For one day only.
Nov 15, 2016|
A good steak can go a long way, especially when you're having a bad day. From the tender sirloin to the juicy ribeye, here are some places that know how to serve up a well-marbled steak to bring out your inner carnivore.
This is a longtime stalwart when it comes to New York-style steaks. They’ve got a real slick Mad Men vibe with semi-circular, leather booths, wood-paneled walls and some serious mood lighting. Also serious is their fantastic list of choice cuts like USDA Prime dry-aged ribeye and Aussie grassfed porterhouse. Don’t miss the indulgent mac and cheese. #01-05 Pan Pacific Serviced Suites, 96 Somerset Rd.
Dim lighting, earth tone furnishings and croc print-inspired chocolate chairs give this Italian steakhouse a distinctly sexy feel; a great date venue. In case the name wasn’t a dead giveaway, it’s all about the meat here, specifically wagyu, so forgo their pastas in favor of their signature Fiorentina—a deliciously smoky char-grilled 1-1.2kg T-bone steak of marble score six Aussie wagyu, big enough to be shared by three or four people. 25 Mohamed Sultan Rd.
Singapore is no stranger to outposts of international celebrity restaurants, but this one by Wolfgang Puck is an enduring classic, appearing in our Top 10 year after year. It serves a really impressive menu of beef, including 300-day grain fed Australian Angus from Rangers Valley and Japanese Wagyu, along with a range of unique and delicious sauces like their signature Argentinean chimichurri. Cocktails are also amazing. If you’re looking for an classic meat extravaganza, this is the ultimate. #B1-71 Galleria Level, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, 2 Bayfront Ave.
It has been the year of casual barbecue in Singapore, but when it comes to classic, carnivorous glamour, this American steakhouse stalwart is still a sure bet, especially since it lightened things up after its recent-ish renovation. Have a “Mortini” or two at their brass-colored island bar before heading in for a big, fat juicy slab of steak the size of a baseball mitt. The stars are the onion bread and the USDA prime ribeye, as well as desserts like the hot chocolate cake. 4/F Mandarin Oriental, Singapore, 5 Raffles Ave.
The focus at Skirt may be squarely on premium meats grilled to perfection on the centrepiece South American parilla grill, but this ain’t no Old World steakhouse. With floor to ceiling windows, curved high-backed sofa seating and dramatic and sculptural lamps hanging from the ceiling, the space is quite glamorous. Black Angus, various wagyus and other delectable meats aside, there is also sustainably sourced seafood, duck confit, lamb shank and other meaty delights, not to mention some lovely starters like ceviche and crab salad. W Singapore - Sentosa Cove, 21 Ocean Way.
The reliable, but unstuffy, steakhouse is known for its selection of Australian Angus and USDA-grade meats. Aside from perfectly seared meats, the menu is kept to steakhouse classics including starters like crab cakes and prawn cocktail, and mains like lamb cutlets and fish. This refined yet relaxed 140-seater restaurant also boasts a wine collection of over 150 bottles. 3/F Swissôtel The Stamford, Singapore, 2 Stamford Rd.
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