The restaurant can serve up to 1,000 steaks a week in the Summer and these include tomahawk, fillet, ribeye and sirloin, and Ed says they never have a steak sent back to the kitchen.
“The customers are happy because the meat is delicious and tender.”
The Porterhouse has a char-griller in the kitchen and Ed believes that cooking the steaks in this way really enhances the flavour. They have just started using a dry ager and are looking forward to being able to serve dry aged steaks to their customers in the near future. “We’re always looking to improve our offering, both myself and Tadgh are from Killarney, and we are serving locals and people that we know, so we want to be proud of the dishes in the restaurant.”