I’m a real hearty meal kind of girl, especially when it comes to steak. I love steak and like most people, we are constantly looking for the best steak out there. The search is filled with endless possibilities of finding the best steak in town.
For my graduation dinner, my family and I dined in one of my ultimate fav steak houses in Port Melbourne. This place is pretty hidden from the general public and a little isolated. So how we discovered this place was through a friend who was told by another friend and so on and so forth. So it’s quite a trending place by word of mouth. To be honest, I don’t really care about the environment but if the steak is good, you know I’ll be there with a fork in one hand and a knife in another with a bib around my neck!
I love coming to a place where the steak is as good as the side dishes and appetizers. We had the onion rings and garlic prawns.
What I enjoyed most about any steak house is the quality of steak (of course) and it’s pretty much common sense, you get what you paid for. The more expensive it is, the higher in grade it will be. I had the porterhouse – Robbins Island pasture fed wagyu marble score of 6-9 in 250 grams and of course in medium rare, with a side of homemade thick cut chips and garlic and black truffle sauce (this is the best sauce for steak ever and if you ever dine here, ordering this is a MUST!)
Rump – Robbins Island pasture fed wagyu marble score of 4-6 in 350 grams with a side of mash and truffle sauce.
We were all stuffed by the end of the night, but we can’t leave without a little dessert to seal the deal of a great meal. We had the chocolate mess with fruits and panna cotta with rhubarb and honey comb ice cream.
This would have been my third timing coming to this joint in the last 6 months. I would love to discover more hidden steak gems like these but if I can’t, it’s all good because watch out 2017, I’m coming back for more!
Railway Club Hotel
107 Raglan St,
Port Melbourne, VIC, 3207.