Is Mutton Chop The Most Underrated Steakhouse Order? | The Meat Show

 

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Keens is one of NYC’s oldest and most storied steakhouses. In this week’s episode of The Meat Show, host Nick Solares delves into the mutton chop, the restaurant’s signature dish, and one that represents a throw-back to a bygone era. “As far back as we have menus,” says executive chef Bill Rodgers of the 132-year-old restaurant, “Keens has served mutton.” The restaurant now serves 500 orders of mutton per week (that’s an average of 71 per day).
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