Driving up to this "house" feels like you’re entering a country club, which is a fair reflection of the restaurant’s menu and model. No surprise though that said English-style manor easily doubles as a wedding venue. The classic feel extends to the interior, with a stone fireplace, exposed wood beams and—naturally—a player tickling the ivories. Opt for a seat by the window for an ace city view from the hills.
Prime rib—cut into a choice of three sizes—is the go-to entrée here. Their rendition is homey, well-executed and comforting with sides of creamed spinach, Yorkshire pudding and jus poured tableside. Desserts are generous enough for two and focus on steakhouse classics, like apple tart à la mode with caramel sauce, whipped cream and vanilla ice cream.- MICHELIN guide inspectors