Service and food was excellent. If you want a great steak and good wine it is the place to eat. The environnent is super and you can ask the waiter to display the various cut and type of beef steak. A place to eat.
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When 5 out of 6 send back their food, you know you have a problem. Under-cooked. Over-cooked. It's a steak house. Medium rare does not mean raw. Order incorrect. Tough to screw up mashed potato. The only thing worse than the food was the service....More
We started off good with satisfactorily chorizo and cheeses and an excellent Caesar salad. Then the main course arrived. My wife’s prime rib came in thin slices of raw beef. I never heard of prime rib like this, She sent it back for a New...More
We went there because it was close to our hotel. The service from our waiters Francisco and Noe was impecable. We went with our baby girl and they went the extra mile to accommodate our needs . Must try the grilled octupus. They serve it...More
Good steaks, good wines, nice atmosphere but still stuck in the last century. Don't get me wrong, you can have a good meal there but for what it costs why would you. Check on the baked potato when you come in, they frequently run out!...More
We went to the restaurant as a last minute decision and purely because it was practically next to our hotel. The restaurant was clean and very well presented. We were met at the door and escorted upstairs to a nice table in the window. We...More
For Christmas Eve the ambiance was good and do was the service, but the meats are not what they used to be. A filet mignon comes like a "sabana" meaning it has been flattened. None of the meats were served as requested more rare than...More
I go to La Mansion since child, there are in Mexico City and in Acapulco, the meat is delicious, my favorite appetizer is the bone marrow taco and the grilled cheese. The sauces are delicious and the beef is really good too.
The freezing A/C and large screen TV gave it more of a sports bar feel than upscale dinning. The food was good (steak) and reasonable and the wine list was extensive.