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Shula's Steak House Restaurant Review: Like its sister restaurant in Washington, the Tysons Corner Shulas puts beef meals front and center, with a dinner menu printed on an autographed football---Don Shula, is, after all, a famous football coach. There youll read that you can order such dishes as Kansas City strip steak, cowboy steak, and if you have the appetite, a 48-ounce porterhouse steak or a three- to five-pound lobster. Good beginnings include the barbecued shrimp or the Caesar salad, though the Shulas steak soup has its own devoted following. The creamed spinach and the hash-browned potatoes go well with any entrée, but no matter what you order, pace yourself. You dont want to skip past dessert: the crème brûlée is particularly creamy and the chocolate seven-layer cake, a chocoholics dream. Lunches tend to concentrate more on lighter fare, including sandwiches and salads, but at either meal, count on finding generally enormous portions. Though this looks like a rugged football-mans site, Shulas emphasizes white-linen service.