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$102/pax

based on 67 reviews
Top Must Try Dishes
Smoked Tomato Soup5 votes
all the various cuts of meat.3 votes
tenderloin3 votes
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Dinner36 votes
Romance/First Dates25 votes
Lunch24 votes
After Work16 votes
Wine Lists16 votes
Girls Night Out15 votes
Quiet15 votes
Boys Night Out14 votes
Business Dining14 votes
Hidden Find11 votes
Large Groups/Gathering11 votes
Private Dining11 votes
Fine Dining8 votes
Chillout7 votes
Vibrant/Noisy5 votes
Alfresco/Outdoor Dining3 votes
Anniversary3 votes
Children/Family3 votes
Corporate Events3 votes

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amuse bouche
 • 12 Dec 2009 18 reviews 1 follower
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Been here @12 times. Always good. Smoky tomato soup is a favorite. Also, anyone who adds bacon to onion soup is OK with me. Always favor the tenderloin, but the sea bass is good too. Sides are all good, especially truffle fries and root vegetables. Apple crumble is our favorite dessert. Also love the ambience (only deducting a point because the loo is so far away). Enjoy!
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Dinner, Romance/First Dates

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ebishisomaki
 • 06 Nov 2009 2 reviews 0 follower
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Went back to Bedrock today with the wife at the invitation of Mr. Kevin Khoo, The Manager. Items ordered were:

- half dozen oysters

- 2 X Australian ribeyes done medium, one with the pinot noir reduction and the other with the hot whisky mustard

- truffle fries

- rocket salad

- black forest dome for dessert

- 2 X San Pellegrino /w lemon slices

The wife had the oysters and commented that they were very fresh and delicious. I must also say that they are some of the biggest live oysters I have ever seen. The ribeyes were done perfectly this time round and the sides were wonderful. I am really glad I decided to try the hot whiskey mustard instead of sticking the black pepper sauce, which I really liked too. The truffle fries were excellent and I would return just for the fries alone! The rocket salad was decent, ordinary possibly, but no complains from me as one mediocre side out of an outstanding full steak dinner is definitely acceptable. The black forest dome was really rich but very satisfying if shared and accompanied by a strong cup of espresson/coffee or tea.

Overall, this evening's dining experience was what I expected from all the rave reviews and I was not disappointed at all. The Manager appears to be a soft spoken gentleman who gets the job done. Our previous less than satisfying dining experience was followed by a personal apologetic phone call and invitation by him within the hour.

I would definitely return in the near future. Thanks Kevin!
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ebishisomaki
 • 31 Oct 2009 2 reviews 0 follower
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Typically, I would wait 6 months after a restaurant opens so that they can smooth out opening kinks before trying them. However, I have read/heard enough good things about Bedrock to make an exception.

Service was good but the Indian waiter's attempt at a Morton-ish menu presentation was marred by his thick accent and was comical at best. The wife and I both ordered the Pepper Steak. Her's was ordered medium-well and mine medium but they both turned out beyond well-done at the point of serving. Having the steak served on a sizzling plate only made things worse as by the time I finished half of my steak, the other half was just too tough.

To be fair, the Captain did offer to change my steak but I politely declined. For a steakhouse to mess up both steaks on a 2 steak order was just inexcuseable. The shoe string fries were good but nothing to write home to mama about. The sauteed mushrooms were decent too although a little bland. For dessert, we ordered the Crumble For Two and this was disappointing too. The crumble tasted a little burnt and the filling was not sweet enough for a dessert. A little more cinnamom might have helped too.

The best item we ordered was deinitely my trusty San Pellegrino. In the end, one steak was waived from our bill although I did not make any fuss over the overcooked steaks. May return to try them in 3 months only because there is a lack of decently priced quality steakhouses around. In the meantime, it's back to Morton's to clean my palate...
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I spent $65 per person.

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Dinner, Romance/First Dates

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