After we'd had our afternoon drinks at the Cumberland, we decided to head to Broughton Street for a bite to eat. We ummm'd and ahhhhh'd till decided on STEAK!
We ordered a round of drinks then looked at the menu to make our choices for dinner.
Starter and Mains chosen, we chatted and sipped on our drinks.
In a very timely fashion the first course arrives.
One of the things that really not troubled nor confused me... just I found a bit weird... was the way the menu was written regarding steaks.
This was one of the best steaks I have ever tried. it was soooo packed full of flavour, honestly one of those moments where the steak went on and on forever. It was cooked to perfection and was perfectly juicy but retained the moisture rather then just have it flow all over the plate with every cut.
The sauce was interesting, and the Drambuie added a sweetness that I'm not used to having with a steak, but it was really enjoyable.
The house salad was one of the best I've had, chock full of black and green olives, ripe tomatoes and sweet peppers.
The mash was also lovely, and made for a nice change from the usual chips I often order with steak.
And for my co-diners:
Everyone seemed happy with their meals. L mentioned that the fajitas were a bit saucy for her taste, but G agreed that the steak was fantastic.
I've really started enjoying desserts lately, but have also become quite good at saying no. Instead having a digestiv or liqueur instead. G, however was more than happy to order a serve of banoffe pie, and L some fruits of the forest sorbet. Both which look really tasty.