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Prive Grill

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Privé Grill offers an extensive selection of top-quality steaks, including grain fed, grass fed, organic, hormone-free or antibiotic-free cuts, which have been carefully sourced to complement the Josper-grilling technique. Aside from perfectly grilled steaks, Privé Grill serves up tantalizing appetizers, mouth-watering mains and decadent desserts with a breathtaking waterfront view.

Mon - Fri: 12:00 - 15:00

Mon - Fri: 19:00 - 22:30

Sat - Eve of PH: 18:30 - 23:30

Closed: Sun & PH

+65 67760777
$95 based on 17 submissions
Business Dining (6 votes), Anniversary (5 votes), Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (4 votes)
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Waterfront Fine Dining!

Went there for an anniversary dinner with the girlfriend.

Ordered the US Snake River Farms Wagyu Grain-Fed Angus - New York Striploin @ $58 and the N.Z. Wakunui 150-Day Grain-Fed Black Angus - Ribeye @ $48 - both items are fantastic. I am not a steak afficianado but I've tried low to mid end steaks at outlets like L'Entrecote and Jack's Place... I can say that the steaks here are far superior than those with perfect tenderness, juiciness and flavouring. As always both steaks were ordered medium-rare.

There was a complimentary bread basket and a simple starter as well as some very very delicious and unique potato chips with cheese sauce - probably the best chips I've ever eaten. We changed the fries to the Duck Fat Fries with Truffle Mayonnaise and while I think most high-end restaurants struggle to match the deliciousness of Macdonald's fries, these truffle fries with the sauce was heavenly... really delicious. If I had to choose between those and Macs fries as my last meal I will have a real headache.

Total damage for 2x was around $120-$130, without desserts or wine.

No complaints about the service. The staff were knowlegeable and prompt. The ambience was magnificient. I will definitely return some day.

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  • Duck Fat Fries3 votes
  • U.S. Creekstone Angus Eye of the Ribeye2 votes
  • Charcoal Grill Steak1 vote
  • NZ Savannah Angus Ribeye1 vote
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• 16 Apr 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Waterfront Fine Dining!

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Went there for an anniversary dinner with the girlfriend.

Ordered the US Snake River Farms Wagyu Grain-Fed Angus - New York Striploin @ $58 and the N.Z. Wakunui 150-Day Grain-Fed Black Angus - Ribeye @ $48 - both items are fantastic. I am not a steak afficianado but I've tried low to mid end steaks at outlets like L'Entrecote and Jack's Place... I can say that the steaks here are far superior than those with perfect tenderness, juiciness and flavouring. As always both steaks were ordered medium-rare.

There was a complimentary bread basket and a simple starter as well as some very very delicious and unique potato chips with cheese sauce - probably the best chips I've ever eaten. We changed the fries to the Duck Fat Fries with Truffle Mayonnaise and while I think most high-end restaurants struggle to match the deliciousness of Macdonald's fries, these truffle fries with the sauce was heavenly... really delicious. If I had to choose between those and Macs fries as my last meal I will have a real headache.

Total damage for 2x was around $120-$130, without desserts or wine.

No complaints about the service. The staff were knowlegeable and prompt. The ambience was magnificient. I will definitely return some day.
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• 19 Jan 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Service is good but food quality can be improved

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went for dinner with hubby last Friday, 16 Jan 2015, service was really good, staff were all very courteous and attentive. Unfortunately the food quality was really bad, we had a dozen oyster and the oyster were not fresh and we had to return it to the kitchen, the beef steak we ordered also below expectation and the side vegetable were overly salty (to our taste).
 
 Overall we had a good time due to the service and a good bottle of italian red wine.
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• 30 Sep 2014 • 151 reviews • 28 followers

Great steaks with a perfect view

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Located on Keppel Island, Privé Grill arguably has the most beautiful setting out of any of the steakhouses in Singapore.   With the selection of well marbled beef and Angus, the knowledge of their Spanish Josper grill is enough to make your mouth water over any of their steaks. My top pick would have to be the eye of the ribeye. At $58, the 340g steak is excellent value, and of course, utterly tasty.

Privé Grill was recently included in the City Nomads top 10 steaks restaurants of Singapore
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