A great steakhouse isn’t just a restaurant; it’s a house of honor. Ruby Jack’s Steakhouse and Bar brings to Manila fine-dining steakhouse supremacy. With its top-notch service, spot-on attention to detail, Ruby Jack’s guarantees their diners feel compelled to sit back in their chair after their meal, pleasantly stuffed and content in the knowledge that they just ate one heck of a steak. This steakhouse is a cut above the rest.
It was one sure fired-up food photography experience for I Shoot Food Manila. Welcoming its team of food photographers is Ruby Jack’s stylish steakhouse dining ambiance: a grand tranquil main dining hall with romantic comfortable booths, a handsome open kitchen, a display of an impressive wine collection, dramatically displayed in a glass cased wine cellar and the 15-seat counter bar that promises classic & elegant cocktails focusing on local ingredients. Farther back is the restaurant’s elevated private dining room adorned with a Masashi Ozawa painting aptly named “Wagyu” and a cigar room redolent with the aroma of Cuban and Dominican cigars where classic and signature cocktails can be sipped on comfortable leather settees.
Of course, ultimately, a steakhouse is all about the beef. Ruby Jack’s Steakhouse and Bar offers grass-fed, corn-fed, and grain-finished beef that pairs nicely with a wine of your choice. The emphasis is, rightly so, on perfectly charred and seasoned, oversized servings of juicy, fat-marbled steaks and chops. Sure there’s also, fresh mouthwatering seafood, appetizing soups and salads, and heaping sides to complement your meat.
All the meaty goodness may sound too good to be true, but Ruby Jack’s Steakhouse and Bar just try really hard to make sure everything they do is done right— or rather, well done, so you’ll keep coming back. Manila has no shortage of great steakhouses. We got one of the best right here.