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Although it’s almost all about the tender, juicy steaks at Roosevelt Prime Steakhouse, chef Nick Jin does offer diners special gifts. To start, you’ll receive sublime, creamy butter and four hot bread rolls — two white and two whole wheat. For an amuse-bouche, chef Jin generally sends out soup shots — pumpkin, gazpacho, chilled cucumber and consommé with truffle. Trust us when we say that you do not need any extra snacks during a meal at Roosevelt Prime Steakhouse. The cuts of beef are already sizable. Pair them with rich sides like black truffle macaroni and cheese and bacon creamed spinach, and you’ll feel stuffed. If you manage to save room for dessert, be sure to try the banana rum soufflé with crème anglaise.