This is definitely the place for steaks in Kingman! Great food, friendly staff, and great atmosphere!
Their weekend breakfast steak and eggs are the best I have ever had. They only have it on the weekends but, for the money it's the best breakfast ever. I have never had a bad meal their and the service is the best in town. So thank you and keep up the good work KCS.
Service was slow, soup got 2 of our party sick. Beef quality not the best for the prices paid. Need more selections. We were seated quickly for a party of 11. Dressing on salad was to thin, watery?
I had a Delmonico steak, medium rare, which was properly cooked. My wife had a filet mignon, medium rare, which was very slightly overcooked, but fine otherwise. The vegetable accompaniments were delicious. We started with sweet potato soup, which was very good. We would probably eat there again if we have dinner in Kingman. The restaurant has moved to 1851... More
Went yesterday for lunch with friends. Food was good, nearly all of us had some sort of sandwich. The half pound blue cheese n bacon burger was outstanding. One said the philly sandwich was a little overwhelmed by bread but good flavor.
We absolutely loved the old Kingman steakhouse. The name has changed to Kingman Chophouse. What a huge disappointment. The appetizers we loved are no longer on the new menu as well as some of the main dishes. Bring some of the old menu items back please. The staff is wonderful as well as the burgers and the Delmonico steak.
The Kingman Steak House has moved to KIno Ave. and is now the Chop House. I hadn't eaten at there old location but wanted to try there new location. The newly remodeled building is a nice improvement to the previous décor. A large fire place and bar added looks very ice. The food was excellent, had the prime rib and... More
The food was excellent! Enjoyed salad, steak, and baked potato, and every bite was absolutely delicious! Ample portions. The bill was very inexpensive compared to DFW area. This is a bit of a hole-in-the-wall restaurant, but a hidden gem.
'Nuff said. But TripAdvisor says I need 100 characters. I was attempting to downsize my review, much as the serving size.
A new Favorite in Kingman! New location and new menu are a hit! They have moved to further off the highway on Stockton Hill Rd.
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