this restaurant is very well decorated, with the feel of a 20's speakeasy [upstairs]. the chairs were comfortable and the table well laid. the menu is wide, with something for everyone.
unfortunately, i had two problems. they do not serve a petit filet; the smallest steak on offer was a full 12oz fillet. the other steaks were 16oz and up. i ate about a third of my meat and we shared the rest in steak sandwiches the next day for lunch. but i would have enjoyed it more, had it been smaller to start with.
the second issue - everything was too salty. from my son's starter of mac and cheese, through to my steak fries. the salt on my steak just about skinned the roof of my mouth. my husband's veal dish was like sea water. what is the point of adding expensive ingredients [truffle, lobster etc.] if you are going to kill the flavours with salt?
the wine was interesting - it was better value to buy by the glass than by the bottle. that's a new one on me...
overall - there are better places to eat steak in nyc.
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