Reviews on Steakhouse food in Garner, North Carolina, United States. Garner is a town in Wake County, North Carolina, United States and a suburb of Raleigh. The city limits are entirely within Wake County, though portions of unincorporated Wake County, as well as the Cleveland community in northern Johnston County have Garner mailing addresses. The population was estimated to be 27,814 as of July 1, 2014. It is part of the Research Triangle region of North Carolina and serves as a bedroom community for the region.
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4 based on 75 reviews
Staff was friendly. Waitress was efficient and helpful without being intrusive. Asked for a steak medium rare with a hard sear and got it! That alone is no small feat as most places really canât deliver on that. Salad was large and fresh. Weâll be back!
4 based on 98 reviews
Visited Loganâs for lunch today with my business associates. We were a group of 20 with 1 server. The server tried her best. We reserved the tables well in advance. It took an hour and a half to get our meals. The kitchen was very slow. The meals were delivered in staggered fashion. I ordered grilled chicken and vegetables. The portion of chicken was very small and bone dry from being over cooked. The steamed vegetables came in a bowl half filled with water and were way over cooked. To the point of being mush. No taste at all. The only good thing about this visit was the yeast rolls. They earned two stars. I will not be going back anytime soon.
3 based on 97 reviews
We visited on a busy night (a Saturday), and wait time was about an hour for the 3 of us. Things just felt "off" when we sat down and were greeted (it was very difficult to get silverware, our server seemed very harried and off-kilter). We ordered 3 steaks. About 15 minutes after ordering the server came back to report that one steak (bone-in ribeye) was no longer available. Hmm, okay. About this time our drinks (from the bar) came out. Seems a bit long, but I understand, they're busy. Slow forward another 45 minutes and our steaks arrive. One is grossly overcooked (cooked medium-well, ordered medium-rare), so we send for a new one (after all, we're paying $25 for the hunk'a'beef). It arrives, perfectly grilled, about 20 minutes later. The manager thanks us for our patience, but that's it. So, in the meantime, everyone ate while one person sat gazing lovingly at the others' food. Maybe offer a bowl of soup? The potato? Missed opportunity, and we're unlikely to return to this location.
3 based on 47 reviews
Typical lunch at Kaze Food was good but obviously they were short on servers and it took a while Hard to get refills because there just was not enough help or maybe enough good help I will go back because the sushi bar chef recognizes me and always helps take care of things I appreciate his attention and going beyond
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