Now That Was a Great Meal

20 Dec

I think that if I could, I would like to eat at least one meal every week at Ruth’s Chris Steak House.

Sure, I’d probably wind up (at least) 100 pounds heavier, but what the heck? The food is so good there, and I can’t recall a time when I haven’t walked out extremely full and extremely happy.

Case in point: I went to Ruth’s Chris Saturday night with my friend Kelly — it was her first time — and instantly we were smacked in the face with the aroma of steak, well seasoned, on a sizzling-hot plate.


Since neither of us had really eaten all day, we couldn’t wait to order and get our food.

For me, it was the usual: Lettuce Wedge salad (with the lemon basil dressing), Filet (medium rare), shoestring potatoes, and the Chocolate Explosion cake for dessert.

Heck, I was enjoying myself so much that I even tried some of Kelly’s creamed spinach — and liked it!

Wow wow wow. This meal was so yummy.

So good.

So damned filling — though I swear, I probably could have eaten more of that steak. It goes down so easily, and for some reason, it never seems to fill me up entirely.

Seriously, I so so so so so so so love this restaurant. Maybe you’ve heard me say that once or twice (or three times).

But every time I go, I feel like I have to post a rave on here. No other restaurant regularly provokes such a response in me.

For steaks, there is no better place.

We had a great time Saturday night. Now I can not wait to go back.


One Response to “Now That Was a Great Meal”


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