Month Visited: 10/11
- Good Meal
10/11 For entrees Ann ordered the 8-ounce filet while I went cowboy style by ordering the 16-ounce prime rib. Both entrees were perfectly cooked to medium rare as requested and included a baked potato with all the fixings. My prime rib, served with au jus and a horseradish sauce, turned out to be a mammoth slab of beef with most of the outer ring of fat and near fat removed. I only wish our dog Max had been with us because it took a Herculean effort for me to finish it alone. Dessert was out of the question.
09/10 Ann again ordered the line caught king salmon with julienne veggies, pressed potato and garlic butter sauce. The Captainís entrée was an 8 ounce filet mignon served medium rare as requested and accompanied by both mashed potatoes and onion rings. Entrees include a tableside tossed salad dressed with the house champagne vinaigrette. Our server was efficient though somewhat disengaged.
12/09 Entrees include a house salad tossed tableside with champagne dressing, but it must have just come out of the refrigerator because the dressing was congealed. Ann chose grilled line caught king salmon with julienne vegetables and pressed potato. My entrée was prime rib served with garlic butter sauce and a baker. The prime rib, served with au jus and a fresh horseradish sauce, was better than the one we had last week at Twin Creeks, but it was less tender than I expected.
Would Eat Here Again:
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