A classic resort, Fontainebleau has brought back timeless memories and traditions – and now that includes how they present their food. At Miami’s Taste of the Nation event on July 29, Gotham Steak debuted the newest item on their menu, the Cote de Boeuf. At the restaurant, this special over-sized rib-eye is presented and carved tableside for an interactive experience guests can enjoy while Chefs revitalize a classic French tradition of food presentation.
Cote de Boeuf is a double cute, bone-in, two bone rib-eye meant for 2-3 people to share. At Gotham Steak, Executive Chef Alfred Portale and Chef de Cuisine John Suley are reviving an old French tradition of serving this special cut of meat. A dying culinary art, chefs at Gotham Steak present the Cote de Boeuf tableside to diners, carve the dish and serve it family-style for all to share.
For larger parties, those with big appetites, or anyone that wants to draw a few stares from nearby tables, Gotham Steak is also offering the Gotham Boeuf, an eight bone, Cote de Boeuf-style rack of rib-eye. As exciting to look at as it is to eat, this dish serves 8 to 10 guests and comes with Gotham Steak’s homemade accompaniments including a creamy Béarnaise sauce and Espelette Chimichurri. It also comes with an assortment of sides such as Gotham Steak’s famed Creamed Corn with Manchego cheese, jalapeno and cilantro, the sinfully delicious parmesan truffle fries and more.
All specialty meats at Gotham Steak, including the Cote de Boeuf, get their distinctive flavor over a charcoal grill enhanced with hickory chips and rosewood. Gotham Steak’s Chef Alfred Portale has created a modern American steakhouse with a focus on quality, consistency, and artful presentation. The steakhouse classic steakhouse elements with fresh seafood, specialty meats, and an impressive 10,000 bottle wine tower.
For additional information on Fontainebleau Miami Beach, visit the website at www.fontainebleau.com or call 866.940.4512.