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Posted by Anonymous on 05/15/2007
Not sure if this guy has a number of words he must hit out of his thesaurus in order to write a restaurant review, but he obviously doesn't know anything about good food or good service. I have been to just about every major steakhouse in the city and Del Frisco's consistently comes out on top. Their traditional dishes are cooked to perfection (sorry guy, but this is a steakhouse, not French/New American fusion). Try the rib eye or the sirloin, but even the filet is flavorful and obviously tender. The sauces that accompany the crab cakes and shrimp cocktail are perfect (and you won't fin them anywhere else...). And the atmosphere is pleasing with the large pane windows and decorative lights at night...especially nice around the holidays as this is the perfect dinner stop after a night at Radio City or visiting the Christmas tree.
Posted by WS2007 on 05/09/2007
I have been to Del Friso's several times and always found it to be great. The crab cake app is one of the best I've had ans the steaks are always great. I don't know what this guy was talking about below, but he obviouly has not been to many steakhouses. Most steakhouses have similar menus- It's the quality of the meat and service that sets them apart from eachother and in Del Frisco's case they are both excellent. If you want originality, go to a fusion restaurant.
Posted by Sharon on 04/23/2007
The absolute BEST steak I have ever ate in my life.
Posted by Chris on 04/20/2007
This giant hollow cavern, an abyssmal eatery brings shame and tears to a city already spoiled and vandalized by corporate nonsense. The food here is safe, is simple, is decent. Nothing about the place, the people, the managers, the decor and design is unique. Absolutely nothing on the menu or anything here is amazing or a "must have" or even has any substain, character, or life infused into it. Even the music incessantly chanted in the background screams with banality. The idea behind this establishment seems to not offend anybody rather than have new and exiciting dishes that tantalize the palate. It's "Texas Hospitality" is so utterly contrived and calculated it feels insincerly cold and I felt like the waiter, who they make get dressed up in tuxedo's (how Texas is that?) feel like they're feeling off a script of a hallmark movie of the week. Del Frisco's to me was like a glorified Applebee's, where I'm paying top dollar to be in an absolute souless corporate environment.
Posted by LadyR on 02/24/2007
I went here last night for dinner with my boyfriend and his brother. It was the first time for my bf and myself. The service was friendly, and our waiter was amazing, full of reccomendations and smiles. They serve you fresh hot loaves of bread which you are to break, not cut! The bread is amazing and its hard not to fill up on the fresh ones they keep bringing to your table. We started off with the shrimp cocktail and crab cake. Do not be fooled with the listing of crab cakes as you only get one. Though they were delicious I thought it was a bit unreasonable to charge $19 for one cake. We had a wonderful half bottle of merlot to go along with our filet mignons. These steaks melted in our mouths. They were cooked to perfection and so flavorful. For sides we had the Spinach supreme and the potatoes Au gratin, also very good. Though we were stuffed we couldn't resist dessert and had the crisp chocolate souffle cake which was just decadent heaven on a plate. Though the place is a bit pricey, it has to be the best steakhouses in overall experience that I have been to in the city.
Posted by Amazing on 02/12/2007
I have gone there about 10 times and every time has been amazing. The steaks are always perfectly cooked and the sides are to die for. Try the house salad. It has 2 perfexctly cooked and seasoned pieces of bacon on it that melt in your mouth.
Posted by Frank from LA on 01/27/2007
If you can't get to Peter Luger's in Brooklyn, GO HERE! I've never had anything but truly excellent food and service. Try the blue cheese dressing - oh my gosh. It's expensive, but worth it.