The Steak House on the Verandah

Thursday, December 14, 2017

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Recently opened at the historic Devon House, the home of gastronomy in Jamaica, The Steak House on the Verandah is sure to please the palate with its wide variety of epicurean delights.

Everyone knows a good steak begins with the careful selection of a well-prepared, properly butchered and skilfully aged cut of beef.

At The Steak House on the Verandah, the “star of the show” is their premium grass-fed, hormone free steaks that are grilled to perfection by a top-notch executive Chef.

Tender, juicy dry aged Rib Eye, New York and Bone In Fillet Mignon are only a few of the delicious menu items to choose from on their vast menu. All dishes are beautifully presented aiming to tantalize all the senses.

In addition to the savoury beef selections, The Steak House also offers perfectly prepared chicken, pork, lamb and seafood dishes as well vegetarian options which will never disappoint.

The fully stocked bar features a wide array of wine and premium liquor, all hand selected to compliment and enhance the dining experience. A must try, is the signature drink “D” Steakhouse Martini, both creative and delicious.

Amazing service, mouth-watering cuisine and an extraordinary atmosphere all combine to make a sensational culinary memory, not one soon forgotten.

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