Best Steaks in Singapore: The Guide For Every Budget and Occasion

July 26, 2017 0

Before we proceed with our Singapore’s Best Steaks Guide, we thought we should first clarify that the ‘best’ steak to us might not be the ‘best’ steak to you. The perfect steak doesn’t exist. Some prefer their meat fatter, some prefer their meat leaner; some people prefer their meat as raw as possible, some people would not eat anything below well done.

But regardless of your preference for doneness and texture, these restaurants that we have shortlisted each boast a unique selling point that might appeal to you. It could be the view, it could be the beef cut, it could be the presentation. Furthermore, these establishments are also offering a free alcoholic drink to each guest (exclusive to Chug members).

From award-winning Wooloomooloo Steakhouse to neighbourhood Breton Restaurant & Bar, here is a quick guide to the Best Steaks in Singapore: The Guide For Every Budget and Occassion (prices included).

1. Me@OUE – For a stunning view of Singapore’s skyline

Located in the heart of Raffles Place, Me@OUE is a stellar dining destination frequented by gourmands and A-listers in Singapore. The fancy establishment — perched atop OUE Bayfront — features Chinese, French and Japanese cuisine. Visitors can choose to dine indoors or al fresco; both dining areas boast a mesmerising view of Marina Bay Sands. Take your client here for a business luncheon and he/she will definitely be impressed by the ambience and quality of food.

Do expect to pay a premium here; Me@OUE’s crew after all comprises chefs with Michelin stars-studded resumes. Main courses are cheaper during lunch and the USDA Ribeye (S$75++) served with asparagus, beef jus, mashed potatoes and onion marmalade is highly recommended. If you are willing to splurge more, then go on and order the heavenly Charcoal Grilled A4 Ohmi Striploin (S$160++). You will not be disappointed.

Address: 50 Collyer Quay, OUE Bayfront, Singapore 049321
$: Prices start from S$75++ for a USDA Ribeye Steak

2. Wooloomooloo Steakhouse – Excellent Australian Beef

Wooloomooloo Steakhouse is the go-to place for classic, high-quality steaks. The fine dining restaurant is aptly named after an Australia destination and specialises in premium Australian steaks. Today, there are a few outlets across Hong Kong and Singapore. The restaurant’s comprehensive menu features a variety of cuts and each steak has been carefully handpicked before making it to your plate.

From Warrnambool, Victoria to Margaret River City Farms, Perth, guests are spoilt for choice when it comes to selecting their steak. USDA Prime Beef is also available, but we urge you to settle for the meat from Down Under. Kickstart your feast with their Australian Wagyu Beef Tenderloin Carpaccio and signature Wooloomooloo Salad. You can’t go wrong with these two appetite-whetting starters.

Address: 2 Stamford Rd, Level 3 Swissotel The Stamford, Singapore 178882
$: Prices start from S$64++ for a 10-ounce centrecut Australian Angus Beef

3. Portico Prime Dempsey – Exclusive Dining Destination

Portico Prime Dempsey is tucked away in former British army barracks Dempsey Hill and hidden in plain sight. The romantic European restaurant is housed in a colonial mansion and offers city dwellers a tranquil respite. While the steakhouse is not easily accessible via public transportation, we say its secluded location is what makes it special.

Several steaks are actually affordably priced under S$50++; namely the Grainge Sirloin (S$42++), Thomas Food Tenderloin (S$48++), Stockyard Wagyu Rump MBS7 (S$45++), Aurora Rib Eye (S$46++) and Aurora Short Rib on the Bone (S$48++). Every steak weighs 200 grams and is served with asparagus, grain mustard mashed potatoes and red wine jus.

Address: 10 Dempsey Road #01-20, 247700
$: Prices start from S$42++ for a Grainge Sirloin (200g)

4. Museo – Eat BBQ Beef From A Clear Spherical Glass

Situated in Quayside Isle, Sentosa Cove, Museo is an upscale restaurant that you would have to specially travel for. The modern European restaurant is famous for its unique dine-in-a-cup concept, where diners eat from beautiful glass jars. While some might lament its presentation as a gimmicky novelty, we can’t help but to marvel at how aesthetically pleasing the dishes look.

The restaurant houses an art studio, where you can unleash your creative potential on blank canvases (the girls reckon it’s a great alternative to typical boring movie dates). Museo’s BBQ Beef Short Ribs (S$18++) — served with edamame beans, macadamia nuts and green chilli pesto — looks as good as it tastes. However, its portion might be a tad too small for those with bigger appetites.

Address: 31 Ocean Way, #01-22,Sentosa Cove, 098375
$: Prices start from S$18++ for a BBQ Beef Short Ribs

5. Ash & Char – Enjoy 1-for-1 steak throughout July 2017

Modern Asian restaurant Ash & Char cooks most of its food via charring and grilling, hence deriving its apt brand name. The gastro lounge is within walking distance to Telok Ayer MRT and is a popular watering hole amongst many nearby office workers. A cafe by day and a restaurant by night, Ash & Char’s venue is suitable for any occasion.

Ash & Char is having a 1-for-1 steak promotion throughout July. Purchase either a Pasture Fed Ribeye (220 grams) or Black Angus Tenderloin (180 grams) Steak at just S$35++. Note that this offer is only valid during dinnertime.

Address: #01-03/04, 21 McCallum St, Singapore 069047
$: Prices start from S$35++ for a Pasture Fed Ribeye (220g) / Black Angus Tenderloin (180g)

6. Breton Restaurant & Bar – Affordable French Bistro

Breton Restaurant & Bar — formerly known as The French Stall — is a neighbourhood bistro specialising in Brittany delicacies. The eatery is famous for live lobsters, but has also made a name for itself with their aromatic charcoal grilled steaks. Choose your steak from either O’Connor Beef (Australia) or Silver Fern (New Zealand).

Address: 544 Serangoon Road, Singapore 218166
$: Prices start from S$39++