Have you ever been to Alexander’s Steakhouse? I recently went yesterday for a family Christmas dinner and one word of advice, dress very nicely! Alexander’s Steakhouse’s walls are lined with all sorts of beer, wine and margaritas. My family and I dinned in a room with no one else in it. Ahhh, nice peace and quiet! It actually wasn’t a private room, it was just a room with no one else eating.
Alexander’s Steakhouse serves almost any steak you can imagine from the simple slow roasted prime rib to the fancy tomahawk steak. I seriously had a rough time picking my steak. I ended up picking the slow roasted prime rib because it was the lowest price. Speaking of prices, in the appetizers section of the menu, you can order one ounce of caviar for …………….. $250. Also, Alexander’s Steakhouse serves a large wagyu beef Kobe (Bryant, haha) steak fresh from Japan. My aunty Lena even devoured a porterhouse steak that was so big three people could share it.
Here are a few appetizers I’d love to share with you:
- Hamachi shooters
Description: Just a couple pieces of fresh Hamachi with avocado, ponzu sauce, poppy seeds, and some jalapenos garnished on top.
- Popcorn crab
Description: Crab tempura (there isn’t much crab in the smaller pieces, so my sister always eats those!) with a siracha sauce to follow.
- Goat cheese with beets
Description: Just what you think it is, goat cheese with beats in a soup spoon
Description: This may not seem like an appetizer, but the size of this makes it count. This dish consists of raspberry jello, apricot jam, and a strawberry in a small soup spoon.
Description: Hot and fresh Edamame with a tasty truffle oil, salt, and some butter. I love to eat them by sucking on the skin to experience the wonderful truffle taste!
These descriptions might not seem fancy, but when you see the pictures I have put in, you’ll see the value in them. Although appetizers might not be the main focus in Alexanders Steakhouse, they do put up a big meaning in why people love this amazing restaurant.