A succulent grilled steak sizzles in a "New York minute" Which steakhouse chain has the greatest tenderloin, ribeye, fillet mignon, sirloin, and porterhouse?
626 survey participants reached a consensus. Each guest chose their favourite fancy steakhouse dish from five options.
Morton's, Ruth's Chris, Fogo de Chao, The Capital Grille, and Fleming's were options.
The Capital Grill's bone-in ribeye with 15-year-aged balsamic and porcini mushroom crust, Morton's dry-aged, bone-in K.C. strip steak, and Fogo de Chao's picanha steaks are all unique.
Fleming's serves standard and speciality steak cuts with distinctive butters such béarnaise, smoky chile, and herbed horseradish. Ruth's Chris is known for its bone-in ribeye Prime steaks.
There's a lot to consider when picking a restaurant for special events, dates, or family activities. Ambiance, service, and cuisine are more essential than downtime cash.
Steak desires may be complex and individualised, from cuts to spices to cooking ways. This makes steakhouse survey consensus uncertain.
Tasting Table did pick a winner. 201 of 626 respondents picked Ruth's Chris as their favourite upmarket steakhouse. Ruth's Chris leads with 32%.
The Capital Grille ranked second with 21%. Morton's comes in second with 122 votes, or 19.5%. Fleming's had 16 percent of 100 diners' votes. Fogo de Chao was fifth with 72 votes (11.5%).