Saturday, March 01, 2008
Prime Rib from Morton's Singapore
I'd never ordered the prime rib from Morton's before, mainly because they do such a great job of grilling instead. But a colleague of mine had mentioned a while back that they do a great job of prime rib too, and that it was worth making the extra effort to call ahead to put your name on one, as quantities are limited. Tonight, I was in the mood for something lighter, so prime rib sounded appropriate...and I was fortunate enough to be able to get my hands on the very last cut for the day.
They definitely did provide a beautifully thick piece. And it tasted fine, especially the fat-lined seasoned edges of the meat. But I still prefer the moistness of Lawry's. In many ways, that was pretty much what I had expected too. I'll continue to stick to Lawry's for roasting but Morton's for grilling.
Digested at 9:38 PM
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