English trifle – House of Prime Rib

English trifle - House of Prime Rib
Grand Marnier creme anglaise. $9
House of Prime Rib, San Francisco CA

This trifle was simple, light, and perfect after a large prime rib dinner! Although the House of Prime Rib is super touristy, it’s one of San Francisco’s oldest restaurants and is a mainstay. The prime rib is also delicious and the service is great. The host was a bit of a jerk, but I guess it’s easy to develop an attitude when having to deal with so many tourists during a shift.

Madeleine - House of Prime Rib
Madeleine. Complimentary

Domaine Carneros brut - House of Prime Rib
Domaine Carneros brut. Bottle $44


Prime rib – House of Prime Rib

Prime rib - House of Prime Rib
House of Prime Rib cut, mashed potatoes and gravy, creamed spinach, Yorkshire pudding. Prime rib dinner $41.85
House of Prime Rib, San Francisco CA

Mmm, this prime rib was delicious! It was tender and juicy and super flavorful. The mashed potatoes were also yummy but the gravy was a bit salty. The creamed spinach were also on the salty side, but still very tasty. I didn’t much like the Yorkshire pudding because it was dry, but maybe it was supposed to be since it was great for soaking up all the juices on the plate. Noms!

Prime rib - House of Prime Rib
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Horseradish - House of Prime Rib

House of Prime Rib