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We still hand-cut every steak when you place your order tableside. It’s not the easiest way, but quality never is. This allows us to make sure that every steak that leaves our kitchen is consistently succulent and flavorful.
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Our events calendar caters to all tastes and preferences, with exclusive wine tastings and bespoke culinary experiences crafted by our renowned chefs and expert mixologists. We’re committed to providing an unforgettable dining experience that captivates our guests, constantly evolving and adding new events to ensure the utmost refinement and sophistication. Come experience the exceptional elegance that makes us a premier destination for fine dining.
- GGnmadisonvilleSan Francisco Bay Area •11 reviews5.0Dined 1 day agoWonderful experience. Best place on the North Shore. Best scallops I have had in years. The marrow butter is amazing and compliments the foi gras truffle butter, each great, both together sublime.More infoTchefuncte'sPrice: Expensive• Steakhouse• Madisonville•4.7
- SWScotWNew Orleans / Louisiana •2 reviews5.0Dined 3 days agoAll four of us had fantastic steaks; they cut like butter and tasted like heaven. The Filet Tchefuncte came with crab, crawfish and shrimp crepes that were outstanding. Our waitress, Maci, was very attentive, polite and friendly. We enjoyed 2 bottles of wine and had cream Brulé, chocolate gelato and bread pudding for dessert. It was a perfect birthday dinner!More infoKeith Young's SteakhousePrice: Expensive• Steakhouse• Madisonville•4.9
- LRLarryoftheRoundtableNew Orleans / Louisiana •6 reviews4.0Dined 3 days agoLunch was an excellent value. Prices are reasonable; yet there is no compromise on food quality and quantity.More infoPat Gallagher's 527 Restaurant & BarPrice: Moderate• American• Mandeville•4.9
- OTOpenTable DinerNew Orleans / Louisiana •2 reviews5.0Dined 6 days agoBeautiful place and the food was delicious. Get the red fish!!!More infoBoulevard American Bistro CovingtonPrice: Expensive• American• Covington•4.4
- OTOpenTable DinerNew Orleans / Louisiana •1 review5.0Dined 7 days agoAbsolutely an awesome dining experience. Even better was or waitress, Monica,,,,, she was the best and kept up with is for drinks and extras. Thanks to all and a big shout to Mr. Joe for the amazing pasta. “I’ll be back”,,,,,😂❤️🙏🥂More infoImpastato CellarsPrice: Moderate• Italian• Madisonville•4.6
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The most romantic restaurant in Madisonville is Keith Young's Steakhouse