A typical North American steak restaurant experience, meaning the stereo type of large robust furniture, dim lighting and a bar with live-piano-playing having a prominent place overall. It fully lived up to that, with the piano-playing sound level good for the bar-guests, but somewhat loud for a dining experience where you also want to converse a bit. The food was great (we had steak, fish and a range of salads) and the service was fine and quick but edging on "you better tip well" attitude among some of the staff. Great wine list, but they just did not have what they listed which was a bit of a letdown, especially when they apologized for the wine list being "outdated" - so why not update it! What they then had, was good and okay priced
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