Well after reading the reviews of this place I have to say our experience wasn't the best.
The thought of cooking your own steak at the table seemed a different idea so we gave it a go.
I guess the fact that there was only 1 other couple in here at 8.30 in the evening should have told us something.
So we ordered a couple of beers and starters to set us up for the main event. The bruschetta needed salt and more garlic, and the calamari and Aoli needed more garlic.
So we ordered the ribeye steak. The arrival of the dish was quite spectacular and looked great as the boards containing the steak sizzling on a hot stone arrived.
The steak cut chips were shall we say in short supply and the side of fried onions were tiny. To be fair the chimichuri sauce and smokey sauce were nice if in short supply.
I was always under the impression that a ribeye steak had a certain amount of fat on it which all aids with flavour and the cooking as it renders down. However the meat we were presented with was more like a mini topside joint. No fat at all so was sticking to the stone. We weren't sure whether to slice the meat into strips and flash cook or try and let the stone do the cooking.
The knives are not the best when it comes to slicing tough meat.
As the chips were all served together while the steak was trying to cook there just didn't seem an ideal rest time for the meat as all good steaks should have. What this led to was a steak that was dry and tough.
Not the experience we were looking for.
With hind sight which is a wonderful thing having 2x 300 degree hot stones a few inches from you during you meal when the air temperature is already 30+ was not the best idea we ever had. It was a hot one.
All this for only 2000bht. Yes 2000bht.
We won't be back as it wasn't for us. If you want a good steak there are other places in town that can provide a good one. I suggest you find one.
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