I went to Gotham last night with three of my friends after reading the excellent reviews below. We came pretty early, at 5.30 pm, before the dinner rush - the room started filling up within 30 minutes of our arrival. From the beginning, I was in awe over the decor; there was definitely a classic steakhouse ambiance, from the dim lighting to the wood panels to the plush, comfortable chairs. Our service was exceedingly helpful. Not once did we have to ask him to bring a glass of water, refill our bread baskets or provide descriptions of the food; he was knowledgeable, respectful, and showed a true love for steaks. The appetizers were pretty good. We had the ahi tuna, which was fantastic. Though sharing this platter between four people gave us three small pieces each, each piece was worth every dollar - they were succulent, flavorful, and cooked perfectly. I also had the ceasar's salad, which was equally excellent. The crisp lettuce and the garlic, combined with anchovies and parmesan cheese, made for a good mix. The steaks, on the other hand, were...well...good, but not spectacular. A friend and I had the porter house, cooked medium. My steak was slightly under seasoned and I was a bit annoyed that the other half of my steak was charred. Our two other dinner companions ordered the lobster, which I tried and which was probably better than my steak; the butter sauce really set off the lobster quite well. For desert, we had the creme brulee, which wasn't bad, though I would've liked it to be served warmer. All in all, it was a decent culinary experience; it wasn't a mind-blowing meal by any means but I wouldn't hesitate to bring back business colleagues or my family.