The prime rib was fabulous.
My wife like the prime rib, but didn't like the taste. Creme Brûlée was good, however. My belief is if you want to be a steak house you need to look the part. The restaurant looks like that of a fast food restaurant seating area.
Good food, reasonable prices & great server (Eddie)!!!!
Large portions. Very tasty. Will return again.
Need fresher tasting rolls that aren't so dry and less greasy calamari. Also for the price was expecting something more upscale and elegant.
Lunch menu is totally Ala carte making it a tad pricey, but the beef was absolutely superb!
Concerned that the fella needs to get some curb appeal going with his weed crop, then I think
J & J's will be more attractive to drive into & check out.
Great food, great service
Probably the best prime rib sandwich I've had.
Yummy food & great service!!
From Our Editors
With a name as focused as J&J’s House of Prime Rib, it's no surprise that the namesake entree is featured prominently on the menu. In 10-ounce, 15-ounce, and 20-ounce cuts, the tender, marbled meat is slow-roasted until it practically melts on the tongue. Such unwavering dedication to technique extends to the rest of the menu, too. Misoyaki-glazed salmon shows off the chefs' versatility, as do Alaskan king crab legs with chili-garlic beurre blanc. But the spirit of simple, uncomplicated elegance is truly the restaurant's hallmark, and is reflected in its decor as well. Rich woodwork and slate-hued stone accents fill the space, lending a warmth that is complemented by banquettes in autumn hues and earthenware tile floors.
J&J’s House of Prime Rib