Prime Rib

The House of Prime Rib


House of Prime RibThe House of Prime Rib
is exactly that. You get prime rib!! BUT, it is a set meal with a few choices, like size of prime rib cut. (OK, so they do have a fish dish as a special.)

We ordered the King Cut when we went to The House of Prime Rib. It is an extra generous cut and the only one that has a bone in it. The meal is set with a few choices, such as potato – baked or mashed, vegetable – we chose creamed spinach and creamed corn and shared them. The salad is prepared table side in an ice cold stainless steel bowl.

salad

potatoes

Next comes the piece de resistance, the prime rib. I guess you could get it well done, but it appeared to us that, the way they roast a giant slab of prime rib at The House of Prime Rib, the majority of the meat is medium rare, just the way we like it. The slice is so large, it barely fits the plate, so the accompanying vegetable was on a separate plate for us. They prepare the baked potato table side as well, and they are HUGE. They also serve a popover which I remember being better than it was this past visit.

The wine list at The House of Prime Rib is stacked on the cabernet side. We chose a Pride Mountain which was excellent.

The amazing thing about The House of Prime Rib is the price. All of this food for $49.95 for the large King Henry Cut. An amazing value in my opinion. All this and the service was excellent – attentive and quite knowledgeable. There was so much food leftover that we asked to take it home. Another server came with bags and boxes and put everything in a House of Prime Rib supermarket shopping bag – quite a nice touch. We ate the leftovers for days. I highly recommend The House of Prime Rib. You can make a reservation on OpenTable, but they’re hard to get. We chose to go first thing when they opened and were able to get a seat. You’ll see celebrities dining there along with locals and tourists.

The House of Prime Rib Wrap-Up


Price: $$$

9.9
Perfect

The Breakdown


Food
10
Creativity
9
Service
10
Ambiance
10




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