The Steakhouse, Frankfurt am Main

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Feuerbachstrasse 11a, 60325 Frankfurt am Main 069 71 23 40 50

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  • The Steakhouse: Best steakhouse in Europe

    by tan1415 Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    This is the BEST steakhouse in Europe. Italy's tuscan steakhouses or the angus steakhouses of the UK do there best, but IMO the US steakhouses are the best. And this is the best imitation.
    Only in the USA you can find comparable steakhouse. They dry age their own beef and make use of grain fed USDA primebeef.
    They have also beef from other countries and are even planning to serve the famous Wagyu Beef.(better known as Kobe-Beef)
    The waiter will bring a platter with the different cuts of beef. You can make your own choice which cut or sort of beef is your preference.

    They have two branches..one is the steakhouse. They specialises in meat. The other branche is called surf and turf and you guessed it they also serve seafood here.
    I have only ate at the Steakhouse..because that's what we came for.
    And well I know better places to eat seafood than in landlocked frankfurt.

    Clientele are all business men.
    Pricingwise it's cheaper than the comparable US steakhouses like Luger's.

    Favorite Dish: The steaks are the best. Esspeccially the grain fed USDA prime ribeye is my favourite. The Fillet steak is also very good. They serve them up to 500gr!!
    They also serve Porterhouse, but after Peter Luger in NYC. Will make it almost sacrilege to eat it here. So I have not tried it..yet.
    Also I am pretty curious about the Wagyu beef. Never had the opportunity to try both the USDA and the WAGYU beef at the same time.
    Also VERY good or actual great are the burgers. It's like no burger you have ever tasted. At €15 it's at a pulp fiction price...but it's so tastefull. IMO worth every penny.

    The starters are OK, nothing special. American style starters including it's huge portions. It's fun to try...but IMO best idea is to just share a starter.
    I haven't tried desserts...

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    The Steakhouse: Mouthwatering steaks!

    by lenoreva Updated Mar 28, 2007

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    Ok, so first off, let me admit that I am not much of a meat-eater. I am not a vegetarian or anything, but meat just doesn't excite me the way veggies do. When I do want my once a year filling of steak, this is where I come!

    It is VERY pricey though, so it is more of a special occasion/business dinner type place. One way to save (but not to endear yourself to the somewhat snobby waiters) is to share a steak (the portion size is large) and add a couple of side dishes. Bottles of wine are astronomical so skip them if you are on a budget.

    Favorite Dish: Of course you come here for the steak! Your waiter introduces you to the cuts available that night by bringing a platter of raw meat to your table. And you can't go wrong - all the cuts are top choice beef rivialling what you would get in Chicago, New York, Kansas City steakhouses.
    Side dishes aren't included with your steak but can be ordered extra and come in bowls that can be shared with others in your party. The garlic mashed potatoes - yum!
    Salads are also excellent.

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    The Steakhouse: Steaks and more Steaks

    by gordonilla Updated Mar 8, 2006

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    The restaurant is excellent and has a fabulous atmosphere; the waiting staff are professional and make sure you are aware of all the cuts of beef that are available.

    Favorite Dish: baby leaf and pine nut salad - fillet steak and french fries.

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