Daily: 11:00 - 00:00
T.G.I. Friday's ™ is the original casual dining restaurant in America and the industry’s innovative trendsetter since 1965. The iconic brand offers a one-of-a-kind experience that is uniquely America has become the favorite pastime of millions of guests in 60 countries.
This place is already quite popular for lunch given that their lunch sets go for $9.90 and includes a full blown beef burger or aglio olio with a drink.
However, at a recent visit, I found out that they now have 50% off steak Wednesdays, which I found to be good value for money. I recommend starting with the clam chowder, which is really thick and has lots of clams.
The star of the lunch though had to be a 250 g medium tender ribeye @ just $16. This comes with two large portions of sides, and I gladly picked their flavoured rice as well as broccoli
Since I was ready to indulge, I ended with their famed chocolate cake with vanilla ice cream. I found the chocolate cake to be really potent and thick. Paired with a large scoop of ice cream, this is a dessert that can easily be shared.
Overall, expect Americian sized portions at reasonable prices.
The guacamole served with the quesadilla smelled and tasted sour. Julienned carrots that came with the starter was spoiled. Sufferred diarrhea due to bad food that cost $20+. Aside from this, the rice was served still in a plastic bag, and without spoons. Steak came well done instead of the requested medium rare. Quesadilla was mostly cheese and very little chicken. Food in general was bland.
Really awful, so very disappointing. Waited 15 mins for drinks until we had to remind them. Main course came but we hadn't had our first course. They took the main course away, ten mins later the first course came. Then when the main course came back, guess what, it was barely warm so we complained and they took it away, fifteen mins later the main courses came again, steak rather rare and the pepper sauce conjealed and tasteless so although we have had some very good meals over the years in TGI Fridays I think we will give them a broad shoulder In the future.