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About Revolution Chop House
Revolution Chop House is an incredible steak house that offers a wide variety of steaks, fresh seafood and an extensive wine list in a warm, friendly environment.
Revolution Chop House provides classic chops deliciously prepared by our chefs. Our bone-in meats including New Zealand Double Lamb Chops, a 14oz. Prime New York Strip and the best Veal Chop you will find anywhere, all from local purveyors.
King of Prussia, PA 19406
Steakhouse, Seafood, American
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday – Thursday: 5pm-10pm
Friday – Saturday: 5pm-11pm
First Ave and N. Gulph Rd.
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Valley Forge Casino Resort is the region’s only full-amenity gaming resort, located conveniently near the Main Line and easily accessible from Philadelphia and the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Valley Forge Casino Resort offers an unparalleled guest experience featuring a safe, exclusive gaming environment with 600 of the hottest slot machines and 50 table games; live entertainment including the Valley Forge Casino Resort Music Fair, which brings national headliners to the Valley Forge Casino Resort Convention Center; upscale dining at Revolution Chop House; bars and lounges that offer a range of experiences from the area’s hottest DJ’s at Center Bar to Valley Beach, a seasonal daytime poolside and outdoor club, to Valley Tavern where sports fans can watch their favorite teams on big screen TVs while enjoying pub fare and a wide assortment of craft and draft beers. Valley Forge Casino Resort, Philadelphia’s premier entertainment destination.
Complimentary valet parking available.
SEPTA bus route 125
Chef Nicholas Persons
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
An amazing event starts with an amazing host and we are here to accommodate your event needs. From business luncheons to rehearsal dinners, Revolution Chop House can turn any size event into a romantic and intimate affair. Call us to start planning today.
Revolution Chop House Ratings and Reviews
This was the first time me and the wife had stayed at your Hotel (wanted to do some gambling) and we tried the Chop House for dinner.
Service was great. Our waiter was very nice and did a great job. The food was not that good at all though. I had the Filet and she had the Fish of the Day. For the price I was expecting a lot more. We loved the hotel and we loved the Casino and would probably come back but not to eat.
The steaks, though very pricey, were the safest bet on the menu. In our party, there was also one fish of the day, and one root veg risotto. The fish was tasty but overcooked. The risotto was overcooked, and almost completely flavorless. The sides were competently prepared, however. If you really need a $60 steak, this is your place.
I went with my mother for my birthday. The hostess was miserable. She did not greet us properly and when I told her I had a reservation she looked at me like I was lying or something odd. I had to ask her if she did not see my name then she just nodded at me. She did not welcome us in a proper fashion for the type of establishment that I would have expected more from. Everyone else was nice respectful kind attentive and made us feel like we were important. The food was delicious. The desert was phanominal. We were not asked if it were a special occasion which shocked me because most places do. Over all we were happy. I would return and recommend.
I can’t recommend this place. The lobsters were over cooked. My chicken was burnt and I thought the skin was a bone. The steak was burnt. The app and dessert were definitely sitting for a long time before being served bc the raspberry sauce was gel stuck to the plate. The soups were good but the shrimp was stale or old. Very disappointed. For the price we paid, it really should have been prepared better. I’m still sick from the 12/31 meal. :-(
Revolution Chophouse is an outstanding place for dining. The atmosphere is a quiet Oasis away from the bustle of the casino, and the food is absolutely top notch. The NY Strip steak I had there was generously portioned and one of the finest I've ever enjoyed.
The food was delicious. Unfortunately, the service was extremely disappointing. Our waiter ignored us for the entire meal and never checked to see if everything was alright or if we needed anything. We literally saw him only when he took our orders and then not again until he went to present us with the check.
The reason I gave a good overall (should have given lower) was because it was very slow getting our meal and this was discouraging because we advised that we had a show to catch. Our main courses arrived 15 mins before showtime. Also, the calamari appetizer for I believe $10 could fit into a very, very small dessert saucer. Normally, u can share calamari with the table! Very disappointing! It was the most skimpiest offering of calamari I've ever had! I've eaten at MANY restaurants (thankfully). The biggest regret of my meal was that we were celebrating my husband's Birthday and other than saying Happy Birthday to him when we arrived...that was it! No special dessert no other acknowledgement nothing!!! I've never been to a "nice" restaurant EVER where they treated u so shabbily in this area! With that being said, our waiter and bartender were extremely nice and that made up for a lot!
Talk about a Jekyll & Hyde restaurant. Our previous visit everything was perfection. This time not so much. My wife ordered a heirloom tomato salad doctored up which they were happy to do but the salad sucked. The tomatoes were mealy, stringy onions, the whole thing not very good. We explained this to our server who responded that some people enjoy mealy tomatoes served this way. He eventually did remove it from the check. I had the shrimp chowder which as a kick but really no flavor. My wife’s lamb chops were so salty. Very over seasoned. I had the fish of the day, a stone bass or it should have been called stone bad. It tasted as if it was cooked before and just warmed up. The bread wasn’t fresh. Maybe dining on a Monday night isn’t a good idea. Besides that everything was outstanding! (My Heineken & my club soda) Need to find a new place to spend my casino comps.
I noticed the manager going from table to table checking on diners but missed stopping over at ours. Coincidence? Maybe. But he would have gotten a earful
I would not recommend this restaurant at all. While the food was very good the service was awful. It took over 15 minutes for anyone to acknowledge us and it was a a manager saying our waitress was right behind him as he rushed by our table and it was still 5 minutes till she came to our table. Then it took over 15 minutes just to get drinks. The waitress never checked on us throughout our time there. The manager never came back to check on us again. There was also a large group that was extremely loud and yelling right off in a side dining room. All of this ruined the entire experience which was to be a quiet date night for the two of us.
