Mile High Steak House - Glen Mills
Can anyone provide information on this restaurant?
I considered trying Mile High recently when I saw I could buy a $25 dining certificate for $2 on Restaurant.com. But then I looked at their menu online and I thought, "No way!" Even with $23 off, the prices were outrageous. Glen Mills is not Philadelphia or New York City, where you'd expect prices to be high. $39 for a strip steak? $38 for a veal chop? Not for me, thank you.
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Went a while back. Not bad. Atmosphere inside is much nicer than one would expect from the outside. Service and food very good. Worth it with the coupon.
We went last night to celebrate my birthday. Yes. the prices are a bit steep, but the food was Excellent and the drinks seemed to have a good pour..including the glass of wine we each had.
What really caught my eye was the line-up of appetizers. My wife had oysters. They came with 3 different sauces. I had a special.a lobster "trio" A lobster revioli that was tender and flavorful, a tempura lobster tail with a ginger sauce and a broiled tail with a lemony sauce. Outstanding.
The Sirloin steak and Rib-eyes were cooked to perfection and very tasty with a more than ample portion.
Dessert was a beignet covered in a sauce with some fruit added. We shared it.
The amibience was great for a cold winter night. I'd go back again, but most likely sit in the bar area and nibble on some of their other appetizers
To be honest..........I find the ambience in RC, etc a bit pretentious. This was a little more low-key...and you get green beans and a baked potato with your order. There are other sides if you want them. The selection of meat is less than those places, but they age them for 21 days and take pains to cook them the way you desire. The waitress actually waited until we cut into them toi make sure they were to our liking. Prices are probably 20-30% less than RC and Mortons.although I have not been in one of the latter in about 5 years