A classic cafeteria, the Best Steak House has been serving up great steaks in Midtown St. Louis since 1964. The grill sizzles seven days a week with ... More
The Best Steak House
A classic cafeteria, the Best Steak House has been serving up great steaks in Midtown St. Louis since 1964. The grill sizzles seven days a week with steaks, burgers, pork chops and chicken. Other favorites include fried fish or shrimp. Even with salad, Texas-toast and baked potato, the price stays in the $7-$15 range. A gyros sandwich is on the menu as a salute to the Greek heritage of the founder, Dean Kases, though the St. Louis institution is now operated by son Dean Jr. and son-in-law Phil Schreiber. Dress is casual and no reservations are required.
Whatta dump !! THE WORST STEAK I HAVE EVER HAD!! I had the porterhouse and my wife had the ribeye.The ribeye did not look,taste or have the texture of a ribeye. NASTY! The fried shrimp was good. So was the baked potato and the texas toast.
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