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About Rococo Steak
We envisioned a steakhouse and lounge unlike any other. A revolutionary steakhouse, in both cuisine and design, which would challenge the strict traditions of American steakhouses. The result is Rococo Steak.
The menu has a larger selection of small steaks, including unique grass-fed options, more playful appetizers, and craveable side dishes. The hip, contemporary design conveys intimacy and sensuality, yet provides a spirited atmosphere for socializing.
We are committed to utilizing the freshest ingredients of the season. Our menu may differ on the evening of your dinner.
St. Petersburg, FL 33701
Steakhouse, Contemporary American, Wild Game
Hours of Operation:
Open Monday-Sunday. Bar and Lounge opens at 4:00 p.m.; full menu available at 5:00 p.m.
7th Street NE
$50 and over
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Valet and street parking is available for all guests and private dining events. Valet entrance is located off 7th Street NE.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Rococo Steak Ratings and Reviews
We had an excellent meal at Rococo for New Years Eve. It was a prix fixe menu and was really delicious. We were seated outside and there was only one other couple out there, so that felt a little strange, but our server was good. He didn't bring me the correct cocktail, but I sort of ordered in a confusing way, so I didn't correct him. Steak was excellent, scallops were wonderful, and my husband loves that they have Rip Van Winkle 12 year and Pappy Van Winkle 15 for a reasonable price.
Reservation was at 9, arrived promptly and was told to have a drink at the bar, were seated about 9:20, informed server it was our first time there, he offered no suggestions on the pre fixed menu nor information on the wine pairings. Laughed off a question from one of my guests about one of the options.
They attempted to deliver our 3rd course before we had our appetizer, our dishes were supposed to come with different wine pairings, we believe we all received the same wine each time regardless of our dish of choice.
We enjoyed the food and our company. Our server didn’t seem as if he was happy to be there. Recommend the octopus, bacon style for an appetizer, the filet entree, and the broken tiramisu as a dessert.
New Year Eve with Pris Fixe menu. Good selection, but prep was inconsistent on the same plate. For example, one Sea Scallop was significantly salty and others on the plate under seasoned. Butternut squash on that dish was very under seasoned. Lamb Chops ordered medium rare were served nearly “bleu” and had to be sent back to the kitchen.
Ordered the wine pairings and both the Champagne and 1st course Chardonnay were served without announcing vintner or characteristics. Had to ask the waiter to do so for future courses.
Waiters reached across the diners sitting on the outside of the table to reset tableware, deliver food, and in a couple of instances, clear plates. Mamma taught me “serve from the left, take away from the right”.
I’m not a snob by any stretch of the imagination, but expect excellence in food prep and service for a $$$$ price. I was underwhelmed. Still, I would try it one more time on a non-holiday night.
We dined at Rococo with friends recently. Our food was well prepared and tasty. My Filet Mignon was delicious and cooked properly (medium rare). The sides are ala carte. We ordered the creamed corn (outstanding), asparagus, mushrooms and onion rings. I will enjoy the restaurant in the future.
The downside was the service. The server clearly was not adept at working at a higher-end restaurant. Bringing the check in the middle of dessert/coffee and then hovering??? Come on. Plus he failed to draw our attention to the wine specials inside the primary menu. Had we known we would have ordered one of these gems before ordering from the actual wine list.
This was our second time at Rococo and we were once again blown away. It was originally recommended to me in September by Centurion Card Services. I don't know where to begin this review. First of all, the restaurant's ambiance is fantastic. Lots of little private nooks that seat parties of 2 to 4. This makes the restaurant quieter and more intimate and allows dinner parties to have great conversations. But, it also has entertainment space for larger gatherings (~40+ guests). The art and decoration are tastefully done. Second, the large bar is welcoming and a great place to hang out with friends as you wait for your dinner guests to arrive. My martini was done perfectly. Third, I was welcomed by the GM, Kevin, who remembered my name, despite the fact that I had only been there once before. Great memory and great touch. The service is impeccable - - had the same waiter for the second time. Attentive. Quick. And very accommodating. The food is fantastic. Especially the 40 day aged rib-eye. Highly recommended. Others had the lamb, raviolo stuffed with short rib, and a petite filet. All were excellent. But, the icing on the cake was once again the wine - - especially if you are an oenophile. Their list is so impressive and reasonably priced. We thoroughly enjoyed a 1984 Puligny Montrachet and an unbelievable 1975 Chateau LaTour. All I can say is that I cannot wait to return in January or February when I am back in Florida. I think I have a new favorite in that town. :)
We visited Rococo as a family (kids aged 8 and 10) and our server was so accommodating he made us feel right at home. When I knocked over my bubbly he instantly gave me a refill - on the house. It was truly a great dining experience! The steak was tender and flavorful and the wines were paired perfectly! Oh, and the key lime pie is a must try!
The meal was good and the staff was pleasant - overall it was a nice experience. I personally have never been to a "high end" restaurant where I felt the meal was worth the expense. We had a dozen oysters and split a bowl of bisque as our appetizers, we each had two beers, we each ordered a side and we each had the bone in aged ribeye. Everything was good and the bisque was outstanding. The restaurant was as advertised, quiet, intimate and classy. I guess having been raised on low end of middle class has made me thrifty and cynical and I don't think the meal warranted a $250.00 price tag.
Steaks were outstanding. Truffle fries and creamed spinach sides were terrific. Mushroom side was excellent. Mac and cheese was just OK. Waiter was generally good. Main course service was slow. But steak was cooked as ordered. Wine service was excellent. The ambiance was terrific.
We went to Rococo to celebrate our 2nd wedding anniversary. The server, Joshua, was attentive, but not overly so. He made great recommendations when we asked and took very good care of us. The setting is classic and classy. It’s quiet enough that you don’t have to shout over loud music. We thoroughly enjoyed our evening. Only one thing seemed odd: it was our anniversary so they comp’d ‘one ‘ dessert of the two we ordered. Why not both? Just a thought.
There is nothing not to like about Rococo! We were pleased from arrival to dessert. The menu is expansive, with much more than “steak”. The wine list is good, but capacity on some wines can be limited because they apparently have a small cellar (we got their last bottle of Cakebread Chardonnay). Everything was wonderful right down to dessert! Will definitely be back again
The dinner outing was to celebrate my birth day. My wife, son, and hus girlfriend joined the celebration. We were seated onntime at 6:30 and thevsrrvice was very good and timly.
We ordeeed the Aged Ribeyes and allmwere prepared as requestdd except my wife's dreak was under cooked but quickly corrected upon notice to our waiter. The meal was very good and we allculpa enjoyed the evening. Oversll I would rate the dinner 4+.
The overall experience was absolutely incredible.
Our waiter, Josh, was one of the best waiters we’ve had in a long time. He was not only knowledgeable, but had a great personality and added to the evening.
The food (ribeye and filet) was cooked to perfection! Great suggestion of cocktails as well. When in comes to Prime beef and service, this steakhouse beats out all the others hands down.
The service wasn’t as good as I had hoped or expected from a fine dining restaurant.
Our server offered no specials or menu suggestions. I asked about one of the cocktails and his only response was that it wasn’t a popular choice then didn’t give me any other suggestions or feedback. He pretty much took our order and walked away. That was pretty disappointing so I’m hoping that’s not always the case at this restaurant. However, I’ve heard from people around town that this happens a lot.
Needless to say, the menu didn’t match the service.
The food was delicious and we enjoyed our evening, just would have appreciated better service.
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