Taken from my TR Gordon Ramsay Steak was running late, so we couldn't get seated early, but no matter. We sat in the Sports book watching the Warriors cover the spread. Then they called us for dinner. Appetizer Shellfish Platter* Kurobuta Pork Belly cheesy grits, tomato jam, onion pork jus Gnocchi blistered heirloom cherry tomatoes, royal trumpet mushrooms, ibérico jamón, mushroom cream Entree Beef Wellington American Rib Cap Fisherman’s Grill* maine lobster, mussels, scallop, seasonal fish vadouvan curry aïoli Bone-in Rib Eye* Sides Demi Roasted Bone Marrow From Top left clockwise Ginger Glazed Shiitakes scallions, crispy garlic two orders Mac & Cheese blue, cheddar, parmesan, truffle, english peas Brussels Sprouts tasso ham, cider jus, crispy shallots For dessert: Pear Tart Tatin golden puff pastry, caramelized pears, frangipane filling, cinnamon ice cream Sticky Toffee Pudding sweet pudding cake, brown sugar toffee, brown butter ice cream We had coffee, and they served it with "ABC" spoons A = Amaretto B = Bailey's Irish Cream C = Creme de menthe We ate up the $500 TR meal vouchers plus $100, but since we were comping, they didn't charge tax, so there was a "savings" of $40+ So, my comments on the meal. Everything was wonderful. The portions were filling, yet not "stuffing". IMHO, the Beef Wellington was "meh". It was good, but I won't order it again. It's kind of like the Pan Roast at Texas Station. Les asked me which I liked better the Duet of Lamb or the Beef Wellington, and I said the Duet of Lamb. He also asked me which I liked better the beef Wellington or the Pan Roast. I said that I thought that they were about the same, and I would never order either of them again, not because they were done poorly, but just because they didn't have an "overwhelming appeal" that would make me want to order it again. Been there, done, that, have the t-shirt.