If I had to pick only one thing on the menu as my favorite, this would be it. The grilled dry-aged prime ribeye steak is perfect for me when it is raw and red on the inside and seared on the outside, dripping with parsley-shallot butter that is still melting when the dish arrives. You also get two eggs with the dish, referring of course to the British custom. I prefer poached, but that’s the beauty of eggs: you can pick your favorite style. As accompaniments, one should never forget the potato rosti, thin shreds of potato pan-fried so it’s crispy on the outside and tender within. And to top it off, a toasted English muffin. I can hardly make it to the English muffin because I am usually stuffed by the time I finish the steak, eggs and potatoes — three foods that I just can’t live without, and when combined, my dream come true!