At 380g, the Gentleman's Cut for about $38 was decently sized prime rib with sides of carrot sticks, steamed brussels sprouts, baked cauliflower with cheese, Yorkshire pudding and a baked potato with the works (if you need to know, butter, sour cream, spring onions and bacon bits). There's also the option of a strong English mustard for the tender rib meat. No complains about the food at all, but the Yorkshire pudding from Lawry's is probably fluffier and the medium rare that I asked for here was really more of medium. I'm going to be forgiving on this one.
The Lady's Cut which weighs at approximately 280g, similarly to the Lawry's cut. Comes with similar sides as mentioned above, costs less than half of that expensive place and much better service.