New York Style Steakhouse in Merion

C&R Kitchen
370 Montgomery Avenue Merion, PA 19066
610-664-4919, [email protected]
Monday-Thursday: 5:30-10:00 p.m.
Sunday: 4:00-9:00 p.m.

For three nights a week, Merion glatt kosher establishment Citron & Rose is reinventing itself as a New York-style steak house.

On Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday evenings, the restaurant will offer a new steakhouse menu. It will feature seasonal food inspired by traditional New York steakhouses. The restaurant is available for private affairs during the rest of the week.

The restaurant’s white marble-top bar area offers a complete dinner menu along with Scotch flights, signature cocktails, and mevushal wine choices. The main dining room seats more than 50 guests. C+R Kitchen can also entertain private parties for family celebrations, business gatherings, and special events. The private dining room accommodates 20 guests, and the entire restaurant seats 80 guests.

10429277_956356054376327_378124807541949565_nThe new menu starts with a selection of appetizers including house-cured gravlax, lamb sliders, and a steak house wedge salad with beef fry. Vegetarian guests might order shiitake and spinach tortellini, with house-made pasta stuffed with roasted mushrooms and sautéed spinach, topped with roasted tomatoes and herbs. The selection of entrees includines halibut, tuna, salmon, roasted chicken, and the new steaks, including “Prime Rib,” “Ribeye,” “Delmonico,” “Steak Frites,” and the “24-Day Dry Aged Ribeye.”

Food Series with Chefs of Citron & Rose and Rabbi Meir Soloveichik!

In anticipation of the new restaurant, please join us for an exciting Food Series featuring the engaging, creative and funny wisdom of Rabbi Dr. Meir Soloveichik and the culinary talent and skill of the chefs of Citron and Rose, Michael Solomonov and Yehuda Sichel.

First part of the series for Rosh Hashanah follows the jump.

Honey: How to Truly Bee Jewish
Honey has been associated with Jewish celebrations for over one thousand years.  What is it about the miraculous beehive that is so significant? And how can understanding honey’s symbolism guarantee that our new year will be sweeter?

  • When: Sunday, September 9, 2012 at 7:30 pm
  • Where: Chabad of the Main Line, 625 Montgomery Ave, Merion Station, PA 19066. Future installments will take place at the new Citron and Rose!
  • Cost: Suggested $18 donation will support local Jewish Day Schools.
  • RSVP: Space is limited, so you must reserve a spot. Please RSVP to [email protected] by Friday, September 7, 2012
  • Who:
    • Rabbi Dr. Meir Soloveichik is the Director of the Straus Center for Torah and Western Thought at Yeshiva University and Associate Rabbi at Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun in Manhattan.
    • Michael Solomonov is the executive chef and co-owner of Zahav, and the executive chef at Citron and Rose.
    • Yehuda Sichel is a sous chef at Zahav and chef de cuisine at Citron and Rose.