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.
Best Steak House has the most tender and juiciest steak. When served along with their Baked Potato and Thick, Delicious Texas Toast, you have a mouthwatering meal that is sure to please. It can be addictive. Once you try it one time, you're sure to want to go back.
I like the location of The Best Steak House because its right in the middle of the city.
It's a restaurant you can just sit & talk wit friends or have a nite out with yo gurl.
I like the way you order, its not like any other place anywhere. The workers seem to get along nicely & their nice to the customers also. They are to me, anyway.?
The only thing I dislike about the Steak House is that it is often VERY crowded during lunch time & the line gets a little long but otherwise I give this place 2 ThUmBs UP!!~
The Best Steak House looks like a broken down cafeteria when you walk in. And the line cooks act like Seinfeld's soup nazi - you had better know what you want or they will pass you up. But the food is PHENOMINAL and the price is right...$5 for a stip steak sandwich on texas toast. And it is the BEST steak you will ever eat, I promise. So if you don't mind eating off of cafeteria trays, go to the Best Steak House. You will not be disapponited!
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