Griffin Steakhouse has a more varied menu than the name suggests. I have been here a number of times for lunch, always very good with that extra twist. However, now I am reviewing a scrumptious business dinner.
Most restaurants are square boxes, with tables and chairs in line. Griffin has an open architecture, with interesting nooks and spaces, a very likeable place. We asked for a quiet corner and managed to have interesting conversation during the meal without being drowned out by noise or music.
Very attentive and speedy service. All of us were very satisfied with what we had ordered. Tasty, well-cooked and inspiringly presented. Griffin has an interesting slight quirkyness in both decor and how for is plated, which makes this an even better place to eat in.
Griffin has my warmest recommendations, just make sure to book in good time
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