Established in the 60s, the same family still operates this local steakhouse. The signature four-inch thick 14-ounce filet mignon, established the ... More
Established in the 60s, the same family still operates this local steakhouse. The signature four-inch thick 14-ounce filet mignon, established the fine steakhouse reputation. Other entree options include the 16-ounce New York steak, 16-ounce Prime Rib; as well as appetizers like steamer clams and Cajun mushrooms. Desserts like the macadamia nut pie will likely have to be taken home because portions are so large. The best advice, resign yourself and keep ordering. It is worth every penny and bite.
Have eaten at the Club Paris for over 30 years and it is still the best steak/prime rib resturant in the state. Quite expensive but well worth it. If you know of a better Filet Migon please let me know. Highly recomend to all.
I have heard good things about this restaurant and decided to check it out. In all, I thought it wasn't worth the money. The atmosphere was really lacking- the bar isn't separate from the rest of the seating, so it's loud. The tables and place settings are a little lackluster for what you pay for your meal. My steak was served up on one of those metal plates like at Sizzler- for a $30 steak, I expect a bit more. The service was fine and the steak was good, but again, not worth the money. I got the filet and it was only slightly better than an Outback steak. The steak fries were just ok as was the Caesar salad. For about $5 more, I could have had a wonderful rack of lamb at the Crow's Nest along with way better atmosphere, service and a view. Won't be going back.
Can;t wait: It is kind of spendy but the food and service is wonderful and worth the little extra. We went back there and had a wonderful time and had such great food. When my family and friends come up for the wedding we plan on taking them there as well....... Hey why not come and join us??????????
My family and I were there about 2 weeks ago, and upon advice of a friend living there, we had lunch...the burger on french roll Au Jus was the best burger I have ever had...and the cole slaw excellent. Served us each 2 meals as could only eat half at the time..I highly recommend and if i ever get back to AK, this will be a first stop. Waitress was great, too.
Always a fantastic meal, no matter what we have. We dine here twice a year, once before entering the bush for the summer and the first touch of civilization on the way out. Portions are huge!, service always friendly and prices are on par with any large metropolitan area. I try to force myself to order something different every time I visit, but more often than not end up ordering the mouth-watering filet.
I read reviews about this place and it seemed like it would be a good place. We made reservations and sat down as soon as we got there, the waitress didn't come to our table for at least 10 minutes. We both got the filet and the steak was very tender, but it had no flavor at all! Very, very bland. Sides were not good either. Maybe I went in expecting more, but we will not be back. Too expensive for the quality and service!
Cozy up here! The high booths and intimate seating arrangements maximize privacy, while hanging plants, wine served in carafes and
soft music add to the charm. A wide selection of pizzas ($12.95 19.95 for a large) and signature dishes ...
This is a consistently pleasing midtown steakhouse. Lunch offerings include Fish and Chips, Grilled Chicken Teriyaki, a variety of burgers
and deli sandwiches ($6.99 10.99). Dinners include Grilled Prawns, Crab Stuffed Halibut, Baby Back Ribs & Top Sirloin, Cajun ...
Opened in 1997, this pub took Anchorage by storm. The menu holds a full selection of appetizers from Brewhouse Amber
Ale Battered Halibut (USD10) and calamari (USD9.50) to desserts such as Wood Oven Roasted Bread Pudding (USD6.50) or outstanding ...