A Unique Experience.
Dining at Gulliver's is definitely a unique experience. The place is done up like an Olde English eatery with the waitstaff reluctantly dressed in period garb. The prime rib was pretty good but the rest of the food is average. The desserts were down right boring. The biggest negative was the inattentive waitstaff but the nicest thing was the piano player who takes requests from the diners.
Good Prime Ribs.
Parking is easier, and it's relatively empty throughout the week. The prime ribs (which is the thing to get) isn't as good as the House of Prime Ribs, but it's definitely cheaper, and I love the cream corn.