Dinner. Feeling alfresco that day, so decided to sup on some good meats while enjoying the view over Darling Harbour that looks like a million bucks (as a comparison, the view over Circular Quay / Sydney Opera House / Sydney Harbour Bridge area looks like a billion bucks - more expensive).
I'm Angus always looks interesting and inviting because of its visible kitchen - what my dad said was right - the cardinal rule on establishing restaurants, if you want the restaurant to be popular and crowded with customers, is to make sure that the cooking area is visible by the diners. Common sense, really - the sight of meat sizzling on grills and the glorious smoke coming out of it does make the stomach rumble and the mouth salivating.
-> One of the better ones I've tasted. Crispy edges, but still moist in the middle - just the way I like it.
-> I asked for medium rare, but it came out medium. Other than that, this is a good steak. Next time, maybe I should ask for rare so that it would come out medium rare (LOL)
-> If Hurricane's Ribs (in Bondi) is the yardstick upon which all Sydney ribs (of similar style of cooking) are measured against, I'd say that this one is juuuuust a teeny notch below Hurricane's. The texture is perfect, but Hurricane's sauce has more kick to it. However, there is a reason why should you eat ribs at I'm Angus instead of Hurricane's - it's approximately 5 bucks cheaper and there's no horrendous queues.
Conclusion: The best dish in this restaurant this time was the garlic bread??? LOL