Finding Steak Tartare in CT
Hi everyone, I'm hoping someone can lead me in the right direction for restaurants serving steak tartare in CT.
I found a post from 2009 mentioning Craftsteak at the MGM, Brasserie Pip and Morello, but I'm looking for a few others and maybe something in New Haven or Fairfield counties. I'm not saying that I wouldn't drive an hour for a good dish, but it seems like there has to be something closer.
Thanks for your help!
55 Wine Bar & Restaurant - 55 Miller St Fairfield, CT
They serve a great Steak Tartare with parmesan crostini, truffle vinaigrette, quail egg. It is an appetizer but I order a double as an entree.
55 Wine Bar & Restaurant
55 Miller St, Fairfield, CT 06824
Michael Jordan's Steakhouse at Mohegan Sun does a very respectable tartare, and they give you the option of "standard" (for lack of a better word) or wagyu beef. If you're driving all the way out here just for steak tartare, though, Craftsteak's is better.
l'escale in greenwich or it's sister restaurant called Artisan in Southport serve it- if its not on the menu, you just have to ask
Napa & Co, also makes a good tartare
also not sure what is close to you bur Bar Bouchon in Madison CT also had an excellent tartare
I noticed STEAK TARTARE PIEDMONTESE, hazelnuts, truffle & lemon...on a menu for Bricco Trattoria in Glastonbury, putting this restaurant even closer to the top of my "gotta get there" list. Has anyone tried it here? All this tartare talk is making me hungry! MOO.
P.S. The top of their menu announces: "Now accepting reservations of all sizes"--guess everyone's grumblings about that paid off!
I've had the the steak tartare app. at Napa and Co. and the flavor was good, not great. I think my only complaint about Napa was that my toast was too dark and the meat maybe needed a couple of drops more of Worchestershire.or something. It was a little flat tasting compared to other places I've had it. I should note the meat was, obviously, very fresh but didn't have "spiciness" that I prefer with tartare.