The main thing about any restaurant is whether or not it serves good food.
Here the Red Heifer does an excellent job, producing first rate steaks with all the trimmings.
Unfortunately a restaurant also needs to go that extra yard especially when prices are on the expensive side as they are here.
Silly little things like cheap cutlery, paper napkins and offering Nescafé really don't fit with the presumably desired image of fine dining. More importantly the owner seems to be somewhat selective in who he engages in conversation. Being ignored and then having his derrière almost in your face while he chats with the next door table are not traits that will endear him to some diners.
So bottom line...great food butt...
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