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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
$98 based on 15 submissions
Business Dining (5 votes), Anniversary (4 votes), Birthdays (4 votes)
The City Nomad

Great steaks with a perfect view

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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30 Sep 2014 • 145 reviews • 29 followers

Great steaks with a perfect view

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
17 Sep 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Dining with a view

Went there to have dinner on a friday night, food was quite good, service was good also, would try outdoor seating in the future. For more detailed review please read my food blog - http://gmfoodreviews.blogspot.sg/
05 Apr 2014 • 336 reviews • 3 followers

Prive - little slice of paradise

I visited Prive Restaurant a few years back, so we thought it was due another visit finally. The romantic Prive Grill Restaurant is nestled at a beautiful spot named 2 Keppel Bay Vista, Singapore 098382 and the number to dial is 6776 0777.   We debated whether to sit indoors and enjoy the cool-airconditioning, or to indulge in the exquisite alfresco dining here, allowing the breezes to cool our skin instead. The outdoors are tastefully furnished and each table is endorsed by Flos lamps to create a romantic ambience admist views of the sweeping marina and lush greenery.   Our Appetizer came aboard finally - something that was not in the menu, a special for the night - Soft Shell Crab with Wasabi Mayo (SGD$16.00). It was rather crispy, and the crab meat was freshly-sweet. The wasabi-mayo was a tad too sweet though, and there was no hint of wasabi's stinging piquance at all. Also, don't be fooled by the seemingly thick crab as shown in this photo - there was a rather thick layer of flour encrusting this delicacy.   My main course was the Seared Scallop Risoni - which came with smokey, springy scallops of sapid sumptuousness, tomatoes, basil, lobster broth and soft Orzo grains (barley-like texture). The lobster broth added the rich touch of seafood to the dish, and the entire pasta dish was rather good, though I still prefer risotto dishes.   The Beau's Main Course was the Pan-Roasted Duck Breast - served with Caramelized Endive and Butternut Pumpkin. The duck breast was very rather tender, and rather ambrosial in its taste. There was also a certain chewy-ness to certain parts that appeared somewhat raw / uncooked. We didnt know if it was a deliberate effort, but as ducks could be eaten with medium doneness, we continued eating. The sweet butternut pumpkin chunks were a sweet contrast to the savoury delicacy.   Prive cooks its meat on their special Spanish-imported Josper grill that leaves meat succulent yet not greasy nor dry, so this notion was much appreciated.   For more detailed information and photos, please feel free to visit: http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2014/04/dinner-at-prive-grill-keppel-bay.html

03 Mar 2014 • 473 reviews • 68 followers

Disappointing

It was a Friday and we were in a jovial mood (duh!) so decided to take a break from work and pop by Privé for a leisurely lunch.    We initially wanted a table indoors but unfortunately there was a huge party going on inside so we decided to brave the afternoon heat to escape the noise. Thankfully the sun was rather merciful that afternoon although the place could really do with more fans, especially with so many tables sharing a few miserly fans. Sitting alfresco has its upside though, offering a view of the sea and the luxurious condominiums surrounding the area.   Complimentary bread - Served up warm, the complimentary bread was pretty decent, especially the walnut raisin bread - mildly sweet and fragrant with a nutty aftertaste and texture.   Sautéed Mushrooms - This dish was suppose to feature truffle oil but sadly, it didn't show up. And a poached egg with a solid yolk? Seriously? Mushrooms were average by the way.    Grilled Australian Grass Fed Rib Eye - I hate to say this but the rib eye was terrible. For starters, the meat was unevenly cooked with some parts being rarer than others. Also, the texture was rubbery and I had a tough time trying to chomp through it. The salt and pepper seasoning was probably the only thing that was done right. What has happened to the standard of their beef?!!   Pineapple Tarte Tatin -I held a faint glimmer of hope that desserts would set our lunch right but alas, it failed to do so. The whole thing was a little too burnt with the pastry coming across as a tad too hard. Only redeeming factor was the real vanilla bean ice cream, which was smooth and a joy to consume on a hot day.     At $35++/pax for such mediocre food, this was probably the worst value I had ever gotten for a set lunch. I shudder to think how dinner would turn out. Gone are the days of the good old Privé I once knew.   See all my pictures here
19 Jan 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Nice but Overrated

My wife booked Prive for our 16-year wedding anniversary. We were escorted to our table by friendly and pleasant staff. We were served promplty and the whole time the staff were very accomodating and pleasant.

The way they held the wine bottle and poured the wine suggested this was a fine dining place, but then the shock happened! We were half way thru our entree when they brought out the main course. Are they serious? any respectbale restaurant knows that the main is only to be brought out when people have finished their entrees and the table has been cleared. This is normal restaurant ettiquette.

So i have a choice, send back the plate or accept it. I chose to accept it fearing something sinister may happen to the meal whilst it was back in the kitchen. What were they trying to do; get us out of the resturant to make way for the next lot of people????? I was really upset about this and dissapointed considering the expereince so far had been very good. Seriously the restaurant management and chef need to have a look at this.

The restauant ambience was ok, but nothing spectacular, i definetly wouldnt be raving on about it. We spent $326 which was fine for our wedding annversary but the experience was definetly not worth $326.