There’s nothing better than a good steak if you’re a meat eater. In Singapore, we’re lucky enough to have some of the best steak places around. The best part, a lot of them are super kid-friendly and are perfect for a night out! Here are some of our favorite steak restaurants in Singapore. Yum!
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For simple French food in a cozy environment, head here. Located along the funky Joo Chiat neighborhood, this is a firm favorite among locals. The menu is small, the steak is perfectly cooked and the ambiance simply divine. Even if you’re heading down with the kiddos, you can choose to sit outside on their rooftop for a truly alfresco meal. The wine and food are well priced too , making it an affordable option for any day of the week.
Braseiro, 333 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 427588, Singapore, +65 9116 3304, www.braseiro-sg.com/
Lawry’s is legendary in Singapore. After all, it has a long-standing reputation as being one of the best steak restaurants in town. If you don’t know what to order, you can’t go wrong with the renowned Signature USDA Prime Ribs of Beef, that is aged up to 21 days, served with Yorkshire Pudding, and accompanied with a Bowl Salad. Perfect for romantic date nights and intimate family gatherings.
Lawry’s, Mandarin Gallery, 333A Orchard Rd, #04 - 01 / 31, Singapore 238897, +65 6836 3333, www.lawrys.com.sg
If you’re looking for a top steak in town, this is one of the best places to go. Conveniently located at Somerset, Bedrock Bar & Grill features an inviting ambience that’s perfect for birthdays and anniversaries. The steaks here also come with a spide of spinach, or mac and cheese upon order. Pair them with drinks during happy hour, which runs daily.
Bedrock Bar & Grill, 96 Somerset Road, #01-05 Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Orchard, Singapore 238163, +65 6238 0054, bedrock.com.sg
No matter how old we are, we all love a good side of french fries. At L’entrecote, you’ll get your fix of crispy fries with a steak, which is actually the only thing they serve. The best part? Fries are free flow – news that will surely delight younger customers as well. Prices are also kept relatively affordable at just SG$39.80 per dish.
L’Entrecote, 36 Duxton Hill, Singapore 089614 +65 6690 7561, www.dhm.com.sg/lentrecote
The finer things in life are usually found at Marina Bay Sands, and steak is no exception. World-renowned celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck helms Cut by Wolfgang Puck, a Michelin-starred restaurant serving up prime cuts of meat, with their New York Sirloin (SG$92, American Wagyu Filet Mignon (SG$170) and Black Angus (SG$88) being top picks. Cap off your meal with delicious sides like Peewee Potatos (SG$18) and Mac & Cheese (SG$22) to share.
Cut By Wolfgang Puck, 2 Bayfront Avenue, B1-71, Galleria Level, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018972, +65 6688 8517, wolfgangpuck.com/dining/cut-singapore
Located in Swissotel hotel, Wooloomooloo is an elegant yet casual eatery offering high-end pieces of Australian meat. Our tip? Reserve a table by the glass windows so you’ll get to soak in stunning views while you dine. Their cuts range from the USDA Prime Ribeye (SG$98) to the 200-day grain fed steak ($168), so you can have your preference. Alternatively, opt for their 5-course Weekend Brunch available on Saturdays and Sundays between 11.30am to 2.30pm.
Wooloomooloo Steakhouse, 2 Stamford Road, Level 3 Swissotel, The Stamford, Singapore, 178882, +65 8305 5692, www.wooloo-mooloo.com/sg/wooloomooloo-steakhouse
Hidden in the heart of Orchard Road is Fat Cow, a Japanese restaurant famous for steak that will transport your tastebuds right to the land of the rising sun. What’s special here is that instead of just steak, you can dig in to steak with rice thanks to their Fatcow Premium Donburi (SG$98), which includes Australian Wagyu steak, uni and even an onsen egg. Alternatively, you can have the top-grade beef as shabu-shabu or sukiyaki!
Fat Cow, 1 Orchard Blvd, #01-01/02, Camden Medical Centre, Singapore 248649, +65 6735 0308, www.fatcow.com.sg
For modern barbecue steak, Burnt Ends should be at the top of your list. This Australian restaurant has an open-concept kitchen so you can witness first-hand how the experienced chefs prepare your meats. Their Blackmore’s Cube Roll (SG$60 for 100g) will get the ball rolling, and you can level up with other cuts like the Wagyu Onglet (SG$140 per kg) or 45-day Rib Cap (SG$150 per kg) for sharing.
Burnt Ends, 7 Dempsey Rd, #01-02, Singapore 249671, +65 6224 3933, burntends.com.sg
Steaks don’t necessarily have to be in a fancy restaurant. Bringing steak to the masses in a more casual setting, Meat N’ Chill has cuts that cost less than SG$30. The ambience is perfect for friend hangouts and family gatherings, with plenty of options of sauce and sides too. Cuts-wise, take your pick from grain-fed flat iron, New York strip steaks or angus ribeye – however you like it!
Meat N’ Chill, 805 Bukit Timah Rd, #01-04 6th Avenue Centre, Singapore 279883, +65 8812 4455, meatnchill.com
Borrowing a leaf out of the popular London’s Flat Iron concept, The Feather Blade presents affordable steaks from SG$22 for 200g, with the option of having your meats done just the way you like them. There’s also the sauces to pair your protein with, or smoked salt if you prefer a minimalist taste. Parents can also toast to their delicious cocktails from SG$18 per glass, to end the meal on a high note.
The Feather Blade, 61 Tg Pagar Rd, Singapore 088482, www.thefeatherblade.com
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