Inspired by the great Australian barbecues or the “Bar-B” as it is known Down Under, Moo Bar & Grill's menu revolves around the grill. As they say “To get a great piece of grilled meat, first you have to get a great cut”.
Mon - Tue: 11:00 - 23:00
Wed - Fri: 11:00 - 02:00
Sat: 12:00 - 23:00
$28 based on 52 submissions
After Work (24 votes), Dinner (17 votes), Lunch (16 votes)
I had a pleasant experience at Moo Bar & Grill. When I arrived there, I was greeted with a warm smile and was lead to the table. The atmosphere was very relaxing and enjoyable. When I was placing my order, i asked for suggestions as i have been there for a long time. They gave me an excellent suggestions and I really appreciate it. I ordered the Grass Fed Filet Mignon and it was delicious plus the complimentary soup of the day. I really had a good time at this restaurant and would definitely come back again.
This might be my new favorite spot in town! They have a very good deal that will blow your mind! Tried their signature course Grass Filet Mignon and the Japanese Inspired Cod fish which is really good!!! 2 mains for the price of 1!!! Special promotion on drinks too every monday to wednesday for tiger beer and housepour spirits! Drink til you drop for 3 hours! cool!!!
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