What can I say, the place is an institution and perennially packed (at least in Singapore).
Appetizers are at $25 to more (ie, what mains used to cost in normal restos just a few years ago...), a steak can easily be $100. Both are excellent: the lumpy crab meat or cocktail monster-shrimp for starters, and I think I had the rib-eye for main which was one of the best, most buttery steaks I've had here.
One thing, besides the tab: the staff didn't know who had ordered what. It's not the end of the world, but in steakhouses in the US, I rarely witnessed this. When commanding certain prices, a venue should then offer a less amateurish service.
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