The city of Houston is famous for serving a versatile range of restaurants. However, this time we have focused on the best steakhouses all around the city to satisfy your craving of trying massive and grilled to perfection beef slabs.
From authentic Japanese beef to the traditional USDA Prime beef, the list has covered prominent and beloved steakhouses in Houston for you to vast your experience.
Taste of Texas
As we all know that Texas is popular for its BBQ and steaks, the Taste of Texas worked its way through the best competitions to become the highest-volume steakhouse.
Popular and known for serving up to $17 million worth of beef in 2016, this steakhouse provides a variety of steaks including porterhouse, Bone-in ribeye, and tomahawk. The prices are also reasonable between the range of $40 to $60 and more.
The beloved Houston restaurant is at Katy Fwy.
STQ situated at S Voss Rd is an invention of Chef Ronnie Killen and is the first eatery inside the loop. It is famous for serving Pearland’s finest beef to Houston. You can keep your steak traditional and go for Killen’s 28-day-dry-aged, 16 ounces Nebraska corn-fed ribeye or try their well known pit-kissed filet mignon served in beef consommé.
This Japanese newcomer at Weslayan St is gaining all the attention with its high-standard beef cuts from Japan. The restaurant has a premium sushi menu, but the three top-quality imported beef, including Miyazaki and Akaushi, are worth the price.
Pappas Bros. Steakhouse
Pappas is known for providing the best steaks and service in the whole Westheimer area. This O.G of Houston steakhouses has the options of beef including aged-in-house and USDA Prime, but the magic doesn’t end here as this place also has a vast range of wine list. The starters, including lobster mac and cheese, and Pappas iconic turtle soup are the most incredible way to reach to the main course.
Steak 48 is the best steak-house to visit if you’re looking for some Instagram worthy meals. The restaurant offers an enormous chunk of steak including ribeye topped with a sunny side up egg, Steak Farina and American wagyu filet. This fancy and eye-catching River Oaks steak house is at Westheimer.
Vic and Anthony’s Steakhouse
Known as a cosy-upscale steakhouse, this downtown Houston located restaurant is famous among the professionals. The restaurant has a variety to offer from its menu including off the bone, traditional USDA Prime steaks, Texas Akaushi skirt steak, served and grilled with duck fat potatoes, chimichurri sauce and a fried egg.
Located at Westheimer, and named after Shepherd’s parents, the idea of One-Fifth Steak has now turned into Georgia James. The steakhouse serves Texas’s 44 farms beef and has excellent starters including uni panna cotta with a raw bar, and Viet-Cajun roasted oysters for an even better experience.