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Royal 35 Steakhouse Welcomes a New All-Star Chef

May 12, 2017 - by Chelsey Grasso
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Wanting to experience the classic steakhouse experience in the world’s greatest city? Head over to Royal 35 Steakhouse, where esteemed chef Ted Pryor has taken the reigns as Executive Chef. From porterhouses to grilled Chilean sea bass, you'll find a memorable experience at this elegant New York establishment.

Meet the Chef

Chef Ted Pryor is the latest addition to the Royal 35 team, heading the kitchen and serving as the restaurant’s new Executive Chef. Having worked at critically acclaimed restaurants, including La Goulue, the Les Halles Restaurant of Anthony Bourdain, Michael Jordan Steakhouse N.Y.C., and The Sea Fire Grill, Pryor is one of the best in the business. His expertise has even been aired on national television, with Pryor having made appearances on The Today Show with Al Roker, FOX Good Day New York, Entertainment Tonight with Marian Menounos, CBS This Morning, and Arise Entertainment 360. If you want a perfectly cooked steak, then Pryor is the guy you want manning the grill.

The Menu

Royal 35 Steakhouse is first and foremost, well, a steakhouse! Porterhouse Steak for Two, Three, or Four; Prime New York Strip Steak; Prime Bone-In Ribeye; Rack of Lamb; Filet Mignon; Veal Chop; and Petite Filet are all available on the Steaks & Chops menu. The meat is U.S.D.A. Prime, and it has been dry aged in Royal 35’s own aging box, helping it to later take on the perfect flavors during the grilling process.

If steak isn’t your cup of tea, so to speak, then Royal 35’s Seafood menu will not let you down. Grilled Chilean Sea Bass, Grilled Norwegian Salmon Filet, Surf & Turf, Twin Lobster Tails, and Live Maine Lobster can be found on the dinner menu, along with the Royal 35 Seafood Tower, which consists of jumbo shrimp, oysters, tuna tartare, Maine lobster, and clams on the half shell.

 

As for appetizers, the selection is bountiful, with favorites such as the Royal 35 Crab Cake, Bake Clams, Sizzling Canadian Bacon, and Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail each offering up a great way to start any meal. Soups and Salads also hold their own, including French Onion Soup, Royal 35 Salad, and Beefsteak Tomato & Buffalo Mozzarella Salad. 

The Décor

Royal 35 seats 130, making it an accommodating yet intimate space for those looking to experience the classic New York City steakhouse experience. Impressively high ceilings add to the restaurant’s grandeur, and the mahogany wood walls add to the overall aesthetic, meshing perfectly with the dark leather booths to create an inviting dining area for patrons. You’ll also find an oak wood bar behind the grand wooden door entrance. As if all this wasn’t enough, Royal 35 takes the design a step further, showcasing the impressively large glass meat locker.

Hours

Monday – Friday: 11:30am – 11pm

Saturday: 4pm – 11pm

Sunday: 5pm – 10pm

1 E. 35th St., 212-804-7276, royal35steakhouse.com

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