The entire experience was fantastic from start to finish. The atmosphere, service, and food was above and beyond anything else that I have experienced in Savannah. The staff is well educated on the products they serve and are genuinely happy to help. The wine recommendations were spot on! I will definitely be back with family and friends.
My husband and I ate at Belford's our first night in Savannah. We had a fantastic dinner. We had heard several people raving about the crab cakes…
The blooming onion was fried in old oil, vegetables still crunchy, steak look warm, definitely needs improvement
OMG!!!! Was on such a BIG HUGE CRAZY STEAK CRAVE ATTACK this past week. 2 days in a row & $200 bucks later. Lol. NEARLY anyway. My husband & I. Had a Ab So Loot FREAKING BLAST FOLKS ♡☆♡☆♡ Poor Steak. They didn't know he would be the customer to order this faithful day. I enjoyed this one particular photo I captured of him murdering and devouring the steak. It's amazing what the lens can capture at the hands of a wife on her husbands steak killing mission @ the speed of lightnen when a wife is capturing the moment. Lol. Tho I had the Steak CRAVE, I Atleast wasn't MADD like my husband. He went HAMM on the Steak. Yikes!!! TrulyTruly Kimm
Food is very good, service not so much. "Forgot the the salads" and one of the steaks was over cooked. There are much better in Savannah.
Toni’s Steakhouse is one of those unsung gems of serious dining not usually expected on the Southside. The owner, Stephan, and his family have been part of the Savannah restaurant scene for several years, previously off of Diamond Causeway with the still-missed Adriatic. With Toni’s, they have perfected their style, to the enjoyment of all diners.The building itself is a modest brick structure next to the Holiday Inn. Inside is a tasteful understated décor of brick, black, and white, with abstract paintings. We are often greeted by Stephan or his family, who hail from Croatia, and swiftly seated. Toni’s small size lends itself to personal attention by the wait staff; the place is intimate without being cramped. Service is professional, the waiters will often recognize a returning guest and remember what they like, make suggestions. During quiet periods Stephan or his sons may come out to converse with guests, which is often my favorite part of the meal.The food, which is the essential part, does not disappoint. The meal always opens with the welcome sight of bread baked that morning. Stephan keeps his menu limited in the right way, concentrating on what he does best: tender, Grade-AA steaks and sirloins cooked to order, local shrimp grilled or fried with flair, to generous dishes of pasta with sauces created right on the premises. One of our favorites is wiener schnitzel with its tender breading, the dish that initially hooked us on this place. If you ask, especially at lunch, Stephan or Toni is not above creating a dish inspired by the old Adriatic, often I get a shrimp & spinach crepe. Often swordfish, grouper, or mussels are on special, but only briefly, Toni’s is very firm about only serving the freshest of seafoods. Even the vegetables are perfect al dente in texture and taste, and the mashed potatoes are real, never powered.Dessert is also created on site. We’ve tried them all, but keep coming back to the crème brûlée. Coffee is never far away. Besides a well-stocked bar, complete with a TV silently tuned to news or soccer, there is an extensive wine list, but my favorite is the house wine, a good basic red or white created out in California’s wine country just for Toni’s.Besides the food, Toni’s has one thing I consider essential for the full dining experience: good music! No noisy Top 40 hits blaring out here, no recycled muzak, just the calm beauty of a piano or guitar playing Mozart, Beethoven, Rodriguez, or a cool jazz combo playing with the favorites, all of it at a volume you can have a conversation over. Next to the food, the soundtrack is what makes or breaks a restaurant for this diner.Located on the Southside, Toni’s has for too long been a candle under a bushel . For those who think all the good food is exclusively downtown, I suggest you look again, this is worth the trip.
I visited this restaurant on a fri night for the first time. i took my best friend for her birthday. She and I consider ourselves 'connoisseur " when it comes to great steaks. We love Ruth's, Longhorn and even some outbacks. This restaurant leaves much to be desired. the setting is very appealing. They have great seating, lighting and classical music playing. However the food was unsatisfactory. There were 3 people in our party each ordering a different cut of steak each prepared differently... from med rare to well. It took 45 minutes to get our entrees and each one was well done... and cold! For me if the steak is over cooked it's ruined so I sent mine back and because it took soo long to get it the first time, declined their offer to recook. I would think that if any patron iis displeased and refuses the entire meal that management would offer at the very least an apology... not this place!! There are much better places in the area that offer a more flavorful, hot, and adequately prepared steak than here for the same... if not better price. Also, If you're one who enjoys your food seasoned this definitely is Not the place for you.