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Astons Specialties

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Western
Located on East Coast Road, sells western food.

Mon - Thu: 11:30 - 22:00

Fri - Sat: 11:30 - 23:00

PH: 11:30 - 23:00

Sun: 11:30 - 22:00

+65 62477857
$16 based on 102 submissions
Dinner (47 votes), Vibrant/Noisy (41 votes), Lunch (36 votes)
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Good value for Money steak

I stay at Katong and always wondered why there is a queue outside Astons. It was originally at Alibaba, but it started its own shops to great success. With food so expensive these days, a steak would normally go for 20-30$ in a restaurant, but Astons was $15 so it's 30% cheaper, and the taste is quite good too, fresh because the volume is simply so high here! When I get tired of eating food courts steaks but cannot afford restaurant steaks, I will think of Astons.

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• 04 Mar 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Food is Quite Nice but Service cannot make it

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Order Black Pepper Chicken go with Ice Chocolate Drinks & Spicy Chicken Spaghetti with Mushroom Soup + Root Beer. Food quite okay, Ice Chocolate is warm chocolate dont feel the cold at all, right the end I still request ice to add myself. Arrived for late dinner at 9pm, serve me a table in e mid of the path like no where else. I request to have a corner sit and mention is only for 4pax but I seen alot of couple 2 pax sitting as well but why I am not able to? is okay I just sit at the seat allocated and the server there ask me to change due to they want to do cleaning as they are closing soon. When I changed to another table, another server asked me a weird Qns, why we changed inform? Oh pls! is your internal workmate ask me to change why mus I do a job to tell u all? Service really is problem. From the start I stepped in, no one serve us a table till I go right in to the restaurant req for table, picking table, change table, qns customer. VERY BAD EXPERIENCE.
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• 01 Jan 2014 • 22 reviews • 0 follower

Good value for Money steak

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I stay at Katong and always wondered why there is a queue outside Astons. It was originally at Alibaba, but it started its own shops to great success. With food so expensive these days, a steak would normally go for 20-30$ in a restaurant, but Astons was $15 so it's 30% cheaper, and the taste is quite good too, fresh because the volume is simply so high here! When I get tired of eating food courts steaks but cannot afford restaurant steaks, I will think of Astons.
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• 16 Dec 2013 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

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I first visited aston's a few years back when I didn't know how to appreciate the yummy goodness of beef. Now my dad and I frequent the T1 outlet and this outlet more, because of after food shopping at i12 katong. I ordered a porterhouse and dad had a prime ribeye xtra cut. Steak was good, both our meat had a smokey flavor to it, not sure about what they added or maybe they grilled them over charcoal. I like my steak medium rare but dad isn't a steak expert and has his well done (so wrong on so many levels, if you seriously despise raw beef then AT LEAST go for a medium). I think it's because of the cultural difference that makes Asians in general dislike the idea of raw beef. For the sides, I had Mac & cheese with coleslaw while dad had a baked potato which I unfortunately did not get the opportunity to try because dad really likes his potatoes. I feel that the Mac & cheese sauce is somewhere between water and gravy, it's just not the right consistency for me and I would have definitely preferred it slightly thicker with more 'volume'. We also ordered a mushroom soup side which came in the middle of our steak meal, is it hard to ladle your premade diluted canned soup into a bowl and dump two pretoasted garlic bread slices on the side? Overall it's a great experience, really. I don't order any other main but beef, I just don't want anything but valuable money worthy beef whenever I visit aston's :)
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