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Sullivan's Steakhouse Restaurant Review: This seemingly old-fashioned steakhouse resembles the joints of 1940’s Chicago or Miami. It is the upscale brainchild of the Lone Star chain. Named for the boxing champion of the nineteenth century, John L. Sullivan, the restaurant is decorated with sports photos and memorabilia. All entrées include a crisp wedge of iceberg lettuce with blue cheese dressing. Side orders of vegetables, particularly the hashed browns, are good. As you'd expect, the chilled martinis are satisfying. The $18.50 business lunch (soup or salad, plus filet mignon sliders, strip steak, crab cake po’ boy or salmon, with sides) gives expense account budgets a break. Cap off a trip to the King of Prussia Mall with dinner, or make Sullivan's a destination in and of itself.