This place is nice with a great ambiance. The service is outstanding but a little too overserviced. The wine list is large and they have premium wines and also on a budget. The menu is just as in any other steakhouse, same steaks, saldas, soups and a couple of choices for chiken or fish.
I ordered a steak caramelized with aged balsamic, and although it was good and cooked to my preference, it had a flavor that got me tired before I was done with it.
The prices are on the high range compared to the quality of the food, that is why I'm giving three stars in my review.
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