FACTS: Located in Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia
WHAT I ORDERED:
Stuffed Hash Browns
Green Beans Amandine
Dry Aged Porterhouse (for two)
Because of an insatiable steak craving, along with an excuse to try Butcher and Singer, the bar was set pretty high from the get-go. However, from the grand scale and history of the building to the outstanding food and waitstaff, it was clear that we’d made the right decision.
We started out with a Caesar salad. And, given how terrific the dressing was, not one shred of lettuce was spared.
Deviating from our usual sides, creamed spinach and mashed potatoes, we decided to try the stuffed hash browns and green beans amandine. Stuffed with sour cream and served as one large hash brown, this dish is a must. I thoroughly enjoyed the green beans amandine as well. Crunchy, buttery, and flavorful, a welcome change.
Of course, the dry aged porterhouse did not disappoint either. It was served medium rare and cooked to perfection; we couldn’t have asked for a more juicy or delectable steak
I highly recommend this restaurant for any occasion.
QUICK TIDBIT: Be sure to check out all of Stephen Starr’s restaurants: http://www.starr-restaurant.com/