In the heart of Wall Street, in the crowded Broad St, 'catwalk' of tailor made suits and fine fabrics, you will find Reserve Cut, a modern and very elegant steakhouse.
The restaurant sits on the second floor of the Setai Hotel in a low lighting dining room accessible after a beautiful wine bottles hall.
The steakhouse is kosher, meaning that the animals are slaughtered by a skilled shochet, properly cleaned to remove any trace of blood and using kosher utensils.
From a flavor perspective, I find the meat having a stronger and more peculiar taste.
For this reason, to enjoy the meat - apart from the steaks - I would suggest to try their burger as well.
The Reserve Cut has an aged, ground prime filet patty, served with beef fat mayonnaise, sun-dried tomato pesto in a brioche bun. Very simple but very honest and straight in taste...
Perfect for people who are mainly looking at the meat when choosing their burger place!