My husband's colleagues ate dinner here one evening, and they recommended it to us. We brought along the two friends that were traveling with us. This steakhouse is oddly located. It is on the fourth floor of a pub. We had to wait about 20 minutes until the waitress finished her cigarette break. She then escorted us in the elevator to the restaurant. There was no one else there at all. She set out our place mats, napkins, silverware and gave us our menus. It was funny to read in the other reviews how the waitress did not speak at all, this waitress came over every 15 seconds to ask if we were ready to order yet.
Both my husband and I ordered a steak dinner, and for an appetizer we ordered the carpaccio. The carpaccio was scary warm. Carpaccio should be ice cold, since it is basically raw meat. I ate it, but was afraid I was going to have problems from eating it later. (I did not, though). The steak dinner came, and it was a very small steak with a lot of gristle. It was advertised as angus beef. It most certainly was not. There was no steak sauce. The meat was overly cooked and tasted as if it had been frozen and taken out for cooking. That would not be surprising since no one else appeared to eat dinner in the restaurant the entire time we were there.
The meal was very overpriced, and when we were done we had to wait again for the waitress to appear to bring us down in the elevator. Strange. The view is nice, though.