I pre-booked this restaurant and couldn't get in on the Saturday night so had to accept a Sunday evening booking (good sign).
It's a bit of a trek outside the main tourist areas but if you're into your steak and ribs then it's worth a visit.
The welcome was a bit chaotic - 3 or 4 staff members running around working their socks off so we were left standing amongst it all for fair few minutes.
Once we were seated the service improved. Because the restaurant is so small, you may be seated fairly close / on the same table as strangers (this didn't bother me).
Two of the party ordered steaks (rump & fillet) and the gents ordered the famous ribs. We also ordered sides (recommend the tomato salad - very welcoming in a country that favours protein and carbs!).
The mains are served with a jacket potato doused with sour cream (take note guys - they don't do chips!). This was actually cooked to perfection and VERY tasty.
My rump steak was perfect (ordered rare and it was perfectly done). The meat was simply out of this world - cooked on an open grill at the back of the restaurant. My boyfriend really enjoyed his ribs meal too and couldn't finish the jacket potato as he was so full.
The wine was nice and the service improved as the night went on. I would definitely recommend this place if you enjoy your ribs/steak. Just make sure you book in advance....
To give you an idea of price, there were four of us and we had wine and beers (as well as a shot at the end of the meal). It worked out about 180 euros.
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