Keens steakhouse food critique

Hello world and welcome to my inaugural food critique column. Today I will be reviewing:
Keens Steakhouse
72 W. 36th St.
New York NY
Food Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
I appreciated the atmosphere of this steakhouse upon arrival, it has been previously described to me as an “old boys club”. I started with the Maryland lump crab cake appetizer. This tempting dish was prepared with just enough spices as not to overwhelm the pallet but definitely was an adequate accompaniment to the luscious crabmeat. For my entre, I ordered (of course) the prime filet mignon with a savory mushroom sauce. The texture of the filet was smooth and I easily cut into it with my knife. The sauce which was served with the steak had the flavor of a fine white wine and flavorful mushrooms. In addition, the steak, which I order red medium well done, had a very nice taste which reflects the cooking time as well as the quality of the cut. As a side dishe I enjoyed crispy hash browns which were fresh and delicious. I give Keens Steakhouse a rating of 4 stars because I truly feel that it provided me with an excellent experience. I have been to several steak house establishments and I feel that Keens measures up to some of them, however I have enjoyed slightly better food in other restaurants. That being said, I encourage all of you to try it for yourself and express your opinion in the comments section!
Dan

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