A Florentine Steak is basically a giant T-bone that is rubbed with olive oil and salt. It is cooked for a very short period on each side over charcoal or wood and then removed from heat and left to stand upright on the cross-bar of the T-bone to rest. Once rested it is served with a charred exterior and a near raw interior.
At the table across from us there was a lady dining alone who enjoyed her meal so much that once she finished it she ordered another! She then proceeded to order dessert as well, we both admired her style. She sounded as though she was from New Zealand so Katherine said she was eating "Hobbit-Style." If I hadn't been the one to witness it and heard of her dining experience that would motivate me to try out this restaurant for sure!