wow, i didnt think steak could be so bad at a steakhouse. they tasted like the frozen steaks you can buy in a box, at a discount store.
we ordered and everyone at my table sent their plates back. i made the mistake of ordering the beans as a side, they looked delicious, they tasted like beans do when they sit out for a few days and spoil, kind of like the way raw sewage smells, only with a lot of spice, but just as watery.
the fries werent much better, if i liked fish i would have loved them, because thats what they tasted like. on the other hand, they were old not fresh, cold, and hard, like rotten fish.
my 11 oz steak was way overcooked, burnt on the outside, dry on the inside. i sent it back and they brought me a perfectly cooked very small steak. i ordered the sirloin, i didnt realize sirloin had so much gristle, each bite took a few extra chews. yeah, i ate it, but just because i was so hungry and couldnt eat the fries and beans, or the bread.
the bread looks similar in size and shape to Outback's bread, served the same way, and thats where the similarity ends. sagebrush bread is white with sesame seeds, looked great, but when i cut into it, or sawed into it, it was old, like they had cooked it the day before, i asked for fresh bread, it was warm but definetly not fresh. it took a few seconds to harden up at the table, but it got as rock hard as the first loaf. the butter spread was good though.
when my party first arrived, we noticed that all of the bread plates were dirty, i said right there i didnt want to eat at a place that has dirty plates, the rest of the party peer pressured me into staying, the laughs on them though, ha ha ha i told you.
the waitress was very effecient, the tea was good, the party i was with was excellent. we had a great time with eachother, none of us enjoyed our meal though. this will give us something to talk about for years, the food was that bad.
the waitress asked if we wanted dessert, i just said i dont think i am brave enough to try it.
if you would like a meal to remember go to sagebrush, the entertainment factor, for years to come when we laugh about the bad meal, almost made it worth the price, which was about 20 a person with tip, without bar drinks or dessert.