Unlike other steakhouses in most of San Francisco, Osso doesn’t serve their steaks on a plate of grease — instead, the steak sits in its natural and seasoned juices. The steak is tender and moist — not wet and greasy nor dry and tough like other steakhouses in San Francisco: Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse and Morton’s Steakhouse, respectively.
Osso’s service is spot on — our server was knowledgeable, available, and courteous. The cost for this bone-in (Osso) 18oz filet mignon was $49; and, it was well-worth it…great quality and generous portion.
The cost for this bone-in (Osso) 18oz rib-eye was also $49; and, it was well-worth it…great quality and generous portion.
So, if you haven’t already done so, check out Osso’s Steakhouse in San Francisco, California.
Harold, thanks for dinner — it was nice catching up with you.
/s/ Alfonso Faustino