The “special” supplemental menu had photos of the food just like Denny’s and other chains use. Knowing that exaggeration is the least sincerest form of marketing, but overcome with hunger, the eight ounce prime rib was ordered — medium rare. After the order was taken, my companion told me that the meat would be cooked well beyond medium rare even though it would not be done well.
The server brought a piece of meat slightly thicker than a new Samsung tablet. The server was told that it did not look medium rare and he responded that the outside was misleading and encouraged me to check inside. A short cut disclosed that the undercooked warning on the menu did not apply to this serving.
The server agreed to bring another piece of meat.
While we waited my companion tendered an opinion that the second attempt would be cold because the heating process used to “warm up” the meat could not heat and retain a medium rare condition. That opinion was confirmed by the somewhat medium rare second portion’s appearance and temperature. The server essentially conceded that medium rare is not within their competence.
I then had a hamburger that was good.
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