Like many others, we stayed at the Sheraton and had a voucher for dinner. Since we were celebrating our 30th anniversary, pre-warned with the costs of this restaurant, we entered. When we arrived the hostess asked if we were celerating any occassion, and I thus replied yes.(more to follow on this thought later).
When I looked at the menu it was slightly different than the online. When I asked our server she said this one is privately owned. We had the peitit steak 80z $44 each, cooked to perfection!! absolutely no complaints there. We split a side of asparagus hollandaise which I thought was very good and crisp. Sweet potatoe caserole with brown sugar and pecans is good but very sweet, more like a desert than a side.
Our server Samantha (excellent, attentive) told us desert was on the house as it was our anniversary. I was stuffed and declined, but she suggested I take it as "to go". (I was surprised but happily agrees) It came packaged nicely, with a Happy Anniversary note in it....Nice touch!! My husband had ice cream and coffee (reasonable $4).
Booths were far apart, lots or privacy, but on the dark side. I too would suggest asking for a booth with a fireside in the booth, as it seems more romantic....My main criticism is that you could be anywhere :( no feeling of being in Niagara Falls). If deciding between this and The Keg (located at Embassy) I would suggest the Keg for atmosphere, and one of a kind views.
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