We booked a table for two on the day and had no trouble at all being seated on our arrival in between sightseeing the Vivid show.
Maitre D was courteous, Waitress was knowledgeable about the menu but had trouble understanding her English somewhat.
After perusing the menu, Mainly meats cooked various ways with different sauces, we then had a waiter arrive at our table from the kitchen with a covered over trolly and tempt us with their slow roasted roast, which looked like how it should be cooked, ( rare on the inside and crusty on the outside )
We both choose that as a main & it just fell apart when hit with a knife, with sides of Spuds ( crunchy as ! ) and beans/zucchini ( tasty also ).
This was enough for us both and would go back again.
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