Might as well admit that the Meat Hook wouldn't survive in a big city -- it's pretty plain food for the price. Dinners include soup and salad, entree, potato, vegetables, and desert. The soup (homemade) was a chili-vegetable that was surprisingly good. The salad consisted of fresh lettuce and grated carrots which was fine for what it was but very basic. Steaks (we both ordered the New York) were cooked perfectly (mine medium rare and my wife's medium) which seems to be hard to get these days. But I was disappointed that the steaks are not grilled -- I'm used to that grilled taste. Mixed vegetables were steamed and cooked just right as were the baked potatoes. Dessert was a small chocolate sundae -- perfect to top off the meal.
The Meat Hook is closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
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