Has anyone eaten here, I've been reading excellent reviews and am wondering whether to give it a try
It has a varied menu here
Haven't been there... but I must say prices for dinner in the UK must be quite high if you think those prices "aren't too bad!" I thought they were pretty high!
The menu does sound very good though.
Welllll if we go as a couple to a local restaurant. Nothing special but not a chain, so a proper chef, not just reheated stuff, we'd be talking about £120 assuming a cheap bottle of wine. Sooooo around $180-$190 for the two of us for a non-special but nice restaurant. That's "up north" of the UK and prices here are often half what they are in the south of the country.Originally Posted by Tink, post: 301316
So to be honest, when we come to Orlando and we have a meal at the columbia in celebration and it comes to $90 or something silly, we can't believe it
OK the bull and bear is more than that, but not enough to worry us v UK pricing
Tink beat me to what I was going to say. But then I remembered that when we were in the UK the Pound was a little over $2.00. Now I guess it is around $1.60 so when I look at it that way, yes I guess those are reasonable prices.
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So if you go to a Longhorn here, and spend, oh say $40-60 for dinner, drinks and dessert... life is good!Originally Posted by Keith, post: 301319
I'm not a huge chain fan, but Longhorn tends to be pretty consistent (at least the one in Winter Garden Village).
I wasn't mega impressed with them tbh :/ The staff were friendly which I liked, and the decor was amusing but the steak seemed pretty dull to me. Much like when we go to a beefeater place over here, consistent but not great quality.Originally Posted by Tink, post: 301555
The price was excellent though agreed I'll give them another try