We stumbled on this place during a rainy cold evening somewhat desperate for eats. It was quite busy inside so we decided to give it a try. The decor seemed a bit Irish pub-like, a few of the female servers were dressed in pseudo fräulein outfits and the menu was straight up Italian. It all felt a bit cheesy. We ordered a couple of appetizers from the 'fried' menu - rice with tomato sauce and mozzarella and potato croquet. Both were dry and unseasoned. We then ordered a large salad to share and my spouse ordered sliced steak with honey and balsamic vinegar and I ordered the tenderloin with red wine sauce. Both dishes arrived well cooked (rare/medium-rare), but were woefully underseasoned. My spouses dish had no hint of honey - not sure what happened there. My dish was very bland. The red wine sauce was tasteless. I wasn't even sure that the cut of meat that I got was even tenderloin. It was certainly very tender, but wasn't shaped like any tenderloin that I've eaten before. I got the impression that it was pounded or punctured severely in order to get it to the desired chewiness. Kinda weird altogether. Salad was weak and we only ate half of it. Recommendation - Avoid.
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