This is not a paper napkins, chequered tablecloths and ketchup in plastic, tomato-shaped bottles kind of place. No, this is a classy joint.
Private alcoves, white table clothes, white walls, in fact, virtually white everything with dark wood accents and floor-to-ceiling windows, which frame spectacularly lit views of the city.
There are no rowdy crowds here. The carefully thought out layout allows for privacy, ideal for a romantic tête-a-tête or even an upscale business meeting.
The expertise of the Boston chef is what helps set the restaurant apart from its competitors.
All the ingredients are sourced from small towns renowned for their supreme quality. The steaks are sourced from three top meat regions – there’s Australian Wagyu beef, USA prime and Argentinean Aberdeen Angus.
If you love your meat, the Wagyu meatball starter is recommended, and while the steaks are the initial draw, you’ll be doing yourself a disservice by just sticking to that for your main. The braised ribs are another highlight of the menu.
If you have room for dessert – we advise you leave some space – sink your teeth into the cheesecake with a Graham cracker crust. It’s massive in size and in flavour.
The finest meat cuts.
Succulent meat and waist-busting desserts. It should be your aim to work your way through the entire menu.
JW Marriott Marquis