Prime rib, for the uninitiated, is made from, you guessed it, the ribs of free-range cattle that spend their lives on the vast grasslands of the American West and are then fed a special grain-corn feed before their final hour. The beef is then subjected to the proper prime-rib cooking process: nine hours in 59 degree water, followed by 10 minutes in the oven, resulting in a lovely crust. What ends up on your plate is some seriously superior beef with a tender texture and buttery-creamy taste – memorable!
A dinner here ain’t cheap (€31.90 to €49.50 per head), but it’s worth it. For the price, you go home happy as a hog after enjoying not only a great roast but also myriad delicious American-style sides, from fresh salad to yummy spinach to baked spuds and green beans. Their top-shelf West Coast wines and American management round out the Ami experience.