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Del Frisco’s Prime Steak & Lobster Restaurant Review: On busy Lee Road next to gas stations and fast-food joints, step inside and leave behind the frenzy in this local offshoot of the popular Dallas eatery. Classic steakhouse décor includes dark wood, intimate booths and an amazing collection of malt Scotches lined up behind the expansive bar. The basic menu never changes. When you head to Del Frisco's you're going for the Prime beef, cut to order, like the Prime porterhouse steak, a hefty 24 ounces, cooked simply in butter and served sizzling hot. And they're proud to point out that you don't get a steak knife because the meat is so tender. Lobster tail is a decadent addition to any steak. All of the breads, dressing and desserts are made from scratch. You can pair your entrée with fresh asparagus, baked broccoli au gratin or mashed potatoes with secret seasonings. And if you dare, order the bread pudding served with Jack Daniel's butter sauce. A bottle of Del Frisco's bold Cabernet Sauvignon goes nicely with just about any entrée, or choose from one of the 6,500 selections from around the globe.