Believing that this handsome restaurant must have gotten better in the last two years, we set
out to enjoy lunch.
Let it be said from the onset, that the character of the restaurant is superior - with historical
memorabilia upstairs, downstairs, and outside; it's an education.
Let it also be said that the staff are exceedingly pleasant and helpful; they rate an A+.
We eagerly ordered steak sandwiches ($20@).
Whenever someone marinates beef, I suspect that it is to disguise or otherwise mask something characteristically bad about that piece of meat.
Suffice to say, we both agreed that it was THE WORST steak sandwich...or any other kind of steak...that we had ever eaten in our long lives.
Within an hour of leaving the restaurant, one of us had a severe reaction (we'll leave it at that).
The fact that there is really no competition for 'the station' (save for the Post Hotel), is why we theorize that it would fail...and fail quickly - unless and until someone changes the way in which
food is prepared.
If you nevertheless go, it would be wise to make it for drinks...and give the food a big pass.
The neighboring Post Hotel is always perfect in every regard, and it is recommended without
qualification or exception...be it for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
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