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Stirling offers a fine selection of Western Cuisine to fully satisfy your palate and includes All Bay Breakfasts to sumptous Evening mains and irresistible Canapes and Tapas.

Mon - Thu: 11:30 - 14:00

Mon - Thu: 18:00 - 00:00

Fri - Sat: 11:30 - 14:00

Fri - Sat: 18:00 - 01:00

Sun: 11:30 - 14:00

Sun: 18:00 - 00:00

+65 64699096
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Delicious Crispy King Salmon

$2 for a burger? Yes, it is quite unbelievable that one can still find quality gourmet burgers at such an affordable price (other than McDonald's). From meats to cheese, practically anything can be grilled and the standards are consistent. Take for example the Grilled Halloumi Salad ($9+), a mouth-watering mix of baby spinach and slightly crisp Greek cheese, which gets a fresh bright punch from the dressing and tomatoes. Even fruits like watermelon ($12+) were not saved from the hot grill and ended up as a delightful appetizer served with Parma ham and rocket salad.

I would devote the space reserved originally for desserts, all for another plate of Crispy King Salmon ($23+).With a gently-salted and delicately crisp skin falling away to perfectly cooked interior, this dish is testament of the chef's proficiency. I like the idea of using sesame seeds, seaweed flakes in the creamy mash and the savoury roe toppings as they truly enhanced the taste of the moist pink flesh.

For full review and pics: www.dairycream.blogspot.com

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20 Jan 2015 • 257 reviews • 8 followers

Delicious Crispy King Salmon

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$2 for a burger? Yes, it is quite unbelievable that one can still find quality gourmet burgers at such an affordable price (other than McDonald's). From meats to cheese, practically anything can be grilled and the standards are consistent. Take for example the Grilled Halloumi Salad ($9+), a mouth-watering mix of baby spinach and slightly crisp Greek cheese, which gets a fresh bright punch from the dressing and tomatoes. Even fruits like watermelon ($12+) were not saved from the hot grill and ended up as a delightful appetizer served with Parma ham and rocket salad.

I would devote the space reserved originally for desserts, all for another plate of Crispy King Salmon ($23+).With a gently-salted and delicately crisp skin falling away to perfectly cooked interior, this dish is testament of the chef's proficiency. I like the idea of using sesame seeds, seaweed flakes in the creamy mash and the savoury roe toppings as they truly enhanced the taste of the moist pink flesh.

For full review and pics: www.dairycream.blogspot.com
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04 Jan 2015 • 134 reviews • 5 followers

Sitrling, affordable western fare!

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For more details, please visit http://www.foodesteem.com/2015/01/stirling.html   Along Upper Bukit Timah Road, right opposite the Bukit Timah Shopping Centre, is a row of shophouses, selling food and aim to make every diner leave with a happy belly.   Outdoor area is to accommodate the pub-goers for a drink and chat, while interior is more suitable for a cozy meal, as well as a romantic dinner with your partner.   Not an alcoholic drinker, we had the mocktails, Shirley Temple ($5.00) and Fruit Punch ($5.00). Both are thirst-quenching drinks and sweetness is being balanced out for a soothing drink among the meals.   Grilled Watermelon ($12.00). Recommended appetizer which uses fresh watermelon and roasted till sweet, with topped with parma ham and based with rocket salad. The striking combination of fruit and ham does give me a sense of doubt for the taste it might produce, but I took back my thought. Juicy and sweet watermelon, topped with parma ham that comes a little on the salty side goes perfectly fine!   One of Stirling's signatures, Crispy King Salmon ($23.00) topped up fork crushed potato, creamy dill and leek sauce. Crispy salmon skin is the highlight of the dish, which we don't usually get it in other places, and salmon is cooked to perfect, not making the salmon too dry up for enjoyment.   Another signature of Stirling, Gentleman's Cut ($38.00 for 300g). Between the choice of sirloin or ribeye, steak comes with avocado butter and in-house seasoning. For a balanced meal, it also comes with a portion of sauteed mix vegetable and truffle fries is not to be left out for a complete meal. I requested for a rare-done which I enjoyed it! 75% redness through the centre, the meat is soft and juicy. If you are steak-eater, and similarly like your steak to be rare done, Stirling should be in your list.   Truffle Fries ($7.00). Truffle Fries is a common item in most cafes, but what makes Stirling's version striking is that each fries are equally tossed with truffle oil, salt and pepper, thus every inch of the fries gets "tagged" with truffle taste.   Cheesy Risotto Balls ($5.00). As the name describe, the bite into the ball will release the cheese into your mouth. Not the flowing cheese like custard bun, but Stirling is pretty generous with the cheese, and the crispy outer add on to the overall experience.   For more details, please visit http://www.foodesteem.com/2015/01/stirling.html
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02 Jan 2015 • 207 reviews • 1 follower

Nice chill-lax restaurant in Bukit Timah

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For full review and pictures, do visit therantingpanda.comThe Food It is quite a wide mix of western fare at Stirling restaurant, from mains such as its famous charcoal grilled steaks to duck breast to salmon. Our favourite dish of the day has got to be the Crispy King Salmon ($23), which was pan-seared to crispy texture and served with potato and creamy leek sauce. The fresh and optimally cooked salmon impressed us with its taste, perfectly balanced with the creamy mashed potato. Can we have more of the crispy salmon skin as well? Possibly the best main here!
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24 Dec 2014 • 38 reviews • 0 follower

A Stirling restaurant in Bukit Timah

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Read the more reviews with pictures here (http://mediumrareandothers.blogspot.com/2014/12/stirling-bar-grill-cheong-nam-road.html)!

