At Grill 'Em, the chefs leave customers to broil their own slabs of juicy, beefy meats, guaranteeing steaks done as well or as rarely as each specific flamemongerer desires. Chefs prepare the appetizers ($5.95+) and sides ($1.95), while diners choose a hunk of beef from the menu. Go for the 8-ounce top sirloin for a reliable cut of steak ($11.50), or snag a satisfyingly marbled 12-ounce rib eye for moderate ravenousness ($16.95). Should your stomach mount an all-out assault on your mind, strike back with a hunger-trouncing proportion known as a hungry man special, such as the 16-ounce T-bone served with a side salad and garlic bread ($19.95). Aside from grill-it-yourself options, the restaurant also offers a variety of someone-else-made sandwiches such as the firecracker shrimp sandwich ($9.50), salads like the barbecue short rib salad ($9.95), and burgers like the three-cheese Jucy Lucy ($8.95).