The 6 Best Steakhouses in Singapore

12 August 2015
<p>Try Burnt Ends for your next steak night.</p>

Try Burnt Ends for your next steak night.

This month we’re bringing you the 50 best dining experiences in Singapore. We’ve trekked all over the island and found the best spots based on the type of food you are craving. (It was a tough job but someone’s got to do it! These are for our meat-loving readers…

 

Burnt Ends, Price: $$$

The protein-packed menu is cooked on a custom designed dual cavity oven, which gives the meats a lovely char and exceptional flavour. David also rewrites the menu daily, so only the best and tastiest items make the cut each time.

At 20 Teck Lim Road, Tel: 6224 3933.

 

The Prime Society, Price: $$$

It’s all about the beef at The Prime Society, with stellar cuts of Australian beef, ranging from premium grass and grain-fed to full blood Wagyu and more. It’s also kid-friendly and children can dine on dishes like mac and cheese and fried potato skins.

At #01-20, 10 Dempsey Road, Tel: 6474 7427.

 

Bedrock Bar & Grill, Price: $$

Their newly revamped, steak, seafood and poultry set lunches come with fresh mains like the woodfire-grilled striploin, and a selection of three starters and three sweets. Now that’s what we call a lunchtime indulgence!

At #01-05, Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Orchard, 96 Somerset Road, Tel: 6238 0054.

 

Black Angus, Price: $$

All-natural USDA Black Angus beef air flown in directly from the USA, is aged for a minimum of 21 days for maximum tenderness and flavour. But man cannot live on steak alone, so team your cut of choice with a lobster tail, grilled prawns or fried shrimp and a side order of choice for a sumptuous meal.

 

Hard Rock Café, Price: $$

Besides American classics like the hickory smoked barbecue combo and the bacon and cheese wagyu burger, Hard Rock Café also offers a vast selection of memorabilia from the industry’s greatest legends. Pick up a Hard Rock Café collectible or two while you’re at it.

 

RAWC Ribbery, Price: $$

In the mood for ribs and wine? Then RAWC Ribbery is where it’s at. There’s over 12 different types of pork, beef and lamb ribs, cooked to tender, off-the-bone goodness, and over 200 wine labels sold at retail prices.

At #01-04, Sixth Avenue Centre, 805 Bukit Timah Road, Tel: 6463 2830

 

For more of our “best of” restaurant series, click here!

 

By Hazel Vincent De Paul, The Finder, August 2015

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