An unapologetically decadent lunch. Sturdy, warm, filling to the bone. Meet the Prime Rib Hash from Keen's Steakhouse. $16.50, in the pub room only. Equal parts prime rib and potatoes mixed into a hash and fried until the exterior, all of it, turns a deep golden brown. It is just seconds from reaching burnt, hitting your table extra crisp. A fried egg and a sprinkle of chives to finish.
Cut in with confidence—steam erupts, carrying the saliva-inducing scent of savory steak, potatoes, and just enough onions with it. Puncture the yolk and let it drip, soaking into every crevice. Ketchup is offered on the side, but a few shakes of pepper will suffice. This hash is best while the weather is cool, while you still crave the homey, meaty, hearty. Catch it before the summer heat hits.
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