5 restaurants to book online for steak

By HungryGoWhere Writer
26 March 2014 4:05 PM

5 restaurants to book online for steak

Photo: Wooloomooloo Steakhouse

Bedrock Bar and Grill
For superior and diverse meat cuts
Bedrock is an uptown, sophisticated restaurant where guests can order meats imported from the farms of USA and Australia. Steak-wise, the Australian grass-fed porterhouse (500g for $89) is a must for big eaters, although lighter portions can be ordered in the form of the USDA prime tenderloin (240g for $89). You can also choose from a variety of five sauces ($4 each) – you won't go wrong with the staplered wine sauce and the wholegrain whiskey mustard.
Book a table here | Address: 96 Somerset Road, Pan Pacific Serviced Suites #01-05 | Opening hours: Mon-Sat noon-2.30pm, 6.30-11.30pm


For Tuscan-style steaks
This Italian steakhouse is well versed in the traditional Tuscan cooking method of preparing dry-aged beef, and then placing it over wood-fired grill. It yields a traditional charred-crust steak that you can easily sink your teeth into. If you’re sharing, the Fiorentina wagyu F1 t-bone (serves two, $178) is a good option and introduction to the meat's quality and marbling. Pair it with a sauce of your choice (salsa verde, gorgonzola or pepper with balsamic reduction) for a remarkable finish.
Book a table here | Address: 25 Mohamed Sultan Road | Opening hours: Tue-Sun noon-2pm, 6-10pm


Fat Cow
For personalised, artisan beef cuts
Just like a fashion boutique offering bespoke clothing, Fat Cow is a Japanese-inspired atelier that is precise with steak preparation. Premium wagyu (marbling grade from A3 to A5) slabs are the attraction here, such as the Grade A5 Iwate Ribeye (150g for $148), which may dig deep into pockets but justifies with its highest marbling grade. For lunch, we recommend the Fat Cow donburi ($38++) – a sumptuous combination of rice topped with charcoal-grilled wagyu beef and onsen tamago (slow-cooked egg).
Book a table here | Address: 1 Orchard Boulevard, Camden Medical Centre #01-01 | Opening hours: Mon-Sat noon-3pm, 6-11pm


Lawry’s The Prime Rib
For select beef and quality service
Ever since its inception, Lawry’s has forged a reputation for serving top-notch prime cuts and other popular starters such as the broiled Atlantic lobster tail ($27++). For mains, we recommend to stick with tradition by opting for the signature prime rib dinner with the tender Lawry’s cut (285g roast USDA prime rib of beef, $93++). This dinner includes the original spinning bowl salad (a combination of romaine lettuce, chopped eggs, croutons and shredded beets), as well as a fancy portion of Idaho mashed potatoes.
Book a table here | Address: 333A Orchard Road, Mandarin Gallery #04-01/31 | Opening hours: Sun-Thu 11.30am-10pm; Fri-Sat 11.30am-10.30pm


Wooloomooloo Steakhouse
For generous portions to share
This Australian-inspired, Hong Kong based establishment has a spacious interior propped with classy wine cellars and an open theatre kitchen. Not only is it a go-to concept for a great view of the city skyline, the beef portions are hearty and viable for sharing. The tomahawk (70-day grain-fed black angus, $125) is a signature example that can easily feed two guests, possibly right after whetting your appetite with the creamy tuna and spanner crab tartare ($29).
Book a table here | Address: 2 Stamford Road, Swissotel The Stamford Level 3 | Opening hours: Daily noon-2.30pm, 6.30-11pm

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