The House of Prime Rib has been serving the best beef available on the market since 1949. Standing elegantly on Van Ness Avenue in historic San Francisco, it is the mecca for red meat aficionado and those who wish to dine happily in pure goodness. Owned by Joe Betz, their juicy Prime Rib from quality whole-grain fed cattle has been following the old-school tradition started by original owner Lou Balaski.
Below are the latest House of Prime Rib menu prices.
Roast Prime Rib of Beef
|The City Cut||$37.45|
|House of Prime Rib Cut||$39.85|
|The English Cut||$39.85|
|King Henry VIII Cut||$42.85|
|Children's Prime Rib Dinner||$11.45|
Your choice of one of the following is included with any prime rib dinner.
|The Salad Bowl||See note above|
|Mashed Potatoes||See note above|
|Baked Potato||See note above|
|Yorkshire Pudding||See note above|
|Creamed Spinach||See note above|
|House Made Tiramisu||$8.00|
|Gluten Free Chocolate Cake||$8.00|
|Warm Apple Crisp||$8.00|
|Monster Chocolate Cake for 2||$16.00|
|San Francisco's Double Rainbow Ice Cream or Sorbet||$5.75|
More information about House of Prime Rib
Diners will be engulfed by the sheer coziness of the place, largely adorned by beautiful fireplaces and leather seats, making them feel as if they stepped back in time. Starting off the meal with a freshly baked sourdough bread paired with a generous amount of butter, customers may feel overwhelmed with the variety of cuts the House of Prime Rib offers. From the crowd’s favorite House of Prime Rib Cut, which serves a big portion of tender beef, to the biggest King Henry VIII Cut for people with big appetites, there is definitely no dull moment in this rib place.
Besides the beef, customers will also be delighted to see several side dishes they can eat together with their meat. The Yorkshire Pudding may intimidate some as it sounded too traditional, but the airy, golden brown dome can help in soaking up the meaty, savory juices making it one of the perfect dinner accompaniment anyone will taste. If paired with an exquisite glass of Cabernet Sauvignon or a Merlot, then customers can truly say they have had the best dining experience ever.
For more information about House of Prime Rib, visit their official website.