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Best Steak Singapore – 24 incredible steak restaurants 2023


Brian Kennett

Brian Kennett

Amateur Chef and Travelling Foodie Extraordinaire

Best Steak in SG – 2023 is a blog dedicated to the carnivores and meat connoisseurs on Red Dot. We invite you to savour our Juiciest Cuts: Singapore's Best Steak

Singapore is renowned for its diverse culinary scene, which includes a wide range of foreign cuisines. A good ol’ juicy steak is a dish that never fails to satisfy both locals and visitors. We’ll take you on a tour of the finest steakhouses in Singapore, from fine dining to casual eateries.

Expensive steak restaurants does not mean good steak restaurants or the best steak restaurants. We are sharing with you here our Premium restaurant list serving the best steak in SG according to ISLIFEARECIPE. This is not a sponsored blog, like you will see from other food blogs.

It also doesn’t have to be a steakhouse to serve the best steak in SG. I hope you will find that below from our review of the best steak in SG and our top 24 incredible steak restaurants.

At well-doneness, the quality of the steak makes no difference because all of the fats and flavour have been burnt to oblivion—you could consume a tyre and it would taste the same. Please do not forget; Medium rare steak temp is 55-60 degrees Centigrade.

For those who are still reading, here is our top 24 best steak in SG. We truly hope you like our selections. We’re going to take you off the beaten track compared to so many other restaurant reviews that ‘borrow’ photos and text, having never even visited the restaurant, to our actual favourites. These are our reviews of the best steak in SG, these are where we eat, and where we return. Read on, and ENJOY!!!

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best steak in Sg

Premium steaks. These steaks usually cost $70++ or more per piece. Expense truly does NOT mean 'good' or the best steaks in SG.

Although not cheap, the 24 best steak restaurants listed below are among the finest in Singapore in our eyes. Being expensive does not always imply good, and I’ve experienced a few pricey steakhouses that managed to ruin top-quality meat. That’s why, if it’s well-known but not included here, you can kind of guess why. Medium rare steak temp is 55-60 degrees Centigrade, and remember seasoning. @ very simple things to remember, whatever grade of restaurant you are. That is why we have chosen these as our best steaks in Singapore.

We will be giving you an idea of the price-o-meter for each of these Singapore steak restaurants, by choosing one or two favourites off the menu. Hey, it needs to be apples to apples. Well, actually Ribeye Steak to Ribeye Steak

ChillaxBBQ teach you here how to cook a Wagyu Steak to Pink2Pink Perfection

Best Steak Singapore Chef David Pynt's Dry-Aged Blackmore Wagyu

The above is a 90-day dry-aged Blackmore Wagyu Ribeye from Chef Pynt of Burnt Ends. I was so very lucky to get this and then have the chance to reverse-sear cook at home. Look at that Pink2Pink Perfection… Just add sea salt & cracked black Kampot pepper. This was like a Tomahawk steak with a short bone, about 2.5″ thick. Stunning.

Best Steak in SG - 24 of the best steak restaurants in Singapore

Discover the 24 best restaurants in Singapore that offer the most tender and flavourful steaks, in our humble opinion. Discover the best cuts, a section on steak restaurants near me, cooking methods, medium rare steal temp, and accompaniments that set these steaks apart. The ISLIFEARECIPE crew are major carnivores, and our mouths are watering as we type this, you could almost say we are having a steak and shake.

Singapore is a foodie’s paradise, with a diverse selection of international cuisines accessible at every turn. Among the many choices, steak has long been a Singaporean favorite. Sinking your teeth into a perfectly cooked piece of meat, savoring its juiciness and taste, is something unique. You’ve come to the right spot if you’re looking for the best steak Singapore has to offer. In this article, we’ll walk you through the top restaurants in Singapore that serve the most delectable steaks, as well as the best cuts, cooking methods, and accompaniments that elevate these steaks.

Our Top 24 Restaurants to visit in Singapore for Best Steak in 2023 + 1 bonus in the Philippines

Wolfgang Puck's CUT at Marina Bay Sands

CUT by Wolfgang Puck is a steakhouse renowned for its high-quality cuts of meat, such as USDA Prime beef, Australian Angus, and Japanese Wagyu. For good reason, this restaurant has received numerous awards for its steaks. The meat is dry-aged on the premises, and the steaks are cooked over an open flame for a flawless char. CUT’s must-order dishes include bone-in ribeye, New York sirloin, and Japanese Wagyu meat. It truly deserves its one Michelin Star, the only Michelin-starred steakhouse in Singapore.

