It's an old-school steakhouse that doesn't get any better than this. The servers wear white jackets and most of been there for many years. The steak and accompanying dishes are excellent. Love all the wood and old school food.
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The food here is always great, and I like the old-school atmosphere with the tuxes and attention to service. I usually get the prime rib. The cuts are big. They even have an 'extra cut' prime rib that would take me a week to digest....More
My husband had heard that this restaurant was world famous for prime rib. He was not disappointed. Service was fast (our reservations were early since we had a concert to attend). It was very old school steak house--servers, decor, etc. Drinks were divine. Even though...More
You can travel the world over and NEVER find a better place for steaks & prime rib. The staff is very experienced and professional. I have taken many guests to Kreis Restaurant over the years and have never been disappointed. It truly is our go...More
My husband and I chose this restaurant for our 20th anniversary and it was amazing. My husband had the king cut prime rib, 20 oz cut, and he wanted to lick the plate. They actually have a 40 oz. prime rib and he wished that...More
We have been here many times. The food is O K. Steak is mealy sometimes. Tonight was the worst. I made a reservation two weeks ago for 6 at 7:30. We arrived on time. At 7:45 the maitre de informed us that our table was...More
I recently visited this restaurant with two of my friends to celebrate their birthdays,was the first time I visited the establishment but want be last, the food the service and company was fantastic, it's a quaint old time restaurant that stays busy even on weekdays...More
I came to visit St. Louis with my daughter for a long weekend. Since my daughter was reminiscing on her travels to Austria, she chose Vienna Schnitzel and enjoyed it. We had a fine dining experience with a great waiter and delicious food.
Had 8 ounce filet medium rare. it was cooked perfectly and appeared to be seasoned with salt and pepper. service was great by guy named George. the building was full and busy. When walked up to front door, I noticed it had peeling paint on...More