Keens Steakhouse

Keens Steakhouse

Koreatown, New York
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    This steakhouse is famous for their mutton. It's one of the most popular in the city!
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    Nidhi K.
    "shrimp cocktail Mutton chops mashed potatoes and creme brulee 👌🏽"(90 Tips)
    Michael M.
    "Get the Mutton and the Poterhouse for 2. Side of cream spinach."(15 Tips)
    Maria M.
    "Expensive but try the lamb its the best and the filet mignon"(32 Tips)
    Danielle L.
    "The Kings cut Prime rib is amazing but /huge/."(25 Tips)
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  • steak
  • mutton chops
  • prime rib
  • filet mignon
  • good for dates
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  • Eater
    EaterJuly 22, 2016
    This massive, flavorful mutton chop (actually a saddle of lamb) is well worth a trip to Keens, especially when you tack on a wedge salad, or a side of the famed prime rib hash. Read more
    Upvoted Dec 30, 2023
  • Mustafa Taha Ö.heart icon on user image
    Mustafa Taha ÖzalMay 14, 2016
    The best Steakhouse i have ever been. Make a reservation 1-2 days before. Try Mutton Chops and Supreme Fillet Mignon.
    Upvoted 4 weeks ago
  • Nick A.heart icon on user image
    Nick AndlingerJune 23, 2015
    Have yourself the perfect lunch. Glorious rare cheese burger and a solid glass of red. The quiet dark bar is a little piece of solitude amidst the humid, bustling streets of NYC.
  • Michael A.heart icon on user image
    Michael AnthonyApril 6, 2023
    My new favorite steakhouse in the city, great vibe, service and most importantly some of the best steak I’ve had. The mutton is a must as well. Be aware that the kings cut could feed an entire table!
  • Lilyheart icon on user image
    LilyFebruary 28, 2016
    If you're sitting at the bar, get the filet Mignon skewers. They are the same amount of meat as the filet Mignon at a fraction of the price, and equally as tasty.
  • Justin O.heart icon on user image
    Justin OrdovezaNovember 14, 2023
    This truly is a New York experience, a place to splurge and truly enjoy every minute. Everything from my mutton to the sides were excellent. Make sure to leave room for dessert, def banana’s foster
    Upvoted Jan 6
  • Devin S.heart icon on user image
    Devin Shields-MasDecember 22, 2018
    Been here 5+ times
    Mutton Chop is legendary and the T-bone steak is delightful. Sides are also great! Ambience and service are exceptional. I highly recommend!
  • Jean-Philippe T.heart icon on user image
    Jean-Philippe ThébergeFebruary 19, 2014
    One of the best filet mignon I had in my life so far. This place is rich with history, flavors and after your visit, good memories. It may be pricy, but you should try it at least once!
  • Adva Ebru T.heart icon on user image
    Adva Ebru TınazDecember 19, 2017
    Porterhouse and the large green salad were the best meal that i had in ny.but the service... excellent! They cant be american they have to be british. They are so kind!!!
  • Victor T.heart icon on user image
    The mutton chop in the picture is delicious, but the prime rib is even better, more succulent and flavorful. Don't worry about missing the house signature dish, it's worth it!
  • DoubleDeuceheart icon on user image
    DoubleDeuceFebruary 7, 2022
    Everyone says to get the mutton but don't overlook choosing to sit downstairs over sitting upstairs. The downstairs has much more charm and rambunctiousness of an NYC steakhouse.
    Upvoted Jan 6
  • Jeff S.heart icon on user image
    Jeff SolomonApril 26, 2018
    Kings cut prime rib is big enough for three... and amazing at the same time
  • M N.heart icon on user image
    M NDecember 24, 2017
    The experience of a porterhouse for 3 and Mutton-chop in the Lincoln room is unlike any other steakhouse. Keens steaks far and away are the most flavorful and tastefully aged I’ve come across in NY.
  • Abdullah A.heart icon on user image
    Abdullah AlhamoudSeptember 8, 2016
    The best porterhouse steak in the world.
