Grand Hyatt Steakhouse
Time Out says
Grand Hyatt Steakhouse is outfitted with a classic Hollywood movie set in mind. Dark woods, leather banquettes and heavy drapery make the backbone of the interior. The main dining room overlooks the hotel mezzanine level while several smaller areas (including two private rooms) offer a more intimate dining experience. A towering art deco statue stands centre stage of the main bar, surrounded by oil paintings, tulip lights and a long salad station. It’s grand, but not garish. And in a refreshing move, the sound system streams 70s rock classics (imagine The Rolling Stones and Fleetwood Mac with your beef) instead of looping The Best of Sinatra.
With the food, the menu is simple – no fanciful, foamy dishes or fusion touches – just straight-up, stripped-down, classic American steakhouse cuisine. The restaurant sources only top-of-the-range beef and other meats from around the world, including exclusively imported American bison – which is bursting with flavour – and dry-aged beef from British and Irish organic farms. With Argentinian chef Fernando Gojan at the helm, every steak is prepared to perfection.