CUT by Wolfgang Puck, located in the iconic Marina Bay Sands, is a renowned fine dining restaurant known for its high-quality beef cuts. USDA Prime, Australian Angus, and Japanese Wagyu steaks are available, all grilled to perfection over an open flame. For a full indulgence, try their signature sides like creamed spinach and truffle fries.

The steak in the pic was from one very fortunate day at work when we had a seminar over lunch at Wolfgang Puck’s Cut, and I got to eat that bad boy. I so want this as one of the Steak restaurants near me.

CUT by Wolfgang Puck Is a Delectable Adventure You Won’t Forget in a while. Just go to the back and look at the dry aging fridges, foodie heaven!!!

Wolfgang Puck is one of the most famous chefs in the world, so you’ve undoubtedly heard of him if you have an interest in cuisine or celebrity chefs. Among his many culinary accomplishments is the CUT chain of restaurants, which provides a unique fine-dining environment. Plus up the top of MBS is his other restaurant, Spago (mentioned later).

Environment and Setting

There are now three locations of CUT by Wolfgang Puck in the United States: New York City, Las Vegas, and Beverly Hills. Though each establishment is distinctive in its own way, they are united in its dedication to providing exceptional food and service. And, now there is Cut by Wolfgang Puck in Singapore.

Food and Menu

CUT by Wolfgang Puck is distinguished from other steakhouses in part because it employs only the finest ingredients. USDA Prime, Japanese Wagyu, and Australian Black Angus are just a few of the beef selections available at each restaurant. Then he ups the ante by dry-aging the steaks in things like beef tallow. I mean, come on!!!

Costs and Availability

CUT by Wolfgang Puck has unparalleled service. Each restaurant’s staff is well-versed in the menu items and goes above and beyond to ensure that each customer enjoys a fantastic meal. The personnel at CUT will cater to your every need, whether you’re there to commemorate a big event or just for a fun night out with pals.

CUT by Wolfgang Puck is, in terms of cost, one of the more expensive options out there. This is not a cheap eatery, but the excellent cuisine and service are well worth the cost. The average cost of a three-course lunch for two people is between $100 and $200.

Pricing at CUT BY WOLFGANG PUCK is $$$$

USDA Prime, Illinois Corn-Fed, Aged 21 Days Ribeye Steak 400g @ $128

USDA Prime, Illinois Corn-Fed, Aged 21 Days New York Sirloin 350g @ $105

American Wagyu Snake River Farms Idaho Filet Mignon 170g @ $174

American Wagyu Snake River Farms Idaho New York Sirloin 230g @ $180

American Wagyu Snake River Farms Idaho Eye of Rib Steak 280g @ $185

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What does Cut by Wolfgang Puck have to say about itself?

CUT by Wolfgang Puck's first Asian outpost can be found at Marina Bay Sands Singapore. The critically acclaimed steak restaurant features a comfortably modern dining room designed by esteemed hospitality designer Tony Chi. The menu presents a contemporary twist on the classic steak restaurant, featuring the world's finest meats, poultry, and seafood, all complemented by house-made sauces and delectable sides. An extensive international wine list offers more than 500 outstanding selections. CUT is proud to have received a One Star rating in Singapore's first edition of the Michelin Guide, in 2016.

Click below; CUT BY WOLFGANG PUCK MENU, best steak in SG

Contact details, address, and opening hours for Cut by Wolfgang Puck

Address: 2 Bayfront Ave, B1 – 71, Singapore 018972
Phone: 6688 8517
Opening Hours;
Friday5–10 pm
Saturday5–10 pm
Sunday5–10 pm
Monday5–10 pm
Tuesday5–10 pm
Wednesday5–10 pm
Thursday5–10 pm

Bedrock Bar & Grill, below The Pan Pacific Serviced Suites

Bedrock Bar & Grill is a laid-back eatery ideal for a night out with friends or family. This restaurant offers some of Singapore’s best steaks, with an emphasis on grass-fed, free-range beef. The beef is grilled over a wood-fired grill for a smoky taste and a perfect sear. Bedrock’s signature meals include the Australian ribeye, US Black Angus fillet, and Australian tomahawk steak.

