Dad's birthday party, and I did not bring any expectation at all to this restaurant but my brother recommended it so I thought, ok, I'll give it a try. Upon arrival, the sign at the front of the restaurant really stood out to me. It said 'Starry Night Restaurant Reflexology', and I thought to myself, I must've gotten the wrong place. But I look around and there was nothing else there, and the fact that the name is right, so I parked my car and walked in. My family was already there so it was actually the right place and I thought: reflexology??? WTF??? The waitress who was serving our table came to me after I sat down for about 2 minutes and asked me if I wanted something to drink, and I thought ok, at least the service is pretty decent. Then I began to scroll through the menu and thought, wow...pretty pricey for a asian ran place, I better get what I am paying for. What really stood out was the fact that you cannot get a plain grilled steak. All the steaks they served was with some kind of sauce. My family wanted to order appetizers and soup to share, and then entree for each of us. I picked the black & blue C.A.B new york steak for $31 and I asked for it medium rare. I don't even know what CAB stands for. I haven't had steak for quite some time and I was looking forward to a good steak. Anyways, bread arrived first, I didn't try the bread since they had NO butter at the restaurant, again, wtf??? They gave us a tiny bit of margarine looking thing and we asked them what it was and our waitress wasn't even sure what it was, she went back to the kitchen and came back to tell us it's some kind of 'rosemary thing'. Then we asked them if they had any olive oil to dip our bread in and again, she went back to the kitchen then came back to tell us no, they do not have any olive oil. I would've expected a 'high-end' restaurant charging that kind of price, these things are a must and yet...oh well. Appetizers and soups arrived. My dad and my brother ordered seafood chowder, their initial reaction was 'wow, it's loaded with seafood, nice.' but upon tasting it, not so nice, they put some kind of spice in the soup to make it hot. A spicy hot seafood chowder, that's definitely a first for me. I didn't even touch it. My sister had the hot & sour soup, first sip and she almost choked on it. I asked her what's wrong and she said it way too spicy hot and way too sour. Appetizers were ok but definitely way over priced. Take the crab cake for instance, for $16 you get a layer of seaweed salad at the bottom, middle layer is crab meat (which looks exactly like the stuff in a regular california roll), and the top layer is some kind of salsa made from mango and chili. Cost is about $2 or maybe less but they charge $16. I know how much these things cost since I used to work in a Japanese restaurant and a Thai restaurant. After we had finished our appetizers and soups we waited for about half an hour for our entree to come, which was kinda surprising because they weren't really that busy...four to five tables at the most. My steak arrived first and then the others came too. My dad had ordered the deep fried pork chop with rice and stuff, mom had the seafood linguine, bro had lamb chops and sis had a koffee (that's how it was spelled on the menu, lol) crust blah blah something steak. No comment on the deep fried pork chop with rice, it wasn't spectacular nor terrible, I don't think anyone can screw that up, only thing my dad complained about his dish was the slaw that came with it was bitter and inedible. My mom can only finish half her dish because they had put way too much parmasan(?) cheese on it and the smell was extremely... cheesy. My brother said his lamb chop was very good EXCEPT it was way too hot, as in spicy hot. My sister asked him why he ordered it and he said he thought it was hot as in a black pepper hot, not chili oil hot. I looked at his plate and it was covered in chili oil and I thought...chili oil on lamb chop and mashed potato, I guess that's what you call fusion food, very nice...NOT!!! I then tried my sister's steak and that was the worst steak I have ever had, till I tasted mine, but we'll get back to mine later. That coffee crust did not go well with steak. It took all the flavor away from the steak so all I could taste was coffee and salt, for all I know it could've been any kind of meat in there. Who would pair coffee and steak in their right mind? Maybe if it's done good but this was definitely not it. I would not pay $32 for that steak, not even $10 thank you very much. I had the black & blue new york steak medium rare and well, what can I say about it...I was disgusted. First of all, it was cold, not just the steak, everything on the plate was cold, the mashed potato, the fried onion rings, everything!!! Secondly, I got medium well instead of medium rare, again, wtf. The blue cheese with steak was again, a fresh idea to me. It might not have been that bad if they did not put so much salt in the sauce. As most of you would know, blue cheese is fairly salty, add that to a very salty (and spicy) sauce they use, double saltiness, not good!!! I did not want to complain because it was my dad's birthday and I didn't want to cause a scene, but I promised myself never, NEVER, set foot in this place ever again!!!