The best restaurant meal I have had in some time was served to me two nights ago at Keen's Steakhouse (36th St. east of 6th Avenue). It was a large mutton chop, cooked medium as the chef suggests and served with stir-fried greens.
The other dishes eaten by my party that night are of no consequence, and the lore of the restaurant and its historical décor, and its staggering prices, you can read about somewhere else. But this was some mutton chop. I can't recall having eaten a cut of meat with such relish. Not that I have any particular interest in mutton, either, but this was a meal to remember.