This is a very busy steakhouse, but it is on the up-end for steakhouse price. Very busy. Waited 15 minutes to get in. They text you or give you a beeper. Service was excellent. The waiters were primarily male and generally too old to be students, which tells you that they make enough money for it to be a regular job. The appetizers were good. The bacon on the bacon-wrapped scallops was undedone, but the garlic shrimp (served in an escargo dish) were good and came with small buns. The calamari was the best of the three appetizers. The serving was generous and the sauces (greek yoghurt and sweet chili) were a good contrast. The clamari was also nicely deep-fried, rather than the overdone crunchy sort that one often gets. The entres: Keg Burger, 6oz sirloin and bacon wrapped chicken were good. The chicken came with an interesting asparagus puree. The Keg Burgers came with fries and a coleslaw that contained way too much onion. The sirloin comes with a choice of side. The mixed vegetables were lightly cooked bell peppers, carrots, asparagus and green beens. Again a generous portion to go with the nicely cooked sirloin. The menu contains a helpful explanation of what terms like "medium well" mean in this restaurant, so that you can communicate more accurately about how you want your steak cooked. For dessert, cheesecake with sour cherry was nice, but the creme brulee was excellent - silky smooth with a crispy top. Reservations advised - this place can be very busy.
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