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Strip House at PH or Ramsay Steak at Paris

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by pfunk, Apr 21, 2017.

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  1. pfunk

    pfunk Low-Roller

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    Title says it all. Trying to decide between the two.
     
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  3. Kobra2848

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    I have been to both and either would be a great choice. Ramsey Steak is noisy and the tables are close together. I did enjoy the bone-in ribeye from Strip House better.

    Mark
     
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    Ramsey. The StripHouse was OK, but I thought that the staff thought "too much" of themselves. Ate at Ramsey the following night and it was very good, and I went back on a subsequent trip and once again, it was good.
     
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    Ramsey.
     
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    cant wait to try both
     
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    Like Striphouse, but really enjoyed Ramsay's.
     
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  8. pfunk

    pfunk Low-Roller

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    Thanks, consensus seems to be Ramsay
     
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    I am the contrarian here. My wife and I love Strip House, great pepper crusted bone in prime rib eye and the sides are great and huge. Shell loves the filet but really it is the 24 layer chocolate cake that is her favorite. Eaten at each 2x, both are great, and will be celebrating my 60th at Strip House..............................Rick.
     
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    The comment about the staff being "..too much of themselves" is pretty accurate. But, I found this to be the case at GR Steak as well. In fact, looking back, there is this sort of attitude that is the rule rather than the exception at a lot of better restaurants in Vegas. These servers must feel that being pompous and snooty separates them somehow from their guests. In fact, there are few times where you leave a restaurant and remember the "good" service as much as the food experience. I don't need to be impressed by how interesting or socially superior my server is. I just need prompt, helpful delivery of my meal after having my order taken in a friendly but professional manner. I appreciate humor and sincere interest in my satisfaction, but don't act as though you are somehow doing me a favor by taking my order. Occasionally, the server who takes the order isn't the person who delivers the meal. In that case, the interaction with the original person is even more un-called for since they probably get the majority of the tip and don't provide "full" service. Enough of my rant...bon appetite!
     
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    That is weird we have had just the opposite thoughts at both restaurants. Our servers, especially at Strip House have been very polite nice interaction and professional. Both times at S.H. they were busy but still had time to make good recommendation kid about the cake etc. You might have just caught a bad day for someone. Will be back there this summer and if anything is different will post.....Rick
     
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