At first I wanted to have a steak, once I read all the other reviews, I decided on the mutton chop. Keens Steakhouse: Great mutton chop - See 6,628 traveller reviews, 2,361 candid photos, and great deals for New York City, NY, at Tripadvisor. Our Legendary Mutton Chop at Keens Steakhouse "Been wanting to try their mutton chop for years. - See 6,628 traveler reviews, 2,361 candid photos, and great deals for New York City, NY, at Tripadvisor. Keens Steakhouse: Mutton Chop - See 6,629 traveler reviews, 2,361 candid photos, and great deals for New York City, NY, at Tripadvisor. - See 6,626 traveller reviews, 2,352 candid photos, and great deals for New York City, NY, at Tripadvisor. Keens Steakhouse: First ever mutton chop,, - See 6,627 traveler reviews, 2,361 candid photos, and great deals for New York City, NY, at Tripadvisor. Keens Steakhouse: Mutton Chop! Welcome to The Hot Dish, a behind the scenes look at the making of the dishes of the moment. Been to Keen's before so when in NYC I have to visit to order the world-renowned Mutton chop. The chops are cut from whole loins that are pastured in Colorado. So very happy I did as I have never tasted deliciousness like this before. This review is the subjective opinion of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC. Also it was not romantic especially for the price (which was expensive) more the fact that the person sitting at the table next to you was a lot closer than the person you're dining with. Keens Steakhouse: mutton chop was a drop - See 6,628 traveler reviews, 2,361 candid photos, and great deals for New York City, NY, at Tripadvisor. In fact, I do not even ever recall seeing a mutton chop on the menu. Pro's: Great Mutton Chop - never had one before but had heard and read good things about it so we went with three people and ordered 1 Mutton Chop and a Porterhouse for 2 and shared. It might not even be mutton at all, but lamb. Seared in a 1000° broiler and brought to temperature in a 500° oven — the au jus that is ladled on top is far more laborious to produce. I came very hungry and was able to have a piece of my wife’s prime rib. Some things to consider: Modern lamb, like modern chicken and beef, grows much faster and much bigger than at any other time in history. Keens Steakhouse, a classic New York chophouse, was already famous for its steaks and chops at the turn of the century. - See 6,626 traveler reviews, 2,352 candid photos, and great deals for New York City, NY, at Tripadvisor. Rodgers is able to get three chops per loin, the left-over scraps are used to make the au jus that is served atop. On the wall you will find pipes belonging to Babe Ruth, Theodore Roosevelt, Michael Jackson, Micky Mantle, some well known Senators and many other interesting individuals. Keens Steakhouse: Mutton chop! You will need reservations. It's below street level and has a really old New York City charm to it. — The Meat Show - … All the meat at Keens is butchered in house and stored in the restaurant's cavernous dry aging room. Zoom in to see updated info. Thus the size of a lamb loin in a year old animal today would have been difficult to achieve consistantly at a prior point in history. Beware the mutton chop. Place is more rustic decor, a bit different than I expected but a good meal! The Mutton Chop at Keens, a Steakhouse Classic from Another Era. The porterhouse “for two” can and should be shared by four, but Keens’ Mona Lisa is the mutton chop. This is the version of our website addressed to speakers of English in the United States. The atmosphere, dining rooms, the service was elegant. Keens Steakhouse: Traditional Steakhouse, Fantastic Mutton Chop - See 6,626 traveller reviews, 2,352 candid photos, and great deals for New York City, NY, at Tripadvisor. Accompanied by delicious french fries, mashed potatoes, creamed spinach, asparagus, and a Justin (Paso Robles) Cab, I was in heaven. Keens Steakhouse: Mutton Chop - See 6,628 traveler reviews, 2,361 candid photos, and great deals for New York City, NY, at Tripadvisor. One of the best prime ribs, if not the best, I have ever tasted. Take a look through the slideshow above to see how chef Rodgers brings this NYC classic to the table.