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About The Kemah Steak Company
The Kemah Steak Company will provide you with the best dining experience in the Houston area. We choose only the best USDA Prime steaks from the world famous Allen Brothers in Chicago. This truly makes a big difference. Allen Brothers has a unique patented aging process. You can choose either wet aged or dry aged. We present your steak at just the right temperature, juicy and tender. Our side orders are our own special recipes and we have a great selection including creamed corn, mushrooms, Au Gratin potatoes and our delicious truffle mac and cheese. Our seafood is never frozen and comes fresh off the boat from the Gulf of Mexico. Try Red Snapper, Flounder, or our award winning Shrimp and Grits, to name a few.
Kemah, TX 77565
Steakhouse, Wine Bar
Hours of Operation:
Mon–Thu, Sun 5:00 pm–10:00 pm
Fri, Sat 5:00 pm–11:00 pm
$50 and over
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Chef Carole Barnett is culinary trained from the world renouond Le Cordon Bleu Culinary School in Dallas. She competed on Iron Chef and is the recipient of the American Federation Culinary scholarship for the State of Texas. Chef Carole has apprenticed under Chef Stephen Pyle, Chef Tim Love has had an externship with Food Network star Paula Deen and is currently planning a stage with Chef Toni McPhail at Commanders Palace in New Orleans. She was the sous and pastry chef for Morton’s Steak House in Dallas. She has worked on major parties for super bowls and World Series events.
In addition to a limited number of parking spots available in front of the restaurant, there is also an ancillary parking lot located across the street from the restaurant which is clearly marked with a Kemah Steak Company Sign.
Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
The Kemah Steak Company Ratings and Reviews
We have been to Kemah Steak House several times and the food and drinks have been very good. Our service this night was good but it has been slow a few times before. Monday night might not be a good night to go as it was a little too quiet. Needed some lightening up.
Hands down one our favorite ‘date night’ get away places! Food is always AMAZING and service is A+! A bit on the pricier side, but worth every single penny!
Highly recommend the crab cakes as a starter with banana foster bread pudding to finish up the meal! Everything in between appetizer and dessert is great!!! Can’t decide on which steak is the best....still an ongoing debate! Guess we’ll need to do more tastings! 😉
Also, MAGIC BUTTER!!!
I really want to like this restaurant. It is close by and the people are very nice. Unfortunately, I have had issues here more than once. The latest occasion was very disappointing; the three of us ordered 2 bone-in dry aged ribeyes and a filet. The ribeyes were stringy and full of gristle. The filet was incorrectly prepared twice and not delivered until we were almost finished with ours and it was dried out to boot. This place likes to put itself out there with Killen’s, Perry’s or Vic & Anthony’s, but the only way they compare is the cost. They are not even close in any other way. $250 for this meal was a total waste.
A quaint house that has a nice bar and enough seating. The food is absolutely wonderful! I had the 6 oz filet mignon and my wife had the lamb chops. We also had a side of mac & cheese and corn creme brulee. The food was very flavorful. For drinks they had beer, liquor and a house full of wine selections. Not many customers so you may have the place to yourself but loved this steakhouse overall.
This was our second visit to Kemah Steak Company and was very much a let down after initially rating the place 5 stars. On our first visit, we had one of the best tasting steaks I have ever been served, outstanding service, great sides, appetizers, and dessert. This visit yielded another great tasting steak, but that was unfortunately the only similarity to the first trip. The crab cake appetizer was just ok, after giving the crab cake 5 stars last time. The lettuce in our salad was slightly wilted and lacked any crispness. The mac and cheese side dish recommended by our waiter was so salty we had trouble eating it - left 3/4 of the portion. And our banana foster bread pudding (also suggested by the waiter) was served without the brandy flambe - he said they were out of brandy, but insisted it would be delicious. It was horrible, we did not eat but a bite each, returned it with legit complaints about how it was prepared and how bad it tasted - the waiter left it on our ticket - full price! There were only 3 other tables the whole time we were there - not surprisingly, I think they are on their way out of business. Won't be back, will not recommend.
This is my second visit. I'm from Ohio. The first visit I was completely blown away from the food to the service. This visit the food was still excellent, I think the service could have been better for the price you pay. The server seemed young and inexperienced. We still enjoyed our evening, next trip to Texas I will try something new.
Very charming restaurant for date and special occasion for family. Not for children.
The wasabi mashed potatoes went well with the steak. By itself, too wasabish.
$18 crab cake was nothing special. It was not prepared with lump crab meat, as claimed by the server.
Be aware that $60, 12 ounce bone in filet has 4 ounce bone and 8 ounce steak. Was very tasteful.
This was the worst dining experience. Poor service and the place was practically empty.
Wanted to order the chicken piccata(only chicken on menu) and they didn't have any that night.
Asked waiter how much the market price was on fish and he said probably $26 to $30 but after he walked out of room and came back in said it was $30. They didn't want you to order anything under $30.
I ordered a glass of Moscato when they asked for drink order and husband had diet coke and well vodka in tall glass. His drink was totally watery and I have no idea what kind of wine I was served but it was not Moscato.
We left after we paid for drinks...which was $20.
I texted the number they had on menu, if we had any problems with our experience.
They replied to me at 1130pm and sent me a picture of the bottle of Moscato he said they served me from but it only showed the bottom half of the bottle which does not show me it was ever opened. And I've always been shown the the bottle it is poured from when they bring it to the table to serve me in any other restaurant I have been dining .
The responder did tell me to let him know the next time I would be dining there and he would make it a worthwhile experience. I advised him we would not be returning to Kemah Steak Company.
We went around the corner to the Amadeus restaurant and had a wonderful dinner in a great atmosphere with good food that was listed on the menu.
Thank you for asking.
I won't do another review if 50 characters is necessary when "awesome" is all I have to say. Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaasaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
We were a group of six. The restaurant wasn't that busy, but the service was slow. The food was good. I had the salmon, very good. The portions were a good size, so you could share to bring down the cost. The place is walking distance from the boardwalk, which is why we chose it. Overall the place was nice, but expensive.
We stumbled upon this place in kemah and were very glad we did. The crab cake was to die for. Our steaks were also excellent. Grits were interesting if you like spicy. We also enjoyed the bananas foster bread pudding flambee and the lava cake. All excellent choices. We went on a Wednesday and bottled wine is half price which was a welcome surprise. I would recommend this place for dinner.
Had never been there until this week- turns out we went twice. The steaks were overdone each time- we want rare. There was only one waitress for all tables- we felt bad for her- so service wasn't great but that is not her fault. If they correct a few things could be a great place.
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