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Strip House

Strip House
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Strip House, which replaced one of New York’s stalest restaurants (Asti, home of the singing waiters) a decade ago now tastes a bit stale itself. The bordello décor is no longer a novelty, and new executive chef John Schenk turns out food that too often misfires. Appetizers such as garlic bread sticks over a thin Gorgonzola cream sauce that tries to pass itself off as fondue, and over-caramelized scallops in a gruel-like corn-and-soybean chowder. Schenk delivers his red meat spicy: even ordered unadorned, the sirloin, available at 16 ounces or with the bone at 20 ounces, seems au poivre; a veal T-bone, meanwhile, tastes acutely a heavily salted fried egg. Strip House, it seems, still has the beef, but it’s lost some of the intangibles that kept it among the city’s better steak palaces.
Venue name: Strip House
Address: 13 E 12th St
New York
10003
Cross street: between Fifth Ave and University Pl
Venue phone: 212-328-0000
Website: http://www.striphouse.com
Opening hours: Mon–Sat 5–11:30pm; Sun 5–10:30pm
Transport: Subway: L, N, Q, R, 4, 5, 6 to 14th St–Union Sq
Price: Average main course: $38. AmEx, MC, V
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