Ruth’s Chris Steak House is an upscale fine dine in restaurants chain that offers luxury steak menu in over 130 locations across United States, Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Aruba, Hong Kong, Japan, Taiwan, Singapore, China, Indonesia, and United Arab Emirates. It is considered as the largest luxury steak company in terms of number of locations, operating income, and overall profit.
Below are the latest Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse menu prices.
|Barbecued Shrimp (Appetizer)||$17.00|
|Mushrooms Stuffed with Crabmeat||$15.00|
|Crispy Lobster Tail||$21.50|
|Chilled Seafood Tower (Small)||$59.00|
|Chilled Seafood Tower (Large)||$118.00|
|Sizzling Blue Crab Cakes (Appetizer)||$19.00|
|Veal Osso Buco Ravioli||$15.00|
Salads & Soups
All of our dressings are made fresh, using our exclusive recipes. Choose from: Bleu Cheese, Balsamic Vinaigrette, Creamy Lemon Basil, Ranch, Thousand Island, Remoulade, and Vinaigrette.
|Fresh Mozzarella & Heirloom Tomato Salad||$12.00|
|Ruth's Chop Salad||$10.50|
|Steak House Salad||$9.00|
|Soup of the Day||$9.50|
Signature Steaks & Chops
About Your Steak: Ruth's Chris specializes in the finest custom-aged Midwestern beef. We broil it exactly the way you like it at 1800 degrees to lock in the corn-fed flavor. Then we serve your steak sizzling on a heated plate so that it stays hot throughout your meal. Our steaks are served sizzling in butter – specify extra butter or none.
|New York Strip||$47.00|
|Porterhouse for Two||$91.00|
|Tournedos and Shrimp||$47.00|
|Bone-In New York Strip||$60.00|
|Ruth's Dipping Trio||$7.00|
|Bleu Cheese Crust||$5.00|
Seafood & Specialties
|Stuffed Chicken Breast||$29.00|
|Chilean Sea Bass||$41.00|
|Shrimp & Grits||$31.00|
|Fresh Lobster (Market Price)||$0.00|
Potatoes & Signature Sides
|Lyonnaise Fingerling Potatoes||$10.00|
|Sweet Potato Casserole||$10.50|
|Lobster Mac & Cheese||$19.00|
|Fresh Baby Spinach||$9.50|
|Roasted Brussels Sprouts||$12.00|
|French Fried Onion Rings||$10.00|
The original Chris Steak House was founded in 1927 by Chris Matulich in New Orleans. It was just a small restaurant and the place didn’t have parking space. Matulich managed the steakhouse for 38 years and during his management it was sold 6 times. In 1965, Ruth Fertel, a single mother struggling to raise her teenage sons purchased the steakhouse from Matulich, hence the name Ruth’s Chris Steak House. According to Fertel the real foundation of its success is her family recipes. Fertel was really hand-on in her business; she would do the shopping and butchering herself. Being a single mother herself, she believed that single mothers are hardworking and realible, and for many years, her restaurant was staffed by all female crew. In 2002, Fertel died of lung cancer and Ruth’s Chris was sold to Madison Dearborn Partners. Today, more than 50 years after it was established, Ruth’s Chris is still thriving and expanding worldwide.
What They’re Famous For?
Ruth’s Chris serves USDA prime steaks in their signature manner: perfectly seared at 982°C and served on ceramic plate heated at 260°C. Here are Ruth’s Chris steak selections:
- Fillet – most tender cut of corn-fed Midwestern beef
- Petite Fillet – a little smaller but as tender as fillet
- Ribeye – considered as the best USDA cut characterized by its juiciness
- Cowboy Ribeye – bone-in version of ribeye
- T-bone – a beef cut characterized by it fuller flavor
- New York Strip – slightly firmer than ribeye with full-bodied texture
- Porterhouse – characterized by rich flavor and tenderness
For those who don’t favor steaks, it also offers a specialty entrées such as Lamb Chops, Fresh Lobster, and Market Fresh Seafood Selection.
Why Eat at Ruth’s Chris Steak House?
If you are looking for an upscale lavish fine dining restaurant that serves only the best USDA prime steaks in a superb environment by professional hospitality staff at a reasonable cost, then you might not find a better place than Ruth’s Chris Steak House. Ruth’s Chris Steak House prices are actually less costly than other steakhouses.
To learn more about Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse or to find a location near you, visit their website at www.ruthschris.com.