What an amazing tasting filet. I have been to many places but the filet's here are just outstanding.
had a great meal with 2 friends. Everything was cooked to perfection & Service was impeccable. Try the NY Strip, it's delicious!
Sad to see . .. Sigh. A long time favorite of ours has failed to deliver. Our Thanksgiving dinner meal - which we were so looking foward to - was, well, better than Denny's! Yeay! And for only three times the amount! Yeay! Seriously, they were sitting people in the banquest hall opened just for the occasion, the table was so wobbly the waiter brought out a wedge, discovered that the tables they had just gotten were not put together correctly, tried to move us to another table, it was assembled incorrectly, one chair had food-encrusted upholstery. And, we got to sit back in a room with Holiday Inn chic sliding divider walls. The special Thanksgiving dinner food? Denny's. Sad to see an old staple fall so far.
mmmmmmmm!!!!. First off, this is a steak house, don't expect "chili's" prices. I love the spinach sides, the potato sides and the butter boiling under the steak as its brought to you. Haven't tried the cheesecake yet because my tummy is usually too full by desert but im sure its de-lish. I've been there about 10 times and i'd say only once or twice the service has been just under awesome so all in all, do some cardio before you go in and indulge.
Sophisticated American chain serves up corn-fed USDA prime cuts and New Orleans-style appetizers and sides..
This offshoot of a popular New Orleans hangout for politicians features decor of dark woods and comfortable booths, with a separate bar scene. Choice cuts of custom-aged beef arrive in sizzling butter on 500-degree plates. The menu also offers chicken, pork and seafood entrees along with Creole appetizers like shrimp remoulade. Family-style sides include gargantuan onion rings, creamed spinach and various styles of potatoes. Traditional homemade desserts like cheesecake and bread pudding conclude the meal.
amazing service. I always have a reservation when I go, I NEVER wait, the moment I arrive I'm seated. And its not because I'm some long time patron, I'm in my early twenites. The service is amazing. The petite filets w/ shrimp are my favorite, just dont touch the plate because you'll burn yourself. The breadpudding dessert is just as amazing. I would highly recommend this place to anyone!
My husband was wrong!. My husband ate at. a RC location in Naples, and came home raving. insisting we try it here in Coral Gables. We had a 8:45 reservation, and were 10 min. late, however were seated by 9:10, about a 20 min. wait, After seating us, the hostess asked me if I would prefer a black napkin, as I was wearing a black dress. It never arrived, I had to ask our waitress for a napkin. Service was prompt, and OK for the most part. We each ordered a glass of champagne, which was brought to us right after the appetizer, which arrived almost too fast. We were told the champagne had been cooling down, but it was lukewarm. We had the calamari appetixer which was fine. My husband and I both had the rib eye, ordered medium rare. The butter on the top was a nice and decadent touch, but the steaks were WAY too fatty. Rib eyes are well known as the "fattiest" cuts, but the fat should be mostly running through the meat, with not much on the outside. I had to cut away at least 3-4 inches total of pure fat. I know what a good rib eye looks and tastes like, because we grill them ourselves every Sun. This does not mean that I can't appreciate a good steak cooked by someone else, but I was not impressed. The ones my husband cooks here at home are far better. Perhaps if the steak had been trimmed a little better. It's almost as though they left that much fat on to make the steak appear bigger, I don't know. Also, it was a little bit rarer than medium rare. To be fair, once I cut the fat away, the remaining steak was pretty good. There was also a certain amount of gristle. The au gratin potatoes and creamed spinach were good. My son ordered the filet mignon which was cooked to perfection and he enjoyed it. We did not have dessert. Bottom line is that I would not return here again, we do it better at home. As I told my husband as we left, this place would be good for people that do not know how to grill themselves, and for those that were on the ignorant side about what makes a good rib eye.
NOTHING WOW.... I LOVE MEAT, JUICY, TENDER, WITH NOT SO MANY SAUCES BUT JUST THE RIGHT EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL AND SOME SEA SALT AND BLACK PEPPER... HERE THEY THINK THEY ARE SEVING THE BEST FILET, STEAK... BUT IF YOU BUY A GOOD STEAK AT THE FRESH MARKET AND YOU COOK IT HOME... 1- YOU'LL DO IT BETTER, 2- YOU'LL NOT PAY MEAT LIKE GOLD, 3- YOU'LL BE OUT OF THAT WEIRD "ELEGANT" (?) AMBIENCE.
Best Beef. If your looking for graet beef then your at the right place. 100 times better than Morton's or Smith & Wollensky could ever hope to be. The room is lovely with attentive servers: very rare in Miami. Everything is as you like. Perfect!
Predictably Superb. I've never had a bad experience at a Ruth's; food, service, atmosphere, whatever. The filets are always perfectly rare and tender. For a steak house that will never disappoint, and I've been in over 40 of her locations around the world, pick Ruth's
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