I took a client to this restaurant for dinner and was not disappointed. We are fans of steak and the quality of the meats on offer here were second to none. We both started out with the mushroom toast, which was delicious and large. I followed that with the pepper crusted steak in peppercorn and cognac sauce, which was delicious and tender. I finished with a carrot cake which was, frankly, the best I've ever had. The only criticism is the price of the wine, which is a bit too high ($75 for a half bottle of, admittedly good, Californian wine is steep). My invitee decided to go for the Wagyu Kobe steak and said it was the absolute best steak he'd ever had. Service was attentive (maybe a bit too much at times when we were deep in conversation).
Recommended if you want to push the boat out!
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