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Randy's Steakhouse

7026 Main St. (N. Fifth St.) Send to Phone
972-335-3066 | Make Restaurant Reservations | Menu
Charming steakhouse set in a restored mid-1800’s Victorian house in the middle of modern Frisco.
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Randy's Steakhouse Restaurant Review

: It’s impossible not to like Randy’s, from the minute you step into this restored 1869 Victorian, built during the cattle drives. You can take a seat in one of the comfortable, quaintly decorated rooms or settle in at one of the tables arranged around the softly lit pool. Randy’s mom and pop work the front of the house and Randy---chef, owner, and meat-cutter---makes the rounds several times a night. If you’re a regular, in between courses, he might pull up a chair, buy you a round of drinks, and catch up on the news. But you don’t want to distract him too much, because you’ll want him in the kitchen carving juicy prime steaks and making sure that they’re perfectly cooked. The steaks, chunky blue cheese salad dressing, and the good ice cream are prime reasons to visit, but we wish the quality of the side dishes matched that of the meat.

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Poor Quality of Food and Service
by Viperacetx on Sun Aug 19, 2012 8:01 am
 
The food preparation - primarily steaks (lack of moisture and the inability to accommodate my guests requests) - was a complete embarrassment to myself as a host to my out of town guests. From the unacceptable wait time, to the "food" service - really Randy???? Was the chef blind folded and handcuffed? From the inability to keep fresh ice cubes in glasses, the inability to prepare steaks/seafood in accordance to my guest's request, refusal to butterfly a steak. really? By the way your knives need to be sharpened or your staff lacks the technical skills in chopping a salad - not surprisingly. The Wedge salad came out with knife marks down the lettuce; also the Wedge was prepared with very low quality lettuce. Definite training is a must, continuing education.
 
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