Mon - Sat: 18:00 - 22:00
The Market Grill provides visitors an option of simple and generous portions of freshly grilled market produce. Leading the culinary direction and helming the kitchen is Executive Chef Colin West.
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A Steakhouse with No Reservation Please!! The first time I heard about this, this statement really sticks. Of course, Aston's has been practising this policy, but we are talking about different class of steakhouse altogether here. So intrigues by it, we decided to give it a try after a quick browse of their menu online.
We rocked up about 8PM and we were lucky that we manage to get a seat. The last table at the back, however we did not mind at all. We got to see the pit master working the grill and preparing the food.
Starter was Lobster Bisque ($25), Frog Leg ($24) and 1/2 doz Pacific Oyster ($18). The fresh Pacific Oyster was huge, juicy, firm yet slippery. Although there was the vinaigrette dressing, I still prefer mine with a squirt of lemon juice. The Lobster Bisque is not part of the actual menu, instead it was in the Chef's Recommendation Board Menu. Robust, creamy with bitter taste at the end. They put the Gruyère cheese, croutons and butter on the side for you to add based on your preference.
Frog Legs are cooked with garlic and butter. It was so much bigger compare to the frog leg that I normally had in my frog porridge, almost to the size of the leg of a mini spring chicken. While the legs are covered with garlic and other herbs, the taste was not overpowering. The meat is springy, succulent and tasty. I would not order this but LD insisted. Good choice dear.
Of course dining in The Market Grill, you must try the steak. We had Wagyu Chuck Rib – 600 gram ($72), with sides sautéed field mushroom ($11) and mash potatoes ($8). The chuck rib was quite thick, served on a wooden plank and cut to a few slices. We asked for medium rare,but it turn out to be medium. However, the meat is tender and succulent, especially the cut in the middle. Seasoning on the meat was the humble salt with sweet caramelised onions on top. Yum Yum
The mashed potatoes was thick, solid and goes well with the meat. Unfortunately the garlic on the sautéed mushroom was just to overpowering and missing the buttery flavour. We personally feel that sautéed mushroom and garlic just does not goes hand in hand. Butter, salt and pepper are good enough.
We decided to skip the desserts as we were stuffed. Service in TMG is excellent. It is casual, friendly and attentive just like atmosphere in TMG. The décor is simple with industrial flair. It is no fuss steakhouse where the food are the stars here.
Overall, the food, the service and the atmosphere is just great. I like the bold concept of taking no reservation. It just show the management have the utter confidence in the product. Kudos to them. We'll definitely come back to try the CW burgers. Cheers!!
First up the service was horrendous. Waitresses were curt and rude, made minimal effort to show you to your table (Default is the bar if you cannot wait). Ordered the Lobster roll which frankly wasn't impressive at all. For the price paid would have got a better experience at a fine dining restaurant (48++ for a main dish). If you have a special someone to bring for a meal, look elsewhere.
i am so disappointed with the burger I had this evening.
i paid over $30 for what I can only describe a very average burger with "out of the freezer " chips.
i was really looking forward to it and enjoyed a cider while I excitedly waited for my food.
The cider was far too sweet but I coukd forgive them for that as it was bought in.
The burger however was so disappointing - the patty itself was reasonable enough but the bun and rest of the contents were lacking in adding anything.
For the price I expected so much more.
Perhaps the rest of the menu is a better standard, but beware if you are thinking of going for a burger,
i will definitely be going elsewhere for a burger in the future.
So to say the menu was half available is a bit of an exageration, but most of my first choices were unavailable. Which is a record in XX years of eating out. See the picture and make up your own mind!
So we plumped for the Ribeye which was fattier than usual, cheaper I mean. I was unimpressed, my steak fanatic friend was unimpressed and we will both probably not return any time soon.