It's been a long time since we last visited this place. The west side's supper strip akin to the East's Simpang Bedok, this place is seemed different from its heydays with all the construction for the new train line. There're much lesser prata stalls, and a whole lot of indie restaurants and cafes on this strip. Great for us foodies. We visited one of them today, raved by many other bloggers, Stirling Grill & Bar.   It's not difficult to spot, as the sign board is pretty prominent. The incandescent lights made the entire well-decorated place all the more cozier. Also, the alfresco area is perfect for football matches gathering, after all, they have a wide variety of beers at pretty affordable prices. Plus, they have snacks like Beef Sliders going for only $2 each. What's beer without bites?   The interior is another impressive sight as well- a well-stocked bar with four draft beers on tap, long communal tables for big groups, velvet purple seats, all perfect for a couples night out or just some happy chatter. We pored over the menu and decided to go with a few of the tried-and-tested, and some adventurous ones:   Halloumi Salad ($9)Pan-seared greek cheese served with baby spinach, tomato and capsicum salsa   Délicieux Duck Breast ($25)Pan-seared duck breast with creamy truffle mushroom sauce with asparagus and oven baked baby potatoes   Ultimate Grilled Chicken ($16)Charcoal grilled chicken thigh, served with herb tomato sauce, summer vegetables and paprika fries   Signature Steaks ($29/35)  for 200/250gramsSlow charcoal grill before finishing off with high intense heat. Topped with avocado butter and seasoned with our own in-house seasoning and gravy. Served with sautéed mix vegetable and truffle fries.   Classic Crepes ($6)Choice of nutella/ lemon zest, served with vanilla ice-cream    Taking advantage of the happy hour rates, we ordered two glasses of ice cold draft beer. If you order two glasses, you get the next one free.    Sipping on our beer, our Halloumi Salad ($9) came first....

Read the complete review with pictures here (http://mediumrareandothers.blogspot.com/2014/12/stirling-bar-grill-cheong-nam-road.html)!
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05 Dec 2014 • 348 reviews • 55 followers

Best Grills In The West

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Full Stirling Bar & Grill review here: http://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.sg/2014/12/stirling-bar-grill-tasting-session.html


Stirling Bar & Grill opened its doors in May 2013, and within less than a year, has garnered rave reviews for its excellent grilled dishes, especially their Australian grain fed beef steaks. Owner Elwyn Chan, who also operates his own fund management company on the upper levels of this shophouse, tells us he's lucky to have Chef Collin Tan, a bona fide grill master, heading up the kitchen at Stirling Bar & Grill. Chef Collin, the former chief griller at Clarke Quay’s ‘The Steakhouse’, takes grilling seriously, investing much time and effort daily to setup his grill, and controls the fire at just the right temperature to produce plate after plate of perfectly grilled meats.

I visited Stirling Bar & Grill after work with collegues A and B. Located towards one end of Cheong Chin Nam Road, you'll have to walk by several other tantalizing food options before you locate Stirling Bar & Grill. I like that there's both indoor and outdoor al-fresco dining, the outdoor seating is perfect for relaxing on a cool night, and Elwyn even engages local musicians to perform live throughout the year. Indoor seating is comfortable, but rather limited, and while the dim indoor lighting is perfect for a romantic date, it's tough on photography. I like the mixture of furniture and art pieces stewn around the dining area, it lends a certain modern cultural vibrancy to the room.

During our visit, all of the front of house staff at Stirling Bar & Grill were unfortunately, away on leave. That left Elwyn serving and managing the entire place by himself during dinner, which he performed admirably. But I'll probably have to come by again to get an accurate assessment of how the service at Stirling Bar & Grill is really like. I also learnt that they only use industrial grade charcoal here, which produces a more intense heat as compared to the regular charcoal you get at supermarkets.

The menu at Stirling Bar & Grill is unashamedly Western style, heavily influenced by the American Chicago steakhouses. The grilled items are the star here, whether meat or vegetable. Chef Collin's skill on the grill is evident in the taste; his meats and poultry have a smoky grilled aroma, without burns or charring, while still retaining a good amount of moisture and juices. Portions are decently sized for 1 person, and we all agreed prices here are very reasonable and affordable for the quality of food. Budget about SGD $34 per person for a meal at Stirling Bar & Grill.


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