Due to a billing screwup, we were due to go back to Alexander Steakhouse, so we went to make good on that.
It's probably a good place if money is absolutely no object, they also have many different kinds of caviars, but since I remember being disappointed by some in the past, I'm a little bit hesitant now considering the price. I suppose it's like getting a very old and expensive bottle of wine: it could be great, but also pretty disappointing.
I remember that the last time the wagyu sampler I got wasn't actually that stellar, whereas this time I have to admit that the 3 ounces of Miyazaki Wagyu did melt in the mouth. It's still pretty horribly overpriced, but it was quite tasty.
Jennifer's dry aged split bone ribeye was quite good too. All in all a good dinner.