Typically, I would wait 6 months after a restaurant opens so that they can smooth out opening kinks before trying them. However, I have read/heard enough good things about Bedrock to make an exception. Read MoreHide
Service was good but the Indian waiter's attempt at a Morton-ish menu presentation was marred by his thick accent and was comical at best. The wife and I both ordered the Pepper Steak. Her's was ordered medium-well and mine medium but they both turned out beyond well-done at the point of serving. Having the steak served on a sizzling plate only made things worse as by the time I finished half of my steak, the other half was just too tough.
To be fair, the Captain did offer to change my steak but I politely declined. For a steakhouse to mess up both steaks on a 2 steak order was just inexcuseable. The shoe string fries were good but nothing to write home to mama about. The sauteed mushrooms were decent too although a little bland. For dessert, we ordered the Crumble For Two and this was disappointing too. The crumble tasted a little burnt and the filling was not sweet enough for a dessert. A little more cinnamom might have helped too.
The best item we ordered was deinitely my trusty San Pellegrino. In the end, one steak was waived from our bill although I did not make any fuss over the overcooked steaks. May return to try them in 3 months only because there is a lack of decently priced quality steakhouses around. In the meantime, it's back to Morton's to clean my palate...
I spent $65 per person.
- I also recommend this place for:
- Dinner, Romance/First Dates
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