Friday, September 07, 2007

Black Angus Steakhouse

If you're a vegetarian, might as well stay away from this place. This was my first time there, but I know I won't go there again as they don't have any interesting veg. dishes. The service is good, but the ambiance is okay. They were nice enough to say they will replace any meat ingredients in items with vegetables but I ended up choosing an appetizer item that was vegetarian along with a garden salad. Their Crispy Garlic-Pepper Zucchini has freshly cut zucchini, dipped in garlic-pepper batter and breadcrumbs then gently fried to a crispy golden brown, served with cool cucumber dip (this looks and tastes like cucumber raita). This was good but would go as an appetizer only. The garden salad was good also.

Now directly to the dessert. Sky-High Mud Pie is mocha almond ice cream with swirls of fudge layered on a chocolate cookie-crumb crust, topped with rich fudge, almond slices, and chocolate shavings. Quite delicious if I say so. If you are a chocolate/coffee lover, this is a must have! The Crème Brulée is a rich, creamy custard topped with a crisp coating of caramelized sugar. It's also good and quite creamy like they say. Other desserts also looked good but I didn't get to try them.

Over all, as a vegetarian, I give this place a rating of 1.5/5.

Name: Black Angus Steakhouse
Type: American
Average Price: $12-$15/person (Lunch)
Address: 740 E El Camino Real, Sunnyvale, CA 94087
Phone: (408) 245-4501

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