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Posted by kennyt on 09/30/2007
What a treat. Great food, great service, great value with price-fixe menue at $40. Six star friendly service. Chocolate souffle out of this world. A must eat restaurant. Enjoy.
Posted by UES on 09/12/2007
How nice it was to have pleasant people serving you at a steakhouse. Why do so many places feel the need to employ cranky career waiters? The staff at Del Frisco's was young, informed and nice. The food is great although the onion rings are not that good - they are big and impressive but basically without flavor. The steaks are great and the Dessert is the BEST. Their cheesecake is so subtle and so is the Lemon Cake. Great dining room, much nicer for business, group or pleasure than some of the other big names...
Posted by steak lover on 08/18/2007
As someone whose favorite food is steak, I can't say enough about Del Frisco's. Having tried all of the NY staples, including Peter Luger's, Del Friscos is by far the best. In addition to the steak, the crab cakes and onion rings and the special lemon cake that is often served make this the perfct meal from start to finish.
Posted by Niles on 08/13/2007
My family and i return to Del Frisco's because it is consistently excellent and offers a terrific Prix-Fixe between 430-6. We ordered the filets and the rib eye and although they were out of the broccoli which we always love, the green beans were pretty good, as well. Service is excellent and one does not need spend a fortune if the liquor is kept to a minimum. And,there is no pressure from their terrific staff to order from the bar. Wonderful wait staff, and the fried oysters were outstanding. Nothing beats the cheesecake for dessert. Can't wait to return.
Posted by TopDomino on 08/12/2007
The crab cakes and the steaks are king and queen at this always packed Midtown steakhouse. The service truly personal and exceptional. By all means take your pick from the excellent wine list, where even the lower priced bottles are exceptional. If you are visiting New York, make this place your first, last or most important dinner, the restaurant's impressive decor and the view of Rockefeller Center and Radio City Music Hall are sure to immerse you in the over the top feel of the city. Oh, the onion rings are good too.
Posted by Evelyn on 08/09/2007
Arrived on-time for our 8:30 weekday reservation and had to wait 15 minutes before being seated. The restaurant was extremely noisy and filled with i-bankers in their mid-20's to early 40's on company dinners. The staff were efficient and courteous; especially the sommelier, who recommended a fantastic new Australian wine not yet on the wine list. We ordered the prime rib, filet, and porterhouse, all of which were delicious and served in generous portions, if not slightly too salty for my taste. Overall, a great experience, despite the wait and the noise. Be prepared to part with your dough...it goes quickly and easily here!
Posted by Swt2B40s on 07/25/2007
I wasn't too happy they lost my reservation, but they made room which was really nice. We had party of 9. I loved the atmoshere, the large windows, just the whole feel . The service was great, someone was always there. And the food was marvelous. It was a little strange to actually have them serve you the appetizers and sides which left it to if you didn't get the first round you didn't get because they serve it all out. (You would have to order another serving) The oysters were ok, but the steak was a sight to see. Most of us had the kobe steak special. And it look like a steak out of the Finstones with a big bone sticking out of it on the side. And it was cook as asked, plus they had you check when you got it in case you needed it cook more. I really enjoyed this restaurant.