My wife and I ate here one night about 8pm and just avoided the rush. The special was a Florentine style, rare char-broiled T-bone steak. We started with a wonderful glass of Proseco ... Maybe two. We each had the special which included a whipped sweet potatoe (?) and broiled potatoes. I thought the steak was very good but my wife was less excited. The restaurant is very clean, they cook steaks on a real charcoal fire that you can see from the street, and their English is quite good.
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