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Dessy B's Steakhouse

On Tropicana Ave. and Eastern Ave. lies Dessy B's Steakhouse, a small family restaurant specializing in steaks, hamburgers, chicken, seafood, pastas, BBQ, and has a salad bar.  It used to be Sizzler, but once it closed the former district manager wanted to open up his own restaurant and that's how Dessy B's came to be (named after his daughter).  The interior has somewhat remnants of the old Sizzler and has a western theme to it.

I ordered the Steak & Grilled Chicken with a baked potato.  The sauce I chose for my chicken was the lemon caper because I'm sure I never had it before.  The lemon caper sauce was subtle with a bit sourness from the lemon.  Other choices of sauce include BBQ, teriyaki, and Baja:


I was satisfied with the size of my meal.  The steak was 6 oz. and the chicken breast looked normal sized, not like big ones that's obviously been added with hormones!  I don't always need a meal with huge portions to get my money's worth, I just want my food to taste good.  Dessy B's met my criteria!

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