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This Dallas-based chain is an upscale, beautifully appointed steakhouse and a nice addition to the downtown dining scene. Along with aged USDA prime meat in all the traditional cuts, III Forks serves seafood such as salmon and sea bass. The wine list is not only extensive but contains many labels not found elsewhere. As in most steakhouses, all the sides are served à la carte. The lobster bisque makes a great starter, followed by the bone-in rib eye, which has a lot of flavor.
With this week's news that meat magnates Ronnie Killen of Killen's Steakhouse and Ricky Craig of Hubcap Grill are teaming up to create a mega-steakhouse, Wonder Twins-style, it seems as good a time as... More »
A friend and I just ate here recently and were ready for an impressing steak! We sat in the main dining area and had a great view of the wines. We participated in the Houston Restaurant Week two course lunch. The salad was spectacular, greens with sliced granny smith apples and candied pecans with crumbled bleu cheese topped with a walnut molasses dressing. Things turned sour from there though...We both ordered our steaks medium-rare and mine was served rare (as in still cold and chewy in the middle) and my friend's steak was cooked medium-well. We bothed asked each other at the same time if our steak tasted sour or you know that taste of previously frozen then left out for a few days and then you decided to finally cook it taste... I have a feeling that the restaurant reserved the lowest quality steak for the Houston Restaurant Week menu... which was very disappointing... we were done after two bites... on top of it all, they didn't have the wine that we ordered, which was shocking with such a huge array of wines we were staring at. We asked our barely legal waiter to comp us the bartenders' choice in replacement but saw when we got our bill he charged us a few more dollars more for the wine we technically didn't want... Needless to say, it was a disappointment, and with such a great opportunity participating in the Houston Restaurant Week, and bring in a whole untapped eaters, they decided to 'chinch out' and serve us bad meat...I'll go to Vic & Anthony's next time...
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