Aug 25 2015

Delmonico’s Kitchen

207 West 36th Street
New York, NY 10018
212.695.5220

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Tuna tartare and crab cake are awesome. Like the way they serve the wine by the glass with a mini decanter – but it also means one more seemingly unnecessary thing to wash.

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The chicken is good but on the salty side. A TV mounted in the bathroom?

On the menu, they offer four types of steak: Demonico’s Steak, filet mignon, NY strip and porterhouse, they’re all under $50. (Steak frite is much less).
We ordered a chicken and three steaks. The house steak is the best. The special double rib eye for two – marbled, as our waiter stressed – is huge. The serving plate is way too small for it, feels like a fast food, eyesore and unappetizing. Lately many decent restaurants give prices of their specials. Given the fact most steaks cost around $50 at this one, I’d think it costs about the same but it’s $150. A big doggy bag.

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The sweet girl offered to charge my phone when I mentioned my battery was running low – thank you!