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13 E. 12th St., New York, NY, 10003
nr. University Pl.
great time at "Strip Steak"
By mbr on 9/22/2009
Just returned from dinner at "Strip Steak" . It was a perfect evening. The place was full. The energy was fantastic. The food was delicious. We enjoyed perfectly prepared filet mignon, creamed corn, creamy mashed potatoes and baked alaska. It was expensive, but well worth it. Would definitely visit again.
Get the 20 oz Steak, Skip the Scallops
By ny10522 on 1/9/2012
If you are wondering about ordering the 20 oz stripsteak vs the 16 oz strip, donÂ´t. The 20 oz is definitely the way to go. Warning...skip the $17 scallop appetizer. You get TWO( !!!!) normal, fairly large sized scallops. We shared this app and the restaurant placed one scallop on a plate for each of us. I couldnÂ´t stop laughing until I realized that I paid over $10 (including tax and tip) for the one measly scallop on my plate. That I will never forget. Service was excellent and we were not rushed.
Why so few reviews?
By irc on 1/27/2013
Three foodie tourists chose the original Strip House based on reading reviews of NYC steakhouses. Incredible crispy juicy steaks, delicious sides, huge desserts. Amazing history in the photos all over the walls. Only problem was we were on a table nearer the bar, where there are no tablecloths - plates sliding around while cutting up steaks. I was surprised that the goose fat potatoes were a bowl shaped lump of deep fried mash. But i guess that would be lower fat than chunks of potato fried in goose fat. Tasted delicious. It doesn't aspire to get michelin stars, but what steaks? For us, Strip House is our new steak benchmark.
By nbad on 1/14/2003
From the moment you enter the Strip House the red velvet walls set the tone for a great dining experience. The steaks are perfectly cooked. The sides dishes (truffled cream spinach) are wonderful. Cannot wait to return.
Best Steakhouse, Best Service
By Donatella4 on 3/11/2003
The steaks would make a grown man cry, and the service is phenomenal. Professionalism at its finest. I had to compliment manager Francesco Grasso's impeccable service!
By rory on 3/12/2003
Service is impeccable and the ambiance is wonderful. And it doesn't hurt that the steaks are top of the line.
#1 Reason to Join a Gym
By luckypenny on 3/14/2003
Is Chef Rene Lenger's 12 layer chocolate cake that now has an evil twin; the mile high cheesecake!!! I am defenseless against these two superpowers...
By waterman on 3/16/2003
Head chef Rene L. should be given more credit for taking this hip place to the top of the New York Steak house scene. The Steaks are great. Best secret is the seafood dishes and be sure to save room for dessert.
Hottest,Hippest and Best in NYC
By michaelNYC on 3/27/2003
The Strip House is truely a cut above the rest. From its great decor to its excellent and perfectly excuted menu that Rene Lenger and staff put out flawlessly night after night. I have never had a more enjoyable meal in my entire life. The waiters are attentive and profesional . The Strip House is better then any of its competiton. The Strip House is the new wave from its inventive menu and creative specials Rene Lenger and his staff are true masters of their craft.This is the only place to eat prime dry aged beef in my opinon. The food at Strip House is great, the foie gras torcheon is perfect so flavorful and buttery , the double porterhouse carved table side was chared to perfection and for dessert there's nothing better then the 13 layer choclate cake to end a perfect evening. The best restaurant in New York hands down.
The Best Steak Ever!
By rowan on 4/12/2003
I've been to just about every 'great' steakhouse there is in NYC, but none have ever impressed me as much as the Strip House. The ambience, service, decor, and attention to detail are perfect. Add to all that the most luscious food you can imagine, (I have honestly fantasized about their chocolate cake) and you have a true gem. The Strip House is not a restaurant, it's an experience.
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