  • Josh C.heart icon on user image
    Josh ComptonNovember 12, 2018
    The mutton is legendary and delicious (don’t sleep on the mint jelly), but some disassembly required. Skip the seafood platter, just go for oysters. Get the bacon, dip in blue cheese
  • Paige C.heart icon on user image
    Paige CJuly 13, 2015
    Wow. From the service to the food, everything was outstanding. I ordered the lobster but we also had the mutton chop which is a MUST! Key lime pie for dessert was unexpectedly good!
  • Fernando C.heart icon on user image
    Fernando CamposSeptember 27, 2018
    Greaaat place! Marvelous food and great attention, try the wedge salad and the lamb chops! Also they have great deserts! Congratulations
  • Erik C.
    Erik CintronJanuary 19, 2015
    AmaZing!!! It had that untouched decor with the smoking pipes lining the ceiling. The sides were amazing no matter the choice. Porterhouse for 2 was perfectly cooked. Service was great so was desert
  • Allie P.
    Allie PJanuary 10, 2015
    On par if not better than Peter Lugars as best steakhouse in NYC. Believe the hype: get the mutton chop and pair it with a glass of scotch or whiskey. Prompt service as well!
  • Lilyheart icon on user image
    LilyJune 25, 2013
    Been here 25+ times
    Love their double lamb chops... Oysters you definitely have to try.. Highly recommend the butterscotch sundae & creme brûlée ... On a side note... They make an awesome French martini & dirty martini!
  • PureWow
    PureWowJuly 26, 2016
    This legendary spot has been around since 1885. Though the steak is excellent, Keen’s is best known for its mutton-a huge, bone-in roasted lamb that will have you channeling your inner cavewoman. Read more
  • Men's Health Mag
    Men's Health MagAugust 3, 2014
    For more adventurous carnivores, there’s the eminent mutton chop, a boot-size hunk of meat flanked by fatty ribbons of mature lamb and pierced through the center by a crest-shaped slice of bone. Read more
  • B STAR
    B STARMarch 21, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    You have reached the summits of NY Steak dining once you slide into the dark, warm, and inviting wine soaked walls of Keens. I order the mutton. He wants the hash. Both partial to a gibson.
  • Ricky S.heart icon on user image
    Ricky SherrillJanuary 17, 2015
    Everthing here is top notch. Starting at the bar where they have a nice selection of bourbons. At the table you can't go wrong with any of the steaks. I recommend getting a mutton chop for the table.
  • G T.heart icon on user image
    G TMarch 30, 2018
    One of the best steakhouses in the city with great history and atmosphere
  • James C.heart icon on user image
    James CJune 23, 2018
    Fantastic steakhouse. Very traditional New York style steakhouse. Great meat and wine. Great before and after a show depending on your schedule. Highly suggest in midtown. One of the best in the city.
  • Filipe A.heart icon on user image
    Filipe AssisJanuary 5, 2017
    A very good restaurant and food. Unfortunately our group of 4 encountered a very unpleasant and snobbish waitress named Ramona who did not care about foreigners. Taking this away it is a VERY good.
  • Elliot C.heart icon on user image
    Elliot ChanceMay 7, 2021
    Old school steak house with no frills, just meat. They are famous for their single malt scotch collection (at least 350 bottles)
  • Serious Eats
    Serious EatsApril 16, 2013
    A New York institution steakhouse with an iconic mutton chop and a very solid burger.
  • Kristinheart icon on user image
    KristinJanuary 4, 2015
    Mutton Chop was massive and delish! Can't go wrong with the filet and the Yukon mashed were soooo good! Sit at the bar to eat if u like. Those guys rock!
  • Eater
    EaterOctober 4, 2011
    Get a mutton chop with a side of history at this century old steakhouse that offers delicious food, perfect cocktails, & a killer ambiance. Those on a budget can hit up the bar room. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Martin S.heart icon on user image
    Martin SlusarzMay 9, 2017
    This is an awesome steakhouse!! Steaks (so large) cooked exactly as ordered! Appetizers and sides also generous in portion size and awesome taste. Wine list unmatched! Ambience & Service excellent!
  • Bill H.heart icon on user image
    Bill HollisMarch 22, 2019
    Everything was great here! This is a five star restaurant all the way. From the service, to the atmosphere, and of course the perfectly cooked bone in T-bone steak. Can’t wait to go back.
