House of Prime Rib is a San Francisco Landmark. Our juicy and delicious Prime Rib is made from the highest quality corn-fed beef available.
Mix the spicy horseradish in the mashed potatos. Its awesome.
Share the King Henry cut with a friend. It's a good size meal even for two guys. Splitting fee is $7.50.
That salad though!
Food is delicious!!
The atmosphere is a trip but the prime rib is mediocre and the whole experience is overrated.
Prime rib, spinach, house cut
A-Mazing! Get the smallest cut, so you can enjoy all the sides. The mashed potatoes and creamed spinach are so yummy, but you can always get a baked potato and sautéed spinach. But why would you?
With reservation, it's still 30 mins wait. The service is really sub par :(
Prime rib was awesome!
Good stuff! Prime rib was ok I've have better but the sides were great
always make reservations
Order any of the cuts bigger than the city slice, finish your meat, and get a free second serving (that you can pack up to go)
Food Network's Top 5 Steaks: #4, Prime Rib Roast
The prime rib and the salad
Not much else has to be said about HoPR. Get the house cut, mashed potatoes, and skip the Yorkshire pudding in favor of the cornbread and sourdough. Leave room for (free) seconds!
The meat was perfect. was very tender and juicy and is being served in their own tasty sauce. The baked potato was fantastic. Yes the place is a tad pricey.
Don't be shy about asking for an extra slice
Nice place for formal dinners. Meat quality is outstanding.
Eat the Yorkshire pudding and creamed spinach, they're the perfect accents to the prime rib. Oh and you won't regret getting the King Henry cut
Meat, meat, meat! Come with an empty stomach.
Nothing!!! And bad service
If you are getting the King slice of prime rib, the baked potato might be too much. The mashed potatoes were a much more comfortable portion.
The English Cut 👌
No matter what size you order, you can always ask for more
Fairly priced for a delicious meal. Great dining experience that transports you to the 1970s
Too much meat!!!
Bring your appetite. Very filling and delicious food.
Ultra hot horseradish with King Henry VIII. Don't forget creamed spinach!!
Try the hottest horseradish with your prime rib. Be careful!!
Get the standard cut and finish it- they will hook you up for more.
A kind of delicious prime rib which is different from what I tried before. They give u sides too like Yorkshire pudding and creamed spinach.
The service felt like they were trying to get us out as fast as they can. Prime rib was good; nothing too extraordinary. The sides were too salty and heavy.
House cut, baked potato, creamed spinach, dirty martini, second slice
The House of Prime Rib!! Better than Lawry's The Prime Rib!👍 Hands Down! (Sorry Lawry's)
The prime rib just melts in your mouth. The salad is tossed right in front of you at your table. The staff is excellent. Mashed potatoes is perfect. Great for group outtings. Valet is pretty cheap
You want to eat like a king? Eat here. All you need to do is order the King Henry the VIII Cut. They'll take care of the rest.
This restaurant is 99.9% perfection. Service,ambiance,food are awesome. The Manhattan's can be a bit light on flavor. Just order a Blanton's Bourbon to go with your prime rib. 100% perfection!
Awesome meal! Just get the King Henry the VIII Cut it's only a few bucks more. If you don't finish it,you have left overs. If you do+want more you get a 2nd smaller serving of prime rib w/more sides.
The prime rib really is amazing. I couldn't finish the house cut, but it was only $2 more than the city cut, so it was worth a shot!
It was good prime rib but don't plan on having a conversation. Really loud.
Prime ribs. Must get regular cuts. Do yourself a favor, Don't be cute and order three thin slices. That's not gonna be worthy of your hard earn money. Their cream spinach is superb!
You don't need a reservation at the bar and can order from the full menu, get things like salad and baked potatoes a la carte, or just enjoy a cocktail and people watch.
You don't get yer seconds, if you don't finish yer meat!
Decent Yorkshire Puddings for an American place.