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May 7, 2007
From journal 10 Days in Oahu
London, United Kingdom
April 18, 2005
So what about the food? I, of course, had the dry aged steak. They do different cuts of steak that, of course, range in price. The majority of steaks are around $30 to $40, and the cheapest was around $25 for a very small New York strip. It comes with either French fries or garlic mash. There are side accompaniments you can get for $2, such as béarnaise or hollandaise sauce.
My boyfriend had a really succulent rack of lamb that he loved. We didn't order any starters, as the menu is very pricey, but you do get complimentary cheesy bread. They do have an award-winning wine list. We chose two glasses of pino grigio, which was very reasonable ($7).
It really was elegant dinning in an intimate atmosphere. The service was excellent and friendly, and they were more than happy to recommend what types of wine you should be having with what meal. All in all, though a little on the pricey side, it was a really good meal and certainly romantic.
From journal Hawaii