We recently visited the Red Heifer Steakhouse because it changed "hechsher and it now serves Rav Rubin meats. The restaurant is in a central location near Ben Yehuda and there is a paid parking lot next to the place. It is in an old Jerusalem House, looks like from the late 1800's and that was neat.
Our meal started out with garlic bread and fresh chummous. I thought the garlic bread was a bit too greasy for me and the chummous a bit too dry.
All our dining guests loved their steaks, said they were better than other steak houses in the city.
I had a burger and it came with one side. Much to my surprise they said they made homemade onion rings. Those are hard to come by anywhere. They were crispy and seasoned well. I loved them. The burger was a half pound and quite juicy.
The place is a bit pricey but you can download a ten percent off coupon on ELuna and that helps. They have no business lunch.
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