This is not a restaurant for vegetarians or anyone who isn't in the mood to be stuffed. As you're walking into the restaurant they lay it out through the windows where you see into the fridge - you're here for dead animals! You order a la carte and the portions of sides are definitely large enough to share. I recommend the fried lobster appetizer but don't eat too much because you need to save room in your belly. I went with a large group and we each ordered something different and shared with no disapointments. Of course, my husband did order something like a 26 ounce piece of prime rib which was a little sickening. No one had room for dessert but they looked pretty on other tables. Pricey but worth it once in a while.