Ruth's Chris Steak House specializes in serving aged USDA Prime steaks, broiled in a trademark 1800-degree oven and served on a plate heated to 500 ... More
Ruth's Chris Steak House
Ruth's Chris Steak House specializes in serving aged USDA Prime steaks, broiled in a trademark 1800-degree oven and served on a plate heated to 500 degrees to ensure the steak stays "sizzling" hot. To experience fine dining at its best ... Just follow the sizzle to Ruth's Chris Steak House!
Went with another couple for the first time to this restaurant (Ruth's Chris) this evening. It was a joke, our food was delivered to the table of the 4 some next to us and the waiter tried to serve our food to them, after realizing they were at the wrong table they retrieved the food from that table and started to serve it to our table only to find several things were not right. The food went back to the kitchen and some time later it arrived at our table luke warm. Have never been at this restaurant in 10 years, will never be back. There are better choices in the desert.
Recently visited Ruth's Chris Steak House. Staff was friendly and courteous, food was hideous. I don't know why our server asked how I wanted my steak cooked because I ordered it rare and got well done. Side dish of green beans and garlic was to salty to eat and the crab cakes my wife ordered were full of pieces of crab shell. The restaurant was not very busy and dinner still took almost two hours, the whole experience was awful. I think someone from Ruth's Chris should have dinner at Morton's Steak House so they can see what a steak should taste like and what good service looks like.
Ruth's Chris- Superb!
On vacation we went to this restaurant. The food was absolutely amazing, the service was second to none. We could not fault this place. Watch out for the hot plates though ;-)
Friendly, inviting and courteous staff.
Would recommend. It's shame the Uk has nowhere like this!!
Awful, I should have know this as I sat down on a chair full of stains! Than the table for 4 was to small for 2 people. I had them change my utensils due to the fact the wine list and menues had been placed on them, Don't know how many people touched the menues, but I didn't want those germs on my forks. There wasn't room on table to place the menues any place else. Talk about noise, place sounded like a cafeteria! Couldn't have a conversation unless you shouted it. I ordered Stuffed chicken, Terrible, I guess that's what I get going to a steak house and ordering that. I don't eat alot of steak and after the prices, $30-50 for a steak, doesn't come with anything if you want potato, corn, beans or anything else it was extra, $7 and up. Lots of people running around the place got hit in the back by a waitress. This was due to the fact of the tables packed in so tight. My first time there and last. The people I was with enjoyed their steak even thought they where portioned so small, (they looked bigger due to the small tables). They took my chichen back and didn't charge me for it, That was nice. They asked If I wanted anything else, the experiance was over and didn't order anything else. Also the wait for the food took over 30 minutes. I looked around at other tables and many people where looking around with blank stares waiting also.
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