- 1/5 Stars - Chuck - 16/09/2013
If you choose to eat at Keg, understand in advance that you will be paying a lot of money, and you'll be paying it for the view rather than the food. This restaurant touts their steaks, but we found them to be entirely underwhelming. Apparently when you order a 12 oz. sirloin, what you should expect is an 8 oz. sirloin and 4 oz. of gristle. The appetizer, goat cheese and toasted almonds with a tomato-garlic salsa, was respectable, however when it came to desert, the brownie in the brownie sundae was dry and unappetizing. Given the prices that they charge for drinks, we wouldn't have expected our glasses to stay empty for most of the meal as we waited in vain for refills. All things considered, this experience would have been mediocre at half the price. Your money would be better spent elsewhere.