My husband and I recently ate at Nicky's, and we were joined by another couple. We'd chosen it because it was convenient and I'd eaten there before. My husband cannot do dairy, so his restaurant options are a little more limited. Anyway - on to the review. The restaurant was very quiet on a Monday night, and the steakhouse seemed dated, at best. The tables were large, but very closely packed - I felt like I was sitting in my neighbor's table at times. The atmosphere was sort of old-style fancyish, but the background music - awful! Reminded me of Muzak (aka elevator music). It just felt like the place needed a facelift. Service was good, not outstanding, not awful. The food. We had a variety - prime rib (good), T-bone (good but tougher than I would like), halibut (good), and trout (good). So what's the problem, you say? For the prices, I wanted stellar. When I spend more than $25 on a dish, I would like the food to really sing, and this was basic steakhouse fare. T I did taste the halibut and that was excellent - a nice thick steak cooked just perfect. The accompaniments were typical (potato, rice, salad, etc.). I've in the past had the dolmas and greek salad - again good, but not outstanding. So - while it wasn't bad food, it just wasn't worth the money spent on the meal. I think given the wide selection of restaurants in the area, it might be time to look around for a new place for a nice meal.
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