Bedrock Bar & Grill is the place to go for a traditional dining experience. Bedrock Bar & Grill, located in the heart of Orchard Road, offers premium cuts of beef, such as USDA Prime and Australian Grass-Fed, that have been dry-aged in-house for up to 40 days for maximum flavour. Their classic Caesar salad and onion rings are excellent starters, and their extensive wine selection pairs well with the steaks.

Steak aficionados are spoiled for choice, with restaurants offering everything from conventional American steakhouses to innovative takes on the age-old dish. Bedrock Bar and Grill will likely always be on the target list of best steak in SG.

Environment and Setting

Bedrock Bar and Grill is a high-end steakhouse in the heart of Singapore, ideal for a date, special occasion, or massive family feast. The restaurant is conveniently located near several different modes of public transit. Somerset Station on the MRT’s North-South line is the closest stop, and it’s only a few minutes walk away.

As soon as you walk into the restaurant, you’ll feel the friendly atmosphere. The atmosphere is stylish and classy, with a contemporary spin on traditional steakhouse elements. The low lighting makes the room feel warm and inviting, suitable for a date or a serious business discussion. I have done both, in fact, my first time here was a business lunch. I also now prefer to sit outside and watch the shopping footfall pass you by as you dine.

Food and Menu

Let’s go on to the most vital part of any steakhouse: the food. The menu at Bedrock Bar and Grill is extensive, and it includes not only USDA Prime but also Australian Wagyu and Japanese Kobe steaks. Lamb chops, roasted chicken, and grilled fish are just a few of the other meat options on the menu.

The Tomahawk Steak, a 1.2-kilogram bone-in ribeye, is a popular choice at Bedrock Bar and Grill. The steak has a crisp outside and a juicy, tender interior, just like it should be. It comes with a choice of condiments and sides, such as truffle fries, roasted garlic, and creamed spinach.

Bedrock Bar and Grill features a variety of appetizers, salads, and desserts in addition to their meat specialties. The Lobster Bisque, the Traditional Caesar Salad, and the Chocolate Fondue are all excellent choices. I love their French Onion Soup. It is off-the-charts good.

Costs and Availability

Bedrock Bar and Grill provides excellent service. The staff is warm and helpful, and they really care that you have a good time at the restaurant. The wait staff is well-versed in all items on the menu and may make personalized suggestions. We have experienced this on every visitation.

The prices at Bedrock Bar and Grill are a little steep. Although the pricey menu and attentive service may put off some diners, they are well worth it. A full meal will cost between SGD $150 and SGD $200 per person.

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Pricing at BEDROCK BAR & GRILL is $$$

Shio Koji Australian Wagyu Bone-In Striploin 400g @ $138

Japanese Aged Full Blood Wagyu 250g @ $158

Black Angus Charcoal Grilled Australian Tomahawk Steak 1.3kg @ $148

bedrock bar and grill steak on bbq

What does The Bedrock Bar & Grill have to say about itself?

EARTH + FOOD + FIRE Established in 2008, Bedrock Bar & Grill is an enclave of culinary discoveries inspired by travels. From Spanish dinner parties to late-night brasseries in New York and Paris, or simple afternoon food fare in Sydney and San Francisco, our well-travelled chefs bring home timeless gastronomy trends from their pilgrimage such as the Tomahawk. Marked by a respect for tradition and product, wood-grilled, smoked hot or cold, with exotic spices or keeping things classic, customers can expect a selection of meat cuts and seafood from the USA, Japan and Australia’s farms for superior quality and sustainability.

