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(Closed) Black Angus Steakhouse (Closed)

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Located on NUS Law Campus, Black Angus Steakhouse  specializes in Western cuisine. Ever Since Black Angus Singapore opened its first doors outside the USA at Orchard Parade Hotel in November 1997,Diners in Singapore have had the privilege of dining at one of America's finest Steakhouse.

Daily: 11:30 - 15:00

Daily: 18:00 - 23:00

+65 64681191
$55 based on 14 submissions
Dinner (7 votes), Quiet (7 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (5 votes)
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Great food, Great Service, Good Ambience.. :) Happy Customer!

I have visited this place twice, and love it to bits! So do my colleagues and friends!

I have only tried the steak here, can't seem to recall the name of the dish, but it is a tenderloin. Cost $42.90 ++. The steak is juicy and well cooked to my liking (medium well). The sauce is heavenly too. The vege asparagus is crunchy and fresh.. The potato is a well cooked potato (no idea how to describe it, just plain delicious potato).

All in all, I am so pleased with the steak that I just keep going back for more. Hence, I haven't given the other dishes a try. :P

Service is top notch too, with occasional visits by the service staff, asking whether we were okay with the food, whether we needed more items etc. :)

Overall, a great place to hang out for leisure or business meetings (pretty quiet during weekday lunch time). I will be sure to go back again.. looking forward to it!

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• 13 Jul 2010 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Great food, Great Service, Good Ambience.. :) Happy Customer!

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I have visited this place twice, and love it to bits! So do my colleagues and friends!

I have only tried the steak here, can't seem to recall the name of the dish, but it is a tenderloin. Cost $42.90 ++. The steak is juicy and well cooked to my liking (medium well). The sauce is heavenly too. The vege asparagus is crunchy and fresh.. The potato is a well cooked potato (no idea how to describe it, just plain delicious potato).

All in all, I am so pleased with the steak that I just keep going back for more. Hence, I haven't given the other dishes a try. :P

Service is top notch too, with occasional visits by the service staff, asking whether we were okay with the food, whether we needed more items etc. :)

Overall, a great place to hang out for leisure or business meetings (pretty quiet during weekday lunch time). I will be sure to go back again.. looking forward to it!

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  • My fav steak for now!
• 08 May 2010 • 84 reviews • 1 follower

lovely place for steak with views

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A colonial bungalow that has been re-done up, black angus imparts a very impressive first impression. the tender cuts of meat was also noteworthy and my medium rare steak was done very nicely. with the botanic garden view paired with nice selection of wine and pleasant service, i will make my way here again very soon.
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• 02 Mar 2010 • 8 reviews • 0 follower

lovely service and sides

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The attention you will get at this place will make you want to leave a tip with a huge grateful smile. The location too, quiet and secluded enough to make you concentrate on having a lovely evening and forget everything else. But let's just focus on reviewing the food.

One thing to sum it up: great side dishes and value for money. Some restaurants needn't even bother about serving their wimpy sides of bland steamed vegetables that go untouched. No brocolli or steamed carrots here.

1. Lamb Rack

Fatty but as tasty as lamb should ever be. Came with a slab of pistachio butter and a dish of mint jelly. The sides were juicy mushrooms and asparagus and a mound of garlic mashed potatoes that required no sauce for flavour. I need to get that pistachio butter for my fridge.

2. Black Angus Ribeye Steak

A good, large size, tender at medium rare. The fats weren't as crisp as the steaks at Morton's, but how can we bring Morton's into this discussion, right? A respectable steak otherwise, able to hold its own without the savoury truffle mushroom sauce (thoughtfully put on the side). Came with a tangle of shoestring onion crisps and a soft baked potato running over with sour cream.

I would return because I value variety in one meal, and the service is excellent. Such sincere, happy smiles.

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The management of Black Angus Steakhouse (Closed) responded to this review:
31 Dec 2010
Dear Plum Moss



thank you for your comment, we hope that we can continue to serve you with the upmost service and that you will continue to enjoy our airflown U.S. Steaks in Black Angus@ NUS Bukit Timah Campus

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