Dierdorf & Hart's Steakhouse
323 W Port Plz, Saint Louis, MO 63146
(314) 878-1801Add Hours
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It was my wife and I first time at the establishment and we came for the steaks. Overall atmosphere was cozy & personal, very good on table spacing. Our server Steve B. was great(ask for him), he paid attention to detail and was prompt without being overbearing. The wife had the "dry-aged" strip while I had the classic 16oz strip. We requested both medium-well but got them medium-rare and had to send them back. They did get it right the 2nd time around for me but my wife's was still slightly on the rare side. We will go back though.
01/02/2012Provided by Citysearch -
We have been to this so-called Cooking Show restaurant since 2007! It was wonderful then.....This place is going downhill....Waitresses are not friendly...You will GET CHARGE($6) for getting appetizer or side orders only! The chef made the food very salty in order to make the lava from the volcano show!
The waitress was even so greedy as expecting $10 tips out of $9.36 bill after we requested the split checks!
Not going back anymore. Will go for different ones, like
Shogun or Hibachi in the future. The owner will just wasted your time and phone minutes by arguing with you! Horrible Restaurant with high prices for the nasty foods :-(
02/03/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I recently visited Diedorf & Hart's for a dinner meal. I had a 12oz. Boneless Strip Steak, D & H chips, and 10 oz. of sauteed portabello mushrooms as a starter. These three items totaled over $50. This was an outrageous price, but I figured hey, let's give it a shot. So I ordered my strip steak well done. Well, it came back dark on the outside and pink on the inside. I'm talking conversation heart pink. Not what I would call well done. And the steak was tough, and not at all tender. It also had no flavor to speak of. Granted, maybe I just picked a steak that was not for me, but still, well done should be well done. The D & H chips and the mushrooms were good, but not fantastic. Overall, the food wasn't terrible, it just wasn't worth the $50 price tag. Had the meal only cost me around $20 - $25, it would have been acceptable.
The atmosphere is very nice. It is a very upscale and classy place.
But I would avoid this restaurant unless you have a lot of money to burn on just slightly above average food. It is a good place to take a date if you're trying to impress someone. But the only thing impressive is the price and the atmosphere. The food is just alright.
03/08/2006Provided by Citysearch -
What a decline. The last two outings, I have been incredibly disappointed. Once at Westport and one downtown. The strips have been awful. I don't expect to get connective tissue running through steaks at this level. I've had better home-grilled steaks using Costco strips. Had I not been with a group the second time, I would have made an issue of it.
08/24/2003Provided by Citysearch -
A true step back in time to a classical rendition of the comfortable steakhouses of the past. Melt in your mouth tender filet's of beef along side huge piles of roasted garlic mashed potatoes. The creamed spinach was incredibly rich and their cajun shrimp was perfect with a pilsner of beer in a 20-oz. football flute. My wife & I love to cozy up to each other in their ohhso comfortable booths. Service is usually impecable and they make you feel so welcome. The price is a little high but what do you expect for aged beef these days. A true masterpiece.
06/10/2002Provided by Citysearch -
Very disappointing once again. I have dined at Dierdorf's with a small group (2) and large group (10). Still have to wait, even if you already made reservations. Their menu is small and limited. They are pricy and not worth the food. The steak and lobster have always been good - but you can get those menu items elsewhere. The service is good as well. I will not be back.