This upscale, legendary steakhouse, family owned and operated for over 35 years, is a Palo Alto institution. The USDA Prime-aged, Certified Angus Beef ... More
Sundance the Steakhouse
This upscale, legendary steakhouse, family owned and operated for over 35 years, is a Palo Alto institution. The USDA Prime-aged, Certified Angus Beef is a real meat-lover's treat. Enjoy the slow-roasted prime rib, the specially aged New York striploin, or the tender filet mignon in their candlelit mahogany dining room. The seafood and shellfish are always fresh; savor a Western Australian lobster tail or succulently prepared scallops and gulf prawns. The cozy fireplace lounge is ideal for sipping martinis and other classic vintage cocktails. Additionally, the menu is supported by a nationally recognized wine list with over 450 global selections.
The place was too dark that I couldn't even see my food. That makes me wonder what they are trying to hide. The service was okay, could have been better. Food was decent. They are pricey so I hope you like what you are spending your money on.
start off with panko crusted calamari or dungeness crab cakes. the sherry aioli sauce gives each a nice kick, but the crab cakes, though they only give you two, tastes fresh and delicious.
then try the grilled bistro skirt steak, which is marinated with herbs, garlic & olive oil. one of the best skirt steaks i've ever had. super tender, juicy, and sweet perfection!
If you like great steak than Sundance Steak House (formerly Sundance Mine Company) is the place to go on the peninsula. I like my steak medium-well, and unlike every other restaurant I visit regularly, Sundance has got my order perfect every time. There's also good seafood, great deserts, and a good wine menu. I highly recommend the crab cake appetizer. You'll need reservations most nights of the week. They have a really small parking lot that is usually full after 6pm, so expect to park on the street and walk over to the restaurant.
The food at Sundance is consistently excellent from appetizers (seared ahi tuna sashimi, tomato mozzerella salad can't be beat) to their signature soup (lobster bisque) and excellent steaks or seafood. I have never ordered a dish I didn't enjoy (no kidding.) Even when ordering food to go, it is packaged up well; food is hot and presenation is nice. Pricey, yes and worth every penny.
This is one of our special occaision restaurants. The food is delicious and they have a fabulous wine selection. Don't worry if you don't have reservations, you can wait for your table in a very inviting bar area and enjoy a nice glass of wine, cocktail and an apetizer. Their caprice salad is one of my favorites. The blend of balsamic, garlic and red onions is perfect. For the main course try the shell fish combo. It's just delicious. It comes in a sauce you'll want to drink! The prices are pretty high, but it's worth it.
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