I wasn't that hungry, so my husband and I were going to order the "large plate" and share. Out of curiosity I picked up the knife and rubbed the sharp edge against my thumb to see if it was sharp enough to cut a steak, and then laid it back on my napkin. Before I could say anything the waiter, took my knife and put it back in a drawer in the center of the room to reuse. I'm sure he didn't see me play with the knife or he wouldn't have put it back to use for someone else - but I was still shocked. We told him we were sharing the plate, so I don't think he should have taken any of my cutlery away. When we got the steak dinner, it was a very small amount of food on a large plate. We've had better steaks in less pricey restaurants, for sure. We are still laughing that the "brown butter" was listed as a "side" on the menu for this "large plate".
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