A world-class steakhouse is dining paradise for beef lovers around the world.The top tier of restaurants in any large cityincludes steakhouses which are famous for providing prime steaksand unparalleled service in a comfortable, relaxed setting.In this regard, the finest steakhouse Boise isno exception.
As the name implies, diners choose a steakhouse for its steaks and variety, preparation and flavor are paramount considerations.
Staples of any steakhouse’s menu are filet mignon, ribeye, and New York strip. These cuts are widely known and need no explanation. For many Americans, there is no more delicious meal than prime rib and some restaurants limit the offering of this dish to select days (often Friday or Sunday). Upscale restaurants are also beginning to expand their menus to include Japanese wagyu. Wagyu is viewed by many foodies as the highest-quality beef in the world. Its imported meat contains distinctive and intense marbling—intra-muscular unsaturated fat cells—which give it an incredibly tender and rich taste.Japanese wagyu has been bred with American Angus cattle and the result is American Style Kobe Beef, also a delicious item found on the menu of top steakhouses in the country.
Steaks aregenerally grilled to perfection, but can also be broiled or pan-fried. Connoisseurs, however, will report that the latter two are sure-fire ways to ruin a great piece of meat. Fine steakhouses will top dishes with house-made sauces including Béarnaise, Argentinean chimichurri and cognac peppercorn, though many steak-lovers prefer the unadulterated flavor of a delicious cut of beef.
Rare, medium-rare, medium, medium-well and well-done are common gradations used to differentiate the doneness of a cooked steak. Each is based on color, juiciness and, most importantly, internal temperature. As one would expect, steaks have distinct levels of tenderness and flavor differences at each stage of doneness. Everyone has a preference and opinion on which is best but it is almost universally agreed that no steak should ever be cooked well-done.
Though there is no shortage of downtown Boise restaurants, it is undisputed that Chandlers is Boise’s top steakhouse. Chandlers is the perennial winner for Best Local Steakhouse and Best Local Fine Dining in both Best of Boise and Best of Treasure Valley award competitions. Chandlers is recognized across Idaho and the Pacific Northwest for its USDA-prime steaks, jet-fresh seafood, impeccable service and warm, welcoming ambiance. In 2017, Chandlers was awarded Wine Spectator’s Best of Award of Excellence for a record-breaking fifth consecutive year. For the finest steaks and seafood Boise has to offer, Chandlers is guaranteed to deliver.
Chandlers is Boise’s most popular and awarded steakhouse. In addition tothe Treasure Valley’s most delicious prime steaks, Chandlers brings the freshest seafood, most extensive wine menu and nightly live jazz entertainment.
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