This place had 1978 all over it! The decor was just like a Bob's Big Boy, and the staff's uniforms screamed of the 70's. For a place that specializes in steak, they were a little confused about the different cuts of meat. Overall, the food wasn't too bad, but very uninspired. The prices were a tiny bit high for what you got, too. They clearly have a lot of seating, however, and large groups are no problem if you call ahead.
Showed up for my reservation, had to wait 20 minutes to be seated. Ordered prime rib -- sorry, we're out. Ordered a fillet. Sorry, out of that too. I ended up with a dinner steak, my date wound up with a sirloin that was over-cooked.
Used to be a legend -- I've had some great food here. But as of late... not worth it.
I was very pleased. The resturaunt was very busy but that didn't affect the service. I was impressed by the quick and constant service. The staff was very friendly. It was my first time eating there; I will definetily return.
The broiler has a great prim rib. The service was good/great. The decor is a little out of date. My only complaint was that when having a nice steak dinner, I would like a nice solid sharp knife. The utensils they give you are not worthy of a garage sale. Bring your own knife.
This place is dated, but very clean. We ate an early dinner with a local newspaper coupon 2 for $25. Steak or shrimp, salad, potato, and roll. Well worth the money for sure. Good service and food was a value. Local wine was their house wine and good for the price. We'll be back. Thanks!
My husband and I were at Broiler Steak House in 1978, while on our honeymoon in Northern California. It has always been our favorite place since and we always look forward to going to it when traveling in the area. Awesome steaks and you definitely do not leave hungry!