Meat Kitchen promises excellent meat, on display in immense refrigerated cases exhibiting Rib roasts at different stages of maturity in a setting that somewhat resembles an American steakhouse. The stage is set. While the starters are a bit scanty, the meat dishes are more than generous: the mixed grill including sausage, beef, and lamb chops, supposedly for two (we were three), is enough for four. The meat is good quality and cooked on a wood fire. The waiter does not necessarily propose the aged meat, so don’t forget to ask or you might regret it at the end of the meal. The waiters are very pleasant and smiling.