Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Jack Binion's Steakhouse (Horseshoe Casino, Hammond, Indiana)

If you happen to be stuck at the Horseshoe in Hammond Indiana, this is the best restaurant to go to. Since I was so close to New England, I had to get lobster bisque. This is one of my favorite soups. Theirs was about a 7 out of 10 on my lobster bisque scale (based on the bell curve so may vary compared to your tastes buds). I couldn't decide on steak so I got the signature steak tasting plate. It included Nebraska USDA Prime Grade Spinalis (its the top part of a pot roast and looks like skirt steak), American Wagyu "Eye" of Rib and Japanese "A-5" "Eye" of Rib (A-5 from what I've learned is the highest grade of Kobe beef). The American wagyu was my favorite. I always get my steak cooked medium well so it always comes burnt (the burnt parts are really unhealthy for you, like cancer causing unhealthy). So after I cut off all the black part there wasn't too much steak left. All the desserts were standard so I didn't get any. It was an alright dinner.

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