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    katwiththekJuly 27, 2018
    Iconic steakhouse in the city. Mutton chops are supposed their claim of fame but we wanted steak that night. Ordered the porterhouse for 2. So much food, excellent quality of meat.
  • Foxxy B.
    Foxxy BJuly 19, 2017
    Can be relatively casual (which is nice). 8 oz. filet mignon au poivre was worth the $50 price tag. Asparagus could've been a bit more seasoned & cooked. Affogato is a great way to end the meal.
  • Mike F.heart icon on user image
    Mike FriedlichMarch 30, 2017
    Amazing place with a storied past. Great appetizers were Caesar salad, Lump Crab Cocktail, and Crab Cakes. Famous Mutton Chop was huge, outstanding, and very flavorful. Tough to cut but still great.
  • Food Network
    Food NetworkAugust 4, 2014
    The restaurant still features classics like Oysters Rockefeller, Prime Rib and Dover Sole. However, the star of the show is the Legendary Mutton Chop, a huge bone-in hunk of juicy saddle of lamb. Read more
  • Michael T.heart icon on user image
    Michael TiffanySeptember 16, 2017
    The mutton chops are everything they're said to be. What if you lived your life always ordering the mutton whenever you found yourself at a warm clubby place that served it? You could do worse.
  • Dean H.
    Dean HanlonApril 17, 2013
    For less than the price of the famous mutton (mutton!), treat yourself to the chopped salad, three slabs of thick cut bacon and a glass of Bruichladdich 10yr. Dinner of champions.
  • Mark B.heart icon on user image
    Mark BOctober 14, 2018
    Legendary NYC steakhouse. The filet was perfect. If you’re having a drink before dinner, my suggestion would be to wait until you’re seated at your table. The bar area is more “dive” than restaurant..
  • Carla S.heart icon on user image
    Carla SantistevanJuly 6, 2016
    One of the best steak houses I've ever been to. You can do no wrong if you have the mutton chop, mashed potatoes and a glass of your favorite red wine. This will suffice for two patrons.
  • Rebecca Y.heart icon on user image
    Rebecca YiJuly 11, 2016
    Def lives up to the hype! Super old school & "manly" interior. Steak definitely lives up to its name...but I would personally ask them to hold the salt if you're not too keen on salt like me!
  • Lauren V.heart icon on user image
    Lauren VeharNovember 6, 2021
    Cool spot with a lot of history! Would probably skip unless you plan on ordering the mutton, which was great and is what they’re known for.
    Upvoted Jan 6
  • Thomas L.heart icon on user image
    Thomas LangeMay 15, 2015
    My favorite steakhouse in NYC. Expensive but it's ok for special occasions.I usually get the Filet mignon,it's amazing. They cook it perfectly so it's tender and juicy. The service here is excellent.
  • Patricia N.heart icon on user image
    Patricia NogarAugust 8, 2015
    Been here 10+ times
    What's not to like about this jewel? Bartenders that are second to none, great food and the most interesting patrons. But the piece de resistance is the Hot Fudge Sundae. At a Steakhouse? YES!!
  • Alejandro H.heart icon on user image
    Alejandro HoyoJanuary 19, 2015
    If you go for the porterhouse (for 2) order it one grade less cooked than you would otherwise; the filet side will be a little rawer than that, but the much larger t-bone side will come out just right
  • Jessica W.heart icon on user image
    Jessica WickhamJanuary 26, 2017
    A midtown institution with traditional service and fantastic food. Loved that the bread basket also came with blue cheese dip and vegetable crudités
  • Scott L.heart icon on user image
    Scott LustigJune 27, 2015
    This place has an amazing mutton chop that distinguishes it from most classic steakhouses. The atmosphere can be hit or miss depending on which of the many rooms you're in. One of my faves.
  • Tony X.heart icon on user image
    Tony XerriOctober 16, 2014
    Been here 5+ times
    Dinner for four? Get two orders of bacon, a porterhouse for two, mutton chop, burger with cheddar, mashed potatoes, and creamed spinach. Scientific proportions made to make the entire table happy.
  • Cindy O.heart icon on user image
    Cindy OlJune 15, 2019
    Historic place - ask about the pipes on the wall. Has become a bit pricey but great place for a business lunch. Our servers were attentive and sensitive to needs if our table.
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