{sf} the prime rib experience

September 24, 2016

For my birthday dinner, my family came to visit me in San Francisco and we ate out at a fancy restaurant that you have to wait at least 3 hours for if you don’t have a reservation. Well, it’s a good thing my dad made a reservation even if it was a bit late in the evening. Anyway, I’m glad we got the reservation though at House of Prime Rib because the place was like a magical house of beef! The entire dinner was quite the experience!

First we waited a little while for our reserved table because the party sitting there didn’t feel like leaving after their meal was over. Good thing they didn’t linger too long though!


After sitting down, we got served sourdough bread with butter and giant knives!


After ordering, we experienced the making of the salad, which was done table side.


I loved the house dressing and beets in the salad.


Many of us ordered baked potatoes with our prime rib. These were also prepared table side complete with butter, sour cream, chives, and tons of bacon.


My sister ordered their off-the-menu Roasted Vegetable platter, which they sell about 2 per night.


Then we watched the chef open up his prime rib contraption and cut us giant slabs of delicious prime rib!


Two of my sisters shared an English cut (thinner slices).


My mom and I shared a House of Prime Rib cut.


My dad got the King Henry VIII cut.


What a meal experience! You can even get free seconds if you’re still hungry. We were not because I’m pretty sure we brought home as much leftovers as we ate while there!


3 Responses to “{sf} the prime rib experience”

  1. attrace said

    So delicious!! You were probably eating leftovers for days!

  2. annalice said

    6 little bags of leftovers! haha

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