It was my first time to have a taste of Peter Luger Steak House Old Fashioned Sauce. My boss had this shipped all the way from the USA to pair with the porterhouse steak. He explained to me that he only uses this sauce together with the porterhouse steak that he enjoys at Mamou in Serendra. I am glad that he shared this totally tasty sauce with me during lunch today.
The Peter Luger Steak House Old Fashioned Sauce we paired with our porterhouse steak during lunch today.
I love the sauce. This 125 year old recipe from the 125 year old Steak House icon in the USA, has this spicy with horseradish taste that explodes with the tender and juicy texture of the steak. It’s awesome. Plus this sauce is fat-free and has 30 calories only per 100 grams. Totally healthy, you wouldn’t mind dipping the steak on it generously.
The porterhouse steak at Mamou’s was also excellent. Mamou serves only dry aged USDA prime meat for their porterhouse steak. Dry-aging causes the beef to lose it’s moisture and the flavors become more concentrated. This dry-aged meat is still juicy when cooked but the taste is compounded several times compared to regular steak.
I’ve read several reviews comparing Mamou’s porterhouse steak with that of Peter Luger’s itself. I haven’t been to Peter Luger so I cannot make the same comparison. But definitely, the steak was fantastic. It was the best steak I’ve ever tasted in the Philippines. The other steak that could come close is of that from Albert’s at Salcedo.
This steak is healthy too plus it only has 170 calories per 85 grams. Totally worth it.
If you want to try Mamou’s famous porterhouse steak, you can visit them at Mamou Serendra, 26th St Fort Bonifacio, Taguig Metro Manila Philippines (02) 856-3569.