Stroganoff Steak House
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Stroganoff Steak House information
Lonely Planet review
Beef lovers can indulge their habit at this 12,000-sq-metre restaurant, the city’s biggest. Thanks to clever design, though, it doesn’t feel overwhelmingly large or impersonal, with the huge space divided into six stylish yet informal dining spaces. The steaks menu is impressive and there's a large list of side orders, salads and other main courses to choose from as well.
There’s a fun children’s playroom here, making it good for young families.