best ny peppered steak, excellent flawless service, great sumptuous food, great swanky place, great lively atmosphere, love mastro, fantastic excellent ambience
Mastro's in Beverly Hills. The food was always good and the staff is always friendly and nice.
Great Steaks, A Bit Steep. I would recommend Mastros for a special evening out, but it's really gotta be special. The bill can be over $300, so be prepared if you like wine. Crab cakes are excellent, wine list outstanding, butter cake - oh yeah! Its an especially great place to go if you are the client and are asked 'so, where do you want to eat? It's on me'.
Good food but expensive. The food is good, a little noisy, but man is it expensive.
Great Steaks!!. I had the best time of my life, wonderful food and every one was super nice I highly recommend this place for you and that special someone.
Great Steak House!. I went to Mastro's Steakhouse to celebrate my husband's birthday. We waited for at least 15-20 mins after we sat down before our server showed up. Our server was very friendly though. He gave us a very detail explanation of the menu. I ordered a bone-in fillet and my husband ordered a prime rib. Both are very good, but the prime rib is fantastic!! It was juicy, tasty and melt in your mouth. Must try. Musics was kinda loud. Will go again!
Great Steakhouse. I love Mastro's, it is all about the experience. The food is amazing and the service is amazing. The waiter will help you pair the perfect wine with the perfect steak. Oh and don't forget the desserts they are out of this world! ;-)
Just got back from my vacation and was dying for a good steak. So I decided to go to the best place. (To my opinion)
It was wonderful, the food was delicious and the service was the best. One of my favorite place...
Good steak, but LOUD. The atmosphere and food is really good. I started with a seafood tower, and ended with a great steak, really good. The music was fun. It was a bit LOUD in the restaurant, making it difficult for a romantic dinner for two, but maybe this isn't the place for that? Otherwise, it's good.
A Symphony of Errors.
Dinner was a symphony of errors. Not for want of service or flavor but management.
If a restaurant chooses to datestamp its menu like an entry in a server log, it should take care to make the date current. My menu stated that it was December 23rd or some such thing giving the impression that the ingredients have been patiently sitting on the counter hoping someone would order them for a month. Yes, intelligent diners will understand that a restaurant does not reprint a menu every day but there is no reason to boldly proclaim the menu’s age unless it’s flattering.
I have, with advancing age and wisdom, begun informing the wait staff of my steak’s preferred temperature rather than giving a blanket term that everyone seems to define at their convenience. The preference is cool red center. Having advised the waiter of this, my steak was still overcooked throughout its majority but there was definitely a portion of the center that managed to evade heat at all. As I relished this morsel I wondered what natural phenomenon could have made this possible.
Inflation happens. Costs increase and having no alternative, people accept it. However, when one charges US$39 for a fine cut of slightly overcooked beef, and has an extensive wine list with bottles in the thousands of dollars, charging US$18 for a martini is beyond explanation. It is simply an assault on alcoholic decency. Mastro’s is a restaurant, not a resort. Even Sunset Tower charges US$15 and one could argue that it is both. Completely unacceptable.
And finally, when one wants to be taken seriously in any field that requires communications such as from the kitchen to the customer by way of the menu, one learns to spell properly. Ask a random sample of people on the street for the spelling of Johnnie Walker’s family of scotches, and one is likely to hear the same mistake 8 out of 10 times. Fix the damn thing before someone does a special titled: Celebrity Restaurants: They’re just like us! They can’t spell either.
Mastro's is where its at!!!. I went into mastro's not knowing what to expect. I'm a big fan of steakhouse's & everyone rants and raves about this place so I finally decided to check it out last night. Anywho, I completely adore Ruth Chris's but let me say that Ruth Chris can not compare to Mastro's! We were seated upstairs and apparently thats where all the magic happens! The atmosphere was extrodinary not to mention the bone-in filet was perfect! I mean PERFECT! There's beautiful people everywhere along with some prostitutes sprinkled in between but hey had 2 get a free laugh somewhere. All in all, this place is a must try!!! Check it out, you won't be disappointed
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