good food, bad service. The food was great, very nice place. The service was losey. I think our waitress needed to retire. Our dinner was later evening, and she may have needed her rest. I will go back again because of the food, but I do not want the old blonde waitress. Shes forgetful and rude.
Good food, not so great service.
I went to the Knight's Steak House for my birthday. We ate dinner a little late, so it was mostly people hanging out at the bar. It wasn't busy and we didn't have to wait too long for a table. I have to admit, the food was pretty good. I had a chicken dish that had ham, cheese, and asparagus inside. It was very tasty. The bread was good too.
The only thing I did not like about my dining experience, was the service. It was bad. Maybe it was since we ate a late dinner (around 8:30)... or maybe it was because our waitress was having a bad day. Anyway, it really wasn't the type of service that I had expected. After she took our order and gave us our bread, we didn't see her till our food came out and then she promptly left before I could say anything. She never asked if we wanted more bread and she only gave my bf refills on his pop. I never got a refill for my water.
I will probably go back there again because the food was good...but I hope the service will be better the next time I visit.
Good decent food - reasonable prices. while the decor is simple and older, the food was great - a basic menu with all the regular stuff on it - and it had Bells on tap. You will leave very satisfied. No foo foo here.
Just Delicious. Best Prime Rib I've Had, and I've had a few. Best steak my dad had, and he had a few too..
Sure just because it has been around for almost a hundred years. Or because it started as a meat market and got so famous for their beef that they had to open a restaurant. Or because it is truly family run, with solid values and hospitality.
Or no, screw all that. Go for the food, because the place is truly awesome. Their fries are thick, and fresh. Their meats are bar none the best and I worked in the restaurant industry for years including places where a steak would set people back, way back. I also have eaten at some of the more famous steak houses where a steak starts at 50$, in LA, Boston, and beyond.
Friends, it does not get better than this so go, enjoy and tip one back for Don. Cuz he showed me this place and ever since then I cannot get enough.
Timeless. Wow.........this is a meateaters heaven. "You will enter as strangers and leave as friend" The bartenders are quick to pour you a famous Knight's cocktail. Enjoy meeting new friends and catch up with old ones. Then your name is called, you are now off to enjoy a wonderful steak, seafood, pasta, or what ever they can make for you. This Ann Arbor icon is family operated (3 generations) and you may even see Raymond Knight, if your lucky. I love this timeless steakhouse.
Ann Arbor's Best Value. Always good food and professional service. Away from the Downtown Trendy spots, this place just serves great food and drinks. Beef is king here. Best burgers in town. London Broil Special is favorite of many. Great nachos and hot fudge sunday shows the many sides to this place. Busy and smokey, there is a good size non smoking area in the rear, but around the bar isn't the place for non-smokers! Older crowd that has been going there for years. Hard to get in during peak hours, but I think they do rolling reservations, so call first.
Days of Red Meat and Chain Smoking. Besides having the best cuts of meat at the best prices in Ann Arbor, Knight's gives you a chance to step away from the sanitized and PC eating experiences so common to this wannabe Ivy League town. In a town where you can't take two bites without running into a salad, the dark, smoke filled corners of Knight's are a welcome relief. Big slabs of steak at a reasonable price and a great cocktail bar make this the place to dine while in town.
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