First impressions are promising and the menu, while nothing out of the ordinary, offers a pleasing selection of popular dishes, from oysters and lobster to chateaubriand and burgers. Steak-wise, diners can choose between classic Black Angus cuts in a variety of sizes or the eye-wateringly pricey wagyu options, accompanied by a smorgasbord of side dishes. Whatever you choose, the kitchen has things down to a T: all steaks are expertly cooked and served with a flourish (we love the potato crisp seared with the appropriate initials to show how your steak is cooked). We’d find it hard to fault the experience – until the bill arrives. Granted, MJ’s offers faultless food and slick service – just be prepared to pay for the privilege.