The floor surrounding our table was absolutely filthy when we arrived despite the fact that it was a 5:30 reservation. Our server Michael seemed intoxicated. He spilled soda all over my son, himself, the table, and a phone, and didn’t even notice (despite that it was dripping off of his hand). He seemed to have a hard time even explaining the specials to us and kept trailing off. Service was unbelievably slow, although the person who brought water and bread was more helpful than the server. Our food ranged from mediocre to terrible. The buns on my short rib sliders were stale and very hard. The meat was dry. They seemed liken they had been made hours ago and sat out. Truly one of the worst dishes I have had anywhere. But our server was nowhere to be found during that portion of the meal and I was so hungry that I eventually suffered through them by picking most of the bread off. The wedge salad that we had when you first opened, and loved, was a total disappointment. The calamari was rubbery and tough. I could go on about the rest of our dishes, but the short version is, nothing was good. We will not return under any circumstances. It was such a disappointment because it was for my father’s 73rd birthday and we really wanted it to be special.
First time meal over the weekend. I frequent the casino and decided to try this spot for dinner. Completely impressed. From the attention of staff (managers stopping to check on the meal and service - ours that evening, Joe, was wonderful), quality of service (bartenders, servers and all wait staff were gracious and on point), the overall taste (the food was perfectly prepared) and value of the meal (pricing is in line with traditional chop houses $18-25 for pastas, $40 for filet, a la carte sides in $10 range) and the calm, warm, semi-romantic feel of the restaurant - it was a win-win overall. Looking forward to going back, trying additional items on the menu, and just stopping by for bar bites when we're not in the mood for a traditional dinner.
This is one of the few places that always has consistently good service, food and drinks. This past weekend wasn't any different. The drinks were spot on, the service was impeccable and the steaks were fantastic. I would go here for the roasted brussels with bacon alone, but all the food is incredible. From the busser who doesn't miss an opportunity to support a server on the floor to the manager who always stops by your table to make sure everything was up to par. The entire operation runs the way you would expect a high end steakhouse to operate. Our waitress (Alyssa) always had a smile on her face and never left us waiting for anything.
Last couple of visits we were disappointing but today everything was amazing. Dan took time to discuss the menu. We had a couple of featured apps. My wife had lamb chops and I splurged on a strip steak, which was one of the best I've eaten I had a premium Cabernet which was really good. Had to take our dessert home. Hope they stay consistent. Great meal
My friend and I each had a $30 VF food voucher. We used them for dinner at Revolution Chop. The hostess was friendly. The waiter was very good, and had remembered us from a previous meal there. His service was impeccable. I wish I remembered his name to give him a shout out here.
The meal was delicious. We had the shrimp bisque, and the short ribs with noodles. I've eaten here a few times, and have never had reason to regret it.
Being able to use our points to pay the balance due is terrific.
Looking forward to another great meal soon.
The appetizers (Clams Casino and Cheesesteak Dumplings) were on the small side, especially for the price. The clams casino was over salted, while the cheesesteak dumplings lacked in flavor. I had the braised beef pappardelle which was in a truffle and mushroom cream sauce. Again, the portion was a little on the small side, but the flavor was incredible. It was definitely worth the lack of volume - I would order this again. My boyfriend had the bone in ribeye with a side of mashed potatoes. Both were pretty flavorful, but nothing to write home about. For dessert, he had the creme brûlée, which again was good but was pretty much just another crime brûlée. I, however, opted for the white chocolate bread pudding and was not disappointed. It was dense and moist, and the flavors all came together very harmoniously. If I ever return to revolution chop house, there's no way I would order anything else for dessert. The service was good, though I found it a little confusing that we had two waiters working in tandem. I felt that we kept having to explain the status of our meal to each one as it seemed they did not communicate much with each other. Not a big problem, as they were very attentive and our glasses were never empty. Though the beginning of our meal got off to a rough start, our overall experience was positive.
From the reviews, menu prices & photos website was expecting a nice higher end restaurant. This is just your typical casino restaurant filled with people in shorts, t-shirts and flip flops. The experience a total miss. The waitress told us the specials & brought us water & bread but never asked if we wanted anything to drink. The water tasted of chemicals & was undrinkable. She came back, asked if we had menu questions. We said no so she asked us what we wanted. We ordered & as she was walking away had to catch her attention to ask for a glass of wine & my husband his drink. We ordered the special appetizer, shrimp stuffed with filet. This was bland & tasteless sitting on top of swirls of buffalo wing sauce which didn't go with the meats at all. Terrible! Wait staff are constantly buzzing around your table trying to clear dishes & ask if you if you need anything to the degree of just being interrupted trying to eat. I got my veal chop that I ordered medium. The first cut in was very rare, it was very fatty & mushroom sauce greasy. When I cut into the center it was completely raw & cold. My husband flagged down our server & we sent it back. They were all very apologetic & took it off the bill. They asked if I wanted it put back on or another one & I said I didn't want it. Through all this my glass of wine was empty for quite a while but after they rushed around about the chop & after I told her & the Mgr. 3-4 times I didn't want it re-made as we had to go to the show, she finally asked if I wanted another wine. 3 more people then came & asked if I wanted wine when the manager came out with another chop & again told her I didn't want it so they boxed it up and said we could pick up after the show. My husband order lamb which was nothing special & we ordered the steak fries as a side which were greasy and overcooked. When we got home the original chop had just been thrown back on the grill and charred. So the dogs got to eat overcooked veal chop.
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