicken on this special is dark meat only.
The mini desserts are a high point, in particular the creme brulee, although chocolate mousse was also very good. That was the only part of the meal that looked as good as the exterior appearance of the restaurant.
Wait staff was good.
The cost was modest and so was most of the meal.
For lunch/ light dinner I suggest Kneader's instead.
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