Click below; BEDROCK BAR AND GRILL MENU, best steak in SG​

Contact details, address, and opening hours for Bedrock Bar & Grill

Address: 96 Somerset Rd, #01-05 Pan Pacific Serviced Suites, Singapore 238163

Phone: 6238 0054


Opening hours;


12–3 pm, 6–11 pm
Saturday12–3 pm, 6–11 pm
Sunday12–3 pm, 6–10:30 pm
Monday12–3 pm, 6–10:30 pm
Tuesday12–3 pm, 6–10:30 pm
Wednesday12–3 pm, 6–10:30 pm
Thursday12–3 pm, 6–10:30 pm

Bistecca Tuscan Steakhouse, on Mohamed Sultan Road's

I went here with the Wife an age ago for her birthday, and it still lingers in the memory banks. Incredible open kitchen to watch the masters of their trade in action at Bistecca Tuscan Steakhouse

It’s likely that Bistecca Tuscan Steakhouse would be on the top list for any Singaporean who enjoys a good steak. The excellent service, warm atmosphere, and mouthwatering Italian steaks at this restaurant have made it a fast favorite among both locals and visitors. All aspects of Bistecca Tuscan Steakhouse in Singapore, from its location and decor to its food and service make it stand out.

Environment and Setting

Located at 26 Mohamed Sultan Road [1], Bistecca Tuscan Steakhouse is only a short drive from the heart of the city. The restaurant’s location in a charming historic shophouse contributes to the relaxed and private vibe patrons experience there. With its leather seats, low lighting, and candlelit tables, the interior is cozy and welcoming. Low lighting means it is dark in there, hence me stealing a photo from them as mine were so bad.

Guests may get a front-row view of all the action in the restaurant’s kitchen by sitting at Chef’s table at Bistecca Tuscan Steakhouse.

Food and Menu

Bistecca Tuscan Steakhouse is known for its excellent Tuscan-style steak, which is the restaurant’s main attraction. The steak is seasoned with only salt, pepper, and olive oil before being seared to perfection over a wood-fired barbecue.

The restaurant is known for its steak, although it also serves fish, spaghetti, and salads. The Grilled Octopus, Burrata Cheese (I’ll vouch for this… OMG incredible), and Tagliatelle with Wild Mushrooms are three of the restaurant’s most popular dishes.

Costs and Availability

Superior service is only one of the many things that set Bistecca Tuscan Steakhouse different from the competition. When it comes to making sure each and every one of their customers is satisfied, the staff here truly goes above and beyond. The staff is always ready to offer advice, whether it is on what to order or what wine to mix with it.

Bistecca Tuscan Steakhouse has some of the highest prices in the area. This is not a cheap eatery, but the excellent cuisine and service are well worth the cost. A full meal will cost between SGD $150 and SGD $200 per person. It’s up there on price, but worth every cent.


Wagyu Rump Cap David Blackmore MB7/8 200g @ $84

New York Strip F1 Wagyu MBS 6/7 200g @ $94

Grass Fed Sirloin Little Joe Hereford MBS4 300g @ $84

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Photo courtesy of Bistecca Tuscan Steakhouse, because my photo of the dinner we had was so bad

Click below; BISTECCA TUSCAN STEAKHOUSE MENU, best steak in SG​

What does Bistecca Tuscan Steakhouse have to say about themselves?

Traditional Tuscan sharing steaks & authentic Italian cuisine Singapore’s favourite Italian steakhouse is located at 26 Mohamed Sultan Road, set in a picturesque traditional shophouse just five minutes from the CBD. Slip into a cozy leather booth and experience unmatched, intimate dining by candlelight with impeccable service, or treat your guests to a modern Tuscan feast at the Chef’s table, adjacent to the open-design kitchen.

Bistecca Tuscan Steakhouse address, contacts, opening hours and delivery options

26 Mohamed Sultan Road, Singapore 238970

Phone: +65 6735 6739
WhatsApp: +65 8298 1021

Daily 6pm – 8pmRestaurant Opening Hours

Tuesday to Sunday: 12pm – 2:30pm
Monday to Thursday: 6pm  – 10pm
Friday to Sunday: 5:30pm  – 10pm


The Bochinche Steakhouse can be found on Singapore’s Club Street. Steak fans in Singapore have made Bochinche a go-to spot thanks to the restaurant’s dedication to using only the highest quality meat and skilled Asador skills on a Jarrah wood-fired griller. All aspects of Bochinche Steakhouse, from its sourcing strategy and cuisine to its service are exceptional.

Philosophical Research

Bochinche‘s sourcing strategy is straightforward: they only buy from small farms that treat their cattle with love and care. Meat is dry-aged for 35 days and then cooked to perfection over a wood-fired grill, demonstrating the restaurant’s dedication to quality and sustainability.

