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The price range for a meal at Roosevelt Prime Steakhouse depends on what you order. When you eat at Roosevelt, you’re paying for quality ingredients — USDA prime beef — and impeccable service. The steaks are top-notch. Because they’re cooked in a 700 F oven and on a cast-iron grill, they’re a combination of roasted and grilled, which makes for a really nice, crisp crust on every piece of meat. Steaks start at RMB300 (US$48) for an eight-ounce, 1.5-inch thick filet mignon and move up to RMB375 (US$60) for a 12-ounce, 1.5-inch thick New York strip sirloin. The most expensive steak — at RMB1,250 (US$198) — is a 24-ounce, 1.5-inch thick, 28-day aged porterhouse prime. Sides average RMB70 (US$11) for dishes like creamy black truffle macaroni and cheese, rich bacon creamed spinach and oven-roasted bone marrow with foie gras. When you’re eating at Roosevelt Prime Steakhouse, be sure to get the Caesar salad for two (RMB145/US$23), which is meticulously prepared tableside on a stainless steel cart.