I was recently at a business conference at the Rosen Shingle Creek resort in Orlando. While there we visited the Land Remembered steakhouse as it touted prime beef from Harris ranch in CA.
Short summary - place is not worth the high $$ . . . stay away!
I ordered the Porterhouse medium rare. Server told me they cooked the steak in 1,800* ovens and it would have a nice charred crust. When the steak was delivered the waiter told me the plate was very hot (which of course good steak houses do). However, the plate was not sizzling and in fact when I touched the plate it was warm at best (what a joke). Then I noticed the steak had no crust whatsoever. Oh well, I took a bite. It was fairly bland, surprisingly tough, and obviously was not salted at all.
I would never ever go back. They simply do not know how to cook steak. Sad to say I have had better steak at Outback. Admittedly I am a steak connoisseur and have high standards. If this restaurant was in NYC it would be out of business in a week. Simply awful
Again, very very expensive (which is ok if you get great steak), meat is tough, no salt, plate is barely warm and worst part is there is no crust . . . looks like the steak was baked not broiled.