Food and Menu

Bochinche Steakhouse is known for its perfectly prepared charcoal-grilled steaks, which may be ordered with a selection of sides such as fries, roasted vegetables, or mashed potatoes. The restaurant is known for its steaks, although it also serves fish, spaghetti, and salads. The burrata, Wagyu flank steak, and Patagonian toothfish are among of the most memorable dishes.

Costs and Availability

The service at Bochinche Steakhouse is second to none, and this is one of the reasons why the restaurant has become so popular. The staff is always ready to offer advice, whether it is on what to order or what wine to mix with it.

Bochinche Steakhouse is, in terms of cost, one of the more expensive options in town. This is not a cheap eatery, but the excellent cuisine and service are well worth the cost. A three-course lunch will set you back between SGD 100 and SGD 150 per person.


If you enjoy steak and Argentinian cuisine, you really must make a trip to Bochinche Steakhouse. The restaurant’s dedication to quality and sustainability is reflected in the deliciousness of its meat, making for an unforgettable eating experience. Bochinche Steakhouse is an excellent choice for a celebratory dinner or a special treat at any time of the year. That’s exactly how we treat it, a special treat.

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Pricing at Bochinche is $$$

Icon Tasmania Hanging Tender Wagyu MS4/5 300g @ $65

A5 Satsuma Japanese Wagyu Striploin 200g @ $155

Robin Island Australian Striploin Steak MS7 500g @ $160

Pure Black Tasmanian Full Blood OP Rib 1Kg @ $210

Bochinche Steak
Photo courtesy of Bochinche website

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What does Bochinche have to say about itself?

We believe in good meats for everyone. Our sourcing philosophy is simple. We source from smaller, thoughtful farms who care about their cattle. We are about quality meat with good flavour, without burning a hole in your pocket. We do justice to what nature has given us, from dry-aging meats for 35 days to cooking with masterful Asado techniques over our Jarrah wood-fired griller.

Contact details, address, and opening hours for Bochinche

Address: 27 Club St, Singapore 069413

Phone6235 4990
Opening Hours;


12–3 pm, 6–11:30 pm
Saturday11:30 am–3 pm, 6–11:30 pm
Monday12–3 pm, 6–11 pm
Tuesday12–3 pm, 6–11 pm
Wednesday12–3 pm, 6–11 pm
Thursday12–3 pm, 6–11 pm

The Winery Siglap

I am so so happy to have this as one of the Steak restaurants near me. This is an absolute cracker. New Chef, new menu, and offering up all-you-can-eat brunches. It is super-affordable and damned good!!! The Siglap food scene is rocking.

Experience a Taste of Europe & Japan at The Winery Siglap.

The Winery Siglap is an all-encompassing wine-tasting experience in the form of a European wine bar and restaurant. This little restaurant has one of the best selections of European vintage wines in all of Singapore, and it’s the ideal place for wine connoisseurs to share their passion with like-minded friends over small meals that highlight the wine’s subtleties.

Dinner & Menu Options

The modern Spanish tapas, with a Japanese twist, on the menu at the Winery Siglap are great for sharing and complementing the broad wine list. Customers can chow down on Iberico Pork Cheeks, Spanish Octopus, and Jamon Croquetas, among other delectable offerings. Wine and cheese enthusiasts will find this to be a haven, as the menu features both. Callouts are the brunch, Padron Peppers, Jamon, Suckling Pigs, and the fast-becoming infamous Tomahawk Steak.

The Winery Siglap has a homey, intimate vibe thanks to the dim lighting and wooden furnishings. Private meetings and small groups can be accommodated in the bar and restaurant’s secluded rooms, tasting room, and walk-in wine cellar. My family, personally, just loves sitting outside under the ceiling fans, chowing down whilst watching the world pass us by.

Choosing Wines

The Winery Siglap offers one of the most extensive lists of European vintage wines in all of Singapore. The wine-tasting experience is elevated by the restaurant’s walk-in wine retail booth, where guests can peruse bottles and make purchases to enjoy at home. Staff members are well-versed in the available wines and can offer suggestions for guests to enjoy with their meals or purchase to take home. It’s a cave within a cave.


In conclusion, anyone interested in wine and good food will find The Winery Siglap to be an ideal destination. The Winery Siglap is a hidden gem that serves you old European wines, contemporary Spanish and Japanese-style tapas, and a comfortable atmosphere. Every single person I have recommended this place to walks away massively praising the choice. It’s a must-try in Singapore. Order that suckling pig (I know not a steak, but wow it is up there good!!!)

