Enjoyed it. Wasn't super hungry myself and ordered a side of green beans (not haricot verts-just real plump beans, cleaned properly and sauteed in butter)and a side of sauteed mushrooms (delicious). Each says the sidedish is enough for two and I shared and still left some on the plate. Wanted a side of a small piece of halibut but didn't ask. They also have Hess chardonnay. That I like.
The chicken spring rolls were good. Not mind blowing, and the hot mustard sauce was orangish color and looked to be be clear thickened with corn starch, I don't know. Not too much heat - that I like. Also, a bbq sauce on the plate - tasty. I enjoyed them. And the salad with the candied pecans in it was good (and provided a nice sweet bite after the spring rolls.)
We started in the bar area and the entertainment was so good (great singer), we decided to eat dinner in there. It was a Friday.
Had a taste of their burger. Too big for me to eat one, but it was okay. Topped with cheese and bacon and red onion, lettuce and tomatoe. I asked for it rare, but it wasn't. The one at Canyon Lodge American Grill (at Aliso Creek Inn) was a very similar plate, but the meat was better. Seared well on the outside and very rare on the inside.
The other menu selections look good at Savannah Chop House. I will go back. The server and staff in the bar was so good with us. Never lost her patience even though were migrated a few times, slid a table together when more of us arriveed. Some even ignored her while in conversation. But, service was top notch at all times even though we were a little demanding or even rude at times.
I've been there (eating in the bar area) twice now and service and food was very commendable. I even had a feel of Savannah home hospitality with a bit of a formal rule. Nothing stuffy, even though the bus boys wear formal attire!
I really liked Savannah Chop House this last month. Anyone else like this place?