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Astons Steak & Salad

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Astons Prime at The CentrePoint has been revamped to Astons Steak & Salad, which is basically Astons Specialities with an all-you-can-eat salad bar.

Daily: 11:30 - 22:00

+65 62350556
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Delicious steak & sumptuous buffet

We will be coming back again. Totally worth the money! fresh salad, hot soup, crispy onion rings, ice cream...etc. Alls good except the bun on the wagyu burger was not as fresh...

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• 22 Nov 2014 • 6 reviews • 0 follower

Delicious steak & sumptuous buffet

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We will be coming back again. Totally worth the money! fresh salad, hot soup, crispy onion rings, ice cream...etc. Alls good except the bun on the wagyu burger was not as fresh...
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  • juicy black pepper ribeye steak & buttery baked potato
• 16 Apr 2014 • 2013 reviews • 256 followers

The Place for a Lazy Lunch

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Astons Steak and Salad is a concept whereby diners order one main course and then get access to a salad buffet.

From the salad buffet, I recommend starting with the broccoli cream soup if you like something thick or the onion soup or minestrone for something more smooth.

At the buffet, one can find all your favourite Astons side dishes, such as the tasty rice, potato salad, boiled vegetables, in addition to more items such as the mini cabbage, various salad options, and other starch such as mash potatoes. Quite a wide variety and not to mention, refillable fountain drinks.

At a recent visit, I went with the Grainfed T-Bone Steak ($31.90). Done medium rare, I found one half of it quite tough while the other half of the T-bone was actually juicy and tender. For more consistency, go for the Ribeye ($31.90), a fatty piece of meat that is consistent all around.

I noticed that a lot of individuals just came here , had lunch and laze the afternoon away on the complimentary coffee.

Service was generally efficient.
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• 02 Apr 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

astons steakhouse orchard road the PLACE

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my family comprising of my wife n 1 son n me went to astons for steaks. the place was easy to locate. restaurant was in a mall.
we ordered ribeye x-cut steaks which came with assorted salads n soups n desserts. had a round of heineken bers before the meal arrived. medium rare superbly prepared. delicious. stomach full at the end of the meal. worth every dollar. we went there again a second time and it was fabulous.
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