Had an early sitting (5:45 PM) before a show.
The room was gorgeous - we were on the upper level overlooking the bar and had a view of the meat cooler (with its glowing himalayan salt wall). High end and modern with linen tablecloth/napkins. Clean and beautiful.
Service was also great. Friendly, professional. My linen napkin accidently dropped on the floor. A passing server noted it and reached down and picked it up. I held out my hand in thanks as I would have just used it. He said, "I'll get you a fresh one" and immediately returned with a pristine napkin. The staff appeared to have a good rapport with each other and I noted good communication between staff throughout our dining experience.
The food however, needs a little tweaking to make this my "go to" steakhouse. The meat entrees weren't quite up to par. Hubby ordered the 10 oz tenderloin for $44.00. This price is a la cart and only includes the meat. I was expecting a much better product. I found the meat a tad dry. There was no bacon wrap to add a bit of flavour and little or no seasoning. I had better tenderloin at Les Faux Bourgeous for much less money.
I had the prime rib (it was an early sitting special, offered before 6:30 PM) it came with ceasar salad, mashed potatoes, yorkshire pudding, seasonal veggies and butter cake for dessert for $42. The meat was good. But not great. It was 10 oz, but a large piece, sliced thin. It didn't have much flavour.
Notwithstanding the meat not being as good as expected, the other elements of the meal were excellent (hence I still rated three stars overall).
Hubby had the Burrata salad. It was made with tomatoes and a wonderful cheese. It was very, very tasty and fair value at $16.00. My ceasar was prepared by the waiter right at the table with fresh ingredients. It was divine. The waiter helped us match our first courses with appropriate wines.
The vegetable/starch portion of my meal were all done just right. The yorkshire pudding was probably the best I have ever had. I only wish that a little au jus or gravy was served with it.
As my husbands tenderloin came a la carte - he ordered the recommended Brussel sprouts. These were excellent. Again, the best we have ever had and a reasonable $7.00.
For dessert, my meal included the Butter Cake. It was okay, although a bit dry. Hubby had the recommended Bananas Foster, agian prepared with fresh ingrediants and flameed right at the table by our server. This was a delightful dish.
Bill (after tax, before tip) came to $185.00 (which included 4 glasses of wine).
I would go again, but I would order the salads and an appy rather than having the steaks/meat. I would enjoy the room and a good quality salad and go elsewhere for my steak.