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The Steakhouse

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The Steakhouse is proud to be the only steak specialist around the bustling Clarke Quay specialising in prime cuts of Australian Angus Beef offering guests a fulfilling meal of only the best meats that are skilfully prepared on the charcoal grill, bringing out its intrinsic flavour and goodness.

Daily: 18:00 - 00:00

+65 63321010
$91 based on 33 submissions
Dinner (15 votes), After Work (11 votes), Business Dining (9 votes)
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One of the best steaks in a cosy & romantic setup

We decided to have a nice dinner in Dec '14 at Clarke Quay, and settled for The Steakhouse. It was indeed one of the best steaks we've tried. Perfect 10 for the food! Just wish the price tag would have been equally ideal (we spent S$188 on 3 dishes). It was a sleek and cozy setup, perfect for a romantic dinner. The service staff were knowledgeable and attentive, and were able to give us real recommendations on the menu. We didn't try that many dishes, but they were all delicious.

Refer to our blog for details and photos of the food: https://angiekayexplorer.wordpress.com/2015/01/01/review-the-steakhouse-clarke-quay-singapore/

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• 02 Mar 2015 • 12 reviews • 0 follower

One of the best steaks in a cosy & romantic setup

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We decided to have a nice dinner in Dec '14 at Clarke Quay, and settled for The Steakhouse. It was indeed one of the best steaks we've tried. Perfect 10 for the food! Just wish the price tag would have been equally ideal (we spent S$188 on 3 dishes). It was a sleek and cozy setup, perfect for a romantic dinner. The service staff were knowledgeable and attentive, and were able to give us real recommendations on the menu. We didn't try that many dishes, but they were all delicious.

Refer to our blog for details and photos of the food: https://angiekayexplorer.wordpress.com/2015/01/01/review-the-steakhouse-clarke-quay-singapore/
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• 31 Aug 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

Worst service in Singapore

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We're from Australia and this was the worst service we received in Singapore. For the price you pay you would expect at least half decent service but the waiters were rude and I would recommend to steer clear.
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• 06 Feb 2013 • 51 reviews • 1 follower

Good steak!

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For a full review, please visit:

http://urbanjourney.com/food-and-drink/the-steakhouse-clarke-quay-422
The Steakhouse delivers a sizzling, sophisticated culinary experience inside with an impressive menu of premium Australian and US Black Angus Beef and a delectable selection of seafood appetizers that have all the making of a perfect surf & turf experience.

We started off with the New England Clam Chowder, which as natives of Boston, we are always skeptical of ordering outside my hometown, but Chef Manuel Gruber has an interesting take on this Boston classic, piling in a hearty portion of New Zealand mussels and bacon bits to give it a flavor all its own.

When it comes to the meat, our cut is almost always the intricately marbled US Black Angus Rib-Eye cooked medium rare (closer to rare) sprinkled with a bit of salt to lock in the full flavor of the meat.

 For the sides, you can’t go wrong with Creamed Spinach or Grilled Green Asparagus with Bearnaise Sauce and either the Potatoes Gratin or Mashed Potatoes as welcome accompaniments.

If you’ve saved up enough room for dessert, then we recommend diving into the White & Dark Mocca Mousse, which is a delightful set of flavors that nicely balance off the salty meat flavor from earlier.

Put all that together with some friendly conversation and a couple glasses of their admirable red wine collection, and we are all but certain you will walk away satisfied, albeit quite full and a bit lighter in the wallet.
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