So last night I made my way though the Long Island weather to Majors Steakhouse in East Meadow. The popular steak house was not pakced at all but that was due to the April Nor Easter. Other people i know that have eaten there tell me the place is always full and for good reason. The Steak is right on the money.
Upon sitting down in the restaurant I was served a bowl of complimentary assorted pickles. A nice change to the usually free Cheesy biscuits or Tortilla chips. In the pickled selection there was also a pickled red pepper of some sort that looked kind of like a tomato. It was both sweet and spicy and kept my lips smacking with heat while I waited for the main course.
About 10 minutes into my wait for the main course I was presented with the goods. I had ordered the Majors Steak which was a 24 oz Rib Eye loaded with beef. At a little more than an inch thick and seared to perfection my mouth was watering. I had a few bites and realized this was just Rib Eye heaven. The steak was not seasoned heavily. The steak was cooked to allow the true flavor of the cut and meat come through. After a few bites I was reaching for the steak sauce out of curiosity. How much better could this get? Well.. Alot. Major’s Signature Steak Sauce is sweet, tangy and delivers a nice little bit courtesy of the Horseradish on the ingredient’s list. It also taste like it would be pretty mean with shrimp too… The steak was served with your choice of potatoe. I went with the fries. They were okay but next time i would probbly try the mashed Potatoes.
Over all it was a great place. A steak and a glass of wine could set you back about $30 to $40 per person. With all that steak it would have been nice for them to toss in a free garden salad or vegetable with the meal. They do offer them as additional items at about $3 to $4 each. The over all look of Majors Steak House was simple, sports meets western. Autographed New York Jets Footballs and other sports memoriblia are showcased with pictures of cowboys and cows. I like meat alot but sitting there eating a 24 oz Rib Eye steak with pictures of Cows looking at me did make me feel kind of bad. Sure was good though.
Next time i’m going for the Porter House and mashed Potatoes.
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284 East Meadow Ave, NY 11554
8289 Jericho Turnpike
Woodbury, NY 11797