Settle into one of the capacious leather booths at this branch of the estimable Goodman chain and get ready for a serious lesson in steak – at very serious, ‘almost silly’ prices. Corn-fed Nebraska beef is the house mainstay, but a blackboard listing a dizzying array of cuts (porterhouse, chateaubriand, fillet and more) is brought to your table and a charming, clued-up ‘cow coach’ waiter helps you decide. Your chosen slab then heads for the Josper grill and reappears in company with, say, some truffled chips, spinach with Gruyère, or carrots with maple butter and candied pecans. Be warned: everything is large here – from the lobsters waiting in the tank to the 1.5 litre ‘big bottles’ on a list of luscious reds – but there’s no denying that Goodman provides a slap-up splurge on the Wharf.
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