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Pricing at The Winery Siglap $

Binchotan Grilled Spanish Galician Grass Fed Ribeye MB3 @ $42

Binchotan Grilled A4 Kagoshima Striploin @ $68

Japanese A5 Kagoshima Wagyu Striploin The Winery Gourmet Bar

What does The Winery Siglap have to say about itself?

We are a Spanish Tapas and European wine bar, with a cosy dining space carefully designed for an all-encompassing wine tasting experience. With one of the widest selections of vintage European wines in Singapore, our walk-in wine retail cellar, tasting room and private rooms are perfect for you to explore wines with fellow enthusiasts, each shared plate on our menu catered to bring out the exquisite nuances in our curated wine selection.

Click below; THE WINERY SIGLAP MENU, best steak in SG​

Contact details, address, and opening hours for The Winery Siglap

Address: 907 E Coast Rd, #01-03 Springvale, Singapore 459107

Phone: 6518 9188
Opening hours;
Friday3 pm–12 am
Saturday12 pm–12 am
Sunday12–10 pm
Monday3 pm–12 am
Tuesday3 pm–12 am
Wednesday3 pm–12 am
Thursday3 pm–12 am


Meadesmoore is a Contemporary Steakhouse Focusing on Rare and Uncommon Beef Cuts.

Meadesmoore is a trendy Singaporean steakhouse known for its selection of rare cuts of beef and other premium meats obtained from a trusted network of award-winning, small-scale farmers. Executive Chef Victor Loy models the restaurant after the opulent steakhouses of the early 20th century in the United States and Great Britain. Meadesmoore is a must-try for every steak connoisseur or gourmet because of its one-of-a-kind menu.

Dinner & Menu Options

Meadesmoore‘s menu features a variety of rare cuts of beef and other meats, all of which are grilled over charcoal. Seafood, veggies, and sweets are just some of the numerous options on the menu. Wagyu Skirt Steak, USDA Prime Ribeye, and Onglet Steak (AKA Hanger Steak and Butcher’s Cut) are just a few of the steak options available to patrons.

Meadesmoore has an elegant and contemporary feel, with a cozy and welcoming vibe. Diners at the restaurant may witness their food being prepared in an open kitchen. The private dining room at Meadesmoore can seat up to 12 people, making it ideal for holding small parties or celebrating special occasions.

Choosing Wines

Wines from all over the world may be found on Meadesmoore‘s vast wine list, which was compiled by the restaurant’s sommelier to pair with the dishes on the menu. The restaurant also features a wine cellar stocked with rare and unusual wines to complement any meal.


In summary, Meadesmoore is a cutting-edge steakhouse where guests can have a one-of-a-kind dining experience while sampling rare cuts of beef and other meats. You should seek out Meadesmoore because of its refined atmosphere, well-curated wine list, and delectable food. I promise you, go for the Onglet steak and get some of the best steak in SG you will ever have.

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Pricing at Meadesmoore is $$$

RUMP CAP 2GR Blue Label Full Blood Wagyu MS 8/9 Eastern NSW, Australia @ $180

ZABUTON Black Opal F1 Wagyu MS 6/7 Victoria, Australia @ $160

RIBEYE Macka’s 150 Days Grain-Fed Angus, Salt Ash NSW, Australia @ $170

PRIME RIB 45 Days dry aged Vintage MS 2/4 old dairy cow at least 60 months old, Tasmania @ $280

MEADESMOORE steakhouse
Photo courtesy of Meadesmoore – way better than mine this day

Click below; MEADESMOORE MENU, best steak in SG​

What does MEADESMOORE have to say about itself?

Meadesmoore is a modern steakhouse that specialises in unusual cuts of beef and other meats, sourced from a network of trusted award-winning premium small producers. Helmed by Executive Chef Victor Loy, Meadesmoore is a joyous fist bump to the grand steakhouses of the early 1900s in the US and UK. Think: Big steaks charcoal grilled to perfection, accompanied by gutsy side dishes great for sharing, and decadent desserts to end your meal on a sweet note. Hungry? Good. Let us feed you.

