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Cameron's Steak House Restaurant Review: In the heart of sophisticated Birmingham, Cameron’s satisfies the urge to chow down on corn-fed, hand-selected and cut-to-spec aged Prime beef. However, there are options for the fish-lover as well, from sesame-crusted tuna to grilled salmon, flown in fresh daily. But beef is the star here. Start, perhaps, with a Maryland crab cake or a cup of chunky lobster bisque before moving on to the 18-ounce Kansas City strip or one of the restaurant’s specialty steaks (think pepper-crusted New York strip au poivre, covered in a creamy peppercorn sauce). Vegetables are à la carte. Those keeping an eye on their tab may try Cameron's signature three-course $39.95 steak dinner, which includes soup or salad, an entrée and dessert. The wine list includes an extensive selection by the glass and an even larger line-up of reds, whites and sparkling varieties from the world over in a range of price points. There are enough cocktails and beers to keep everyone happy, too.