This classic steakhouse offers the tried-and-trusted favourites the Cattle Baron group is known for.
For starters, try the likes of stuffed or crumbed mushrooms, garlic snails, calamari strips or tubes, mussels marinière, avocado-and-prawn cocktail or peri-peri chicken livers. Some of the starter options are also available on a platter to share. There is also a selection of salads, including a traditional Greek and more substantial options such as seared sirlion with fig and roquefort. For mains, lighter grills include burgers and chicken dishes such as oven-roasted chicken cordon bleu and chicken schnitzel. There is a wide selection of meaty mains including the usual beef cuts in various sizes (200-400 g), while the meat on the bone section includes the likes of lamb chops, beef or pork ribs, prime rib and T-bone. There are also signature dishes such as chateaubriand and the carpetbag steak for those who enjoy something a little different and theatrical. A selection of seafood, including fish and chips, sole, prawns and calamari is available for non-carnivourous folk. All mains come with a choice of chips, rice or baked potato, and the ever reliable butternut and creamed spinach. There's also a kids' menu, two options for vegetarians and a selction of sides, sauces and flavoured butters. Dessert is also a classic hit list, including chcocolate mousse (slightly too sweet) served with cream or ice cream, malva pudding, cheesecake, crème brûlée and ice cream with Bar One sauce.
Drinks include beers, ciders, red and white wines by the bottle and glass, and spirits.
Service is friendly and attentive.
Classic décor contributes to a pleasant, welcoming ambience for all ages.
A good, reliable spot for a family celebration or business lunch.
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Absolutely fantastic. Steak cooked to perfection. Service is friendly.