We planned this restaurant as part of a celebratory weekend. And while we genuinely enjoyed our meal at The Chop House, there's still plenty of room for improvement.
Pros: The service was very polished--from the host and hostess to our pleasant and efficient server. We felt like honored guests. All of our requests were met with a smile. The only (slight) negative here is that for some inexplicable reason, we were not offered coffee after the meal. Not a big deal, as we didn't want it, but still... Our server very graciously bagged up all our leftovers which we enjoyed for lunch the next day. The restaurant itself is very stylish and even on Saturday night the noise level was relatively quiet. We got the booth we requested. The menu is fairly typical steak house menu. We were delighted with the dessert--which they provided free of charge--a very nice touch to our celebration.
Cons: Well, it has to be said. A restaurant billing itself as a steakhouse should cook the meat properly the FIRST time. Despite the nifty pictures and a discussion with our server, both entrees (filet mignon) came out overcooked. We could have, and should have, sent them back, and I am sure that such request would have been dealt with professionally. But we did not want to hold up the meal. Our side dishes were a la carte and generous but the house salad was totally forgettable and the creamed spinach and sauteed mushrooms were too salty and, frankly, nothing special. When I go to a restaurant charging the high prices this one does, I want to say Wow! And this food was not wow. In fact, I could have easily replicated the entire meal and done it better myself. As others have noted, this place is very expensive but the food itself just wasn't up to it. I really don't think we will be returning.
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