This is the second time we have eaten here in 2 months. The first time, as a treat for my son's 13th birthday, the second for my birthday. The restaurant itself is lovely, very welcoming and comfortable. Nice to see the Rugby 6 Nations being aired on a large flat screen TV in the bar! The staff are very helpful and polite. The food, on both occasions, was nice, and I'm only sorry I could not use a more inspiring word to describe it. The 'non steak' options are good, if not a little small for the price. The Steaks however are decidedly average, and incredibly overpriced. £25 for the cheapest steak on the menu is a rip off for the quality of the meat. My husband on both occasions had steak (against my advice having been disappointed the first time), and was just set up for disappointment. What makes the Lazy Cow steaks worthy of being £10-20 (and beyond) more expensive than any other steak house/gastro pub is beyond me. Not being one to complain my husband did not cause a fuss, as he did not want to have to wait for another steak that would simply be identical to the first, you can't improve on the tenderness unfortunately. We will not be returning to the Lazy Cow simply due to the fact that the steaks are far too overpriced, and when we go to a 'specialist steak house', we want to be able to feel that we can eat decent steak, at a decent price, and not feel ripped off. Unfortunately it seems that this is the case here.
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