The experience at B & B Butcher
The wood and brick accented look of this wonderful steakhouse was built in a historic bakery founded in 1814. Restauranter Benjamin Berg knew the vibe of this location would jive perfectly with the vintage look. Upon entering, you are welcomed by perilous meat volcanos cruising across the dining room of B & B Butchers, as the fragrance of perfectly seared steak fills the room with excitement. The ambiance speaks for itself.
The glass windows give you a sneak peak of the aged beef. The narrow mysterious spiral staircase gives access to the second floor where you will find floor to ceiling windows with a mind-blowing view of the Houston skyline which is rare in the steakhouse scene.
Upon being seated, you are welcomed by pleasant knowledgeable staff members who are excited to walk you through the entire dining experience.
An array of warm bread with whipped butter occupies your table while you wait for the appetizers and main courses.
We started off with the blissful Wagyu Carpaccio. Perfectly seasoned by the chef, taking into consideration the buttery texture paired with the right amount of greens to give it the required crunch. An amazing start to the meal.
Impeccably seared salmon which was subtle and delicate in texture but outstanding in flavor paired with wild mushrooms, snow peas, and kale accompanied with a citrus beurre blanc giving it the right amount of acidity.
The bone-in wagyu ribeye suggested by our server was a great choice. Rich marbling, robust flavors, buttery, etc are just some of the attributes I can use to describe this steak.
Their dry aged T-bone is a thing of beauty. Impeccably cook, perfectly charred, well seasoned did keep up to its expectations. This was one of the most succulent steaks I've had.
A well-crafted menu under the guidance of award-winning Executive Chef Tommy Elbashary makes B & B Butcher an amazing spot for steak lovers.