MEADESMOORE address, contacts and opening hours

Address: 21A Boon Tat Street 069620

Telephone; 62272247


Opening Hours;

Lunch: From 11.30am from Monday to Friday

Dinner: From 5.30pm from Monday to Saturday

Noka by Tippling Club

It’s not so far away at Funan, but I so wish this was one of the Steak restaurants near me.

Noka by Tippling Club is a cutting-edge Japanese restaurant with a contemporary vibe. My good mate, Chef Ryan Clift is the brainchild behind it, bringing his Tippling Club quirk to Japanese top-end food. The restaurant, which occupies the rooftop of Funan Mall, is super cool. Also, the market garden there supplies them with all their veggies, edible flowers, herbs, and so on.

Indulge in a wide selection of flavorful, spirit-infused small dishes and seasonal omakase (chef’s choice) menu items at Noka by Tippling Club. The restaurant is particularly proud of its commitment to employing only the freshest, highest-quality Japanese ingredients sourced directly from local growers, fishermen, and manufacturers.

Noka by Tippling Club‘s menu was carefully crafted to include a variety of options suitable for diners of all palate preferences. Hamachi (Yellowtail), Grilled Eel, Japanese Wagyu Beef, and a variety of freshly flown-in Sushi and Sashimi are some of the must-try meals at the restaurant.

Noka by Tippling Club is known for its excellent menu and extensive range of Japanese whisky highballs, cocktails, and handmade sake. The sommeliers at the restaurant can help you choose the right wine to go with your meal.

The sleek timber accents and modern lighting provide a cozy and sophisticated atmosphere perfect for a romantic dinner for two, or a hectic family graze as is usual for me.

Chef Ryan Clift, owner, and executive chef of the innovative Singaporean eatery Tippling Club, is also behind the concept for Noka by Tippling Club. Noka is a pun on the Japanese word for “farmhouse,” alluding to the restaurant’s commitment to using only the freshest local ingredients.

In conclusion, Noka by Tippling Club is a fantastic option for foodies in search of a contemporary Japanese meal in Singapore. It’s no surprise that the restaurant has grown so famous among both locals and visitors because of its creative menu, top-notch service, and breathtaking rooftop location. It really is my favourite Japanese restaurant in Singapore, and that Japanese Wagyu Kagoshima Sirloin Steak is unbelievably good.

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Pricing at Noka by Tippling Club is $$

A5 Kagoshima wagyu sirloin @ $150

Braised wagyu short rib @ $50

A5 Kagoshima wagyu steak tartare @ $32

Wagyu Noka by Tippling Club

Click below; NOKA BY TIPPLING CLUB MENU, best steak in SG​

Contact details, address, and opening hours for Noka by Tippling Club

Address: 07-38 Funan 109, North Bridge Rd, Lift Lobby A only, 179097

Phone: 6877 4878
Opening Hours;
Friday11:30 am–2:30 pm, 6–10 pm
Saturday11:30 am–2:30 pm, 6–10 pm
Sunday11:30 am–2:30 pm, 6–9 pm
Tuesday11:30 am–2:30 pm, 6–10 pm
Wednesday11:30 am–2:30 pm, 6–10 pm
Thursday11:30 am–2:30 pm, 6–10 pm

Burnt Ends by Chef David Pynt, Michelin Star Steaks

Chef-Owner Dave Pynt opened the innovative BBQ restaurant Burnt Ends, which currently has one Michelin star. The eatery’s prior location was on Teck Lim Road, but they’ve since relocated to a larger location in Dempsey Hill. The restaurant’s high standards for both food and atmosphere have helped it land on the World’s 50 Best lists consistently.

The new Burnt Ends Dempsey location is rustic and expansive, with a huge and impressive layout. The restaurant’s uncompromising nature has survived the relocation, and it continues to serve the same exquisite dishes that made it famous. Getting a table at this highly sought-after restaurant is challenging, currently, 2-months are booked out in advance.

Burnt Ends lives up to its reputation for delicious meals mostly cooked in its HUGE twin brick ovens. It is a foodie heaven to sit and watch the chefs in action with thede ovens.

On the menu at Burnt Ends, you’ll find a wide selection of grilled and smoked meats, as well as tasty sides to round off your meal. Burnt Ends Sanger is the restaurant’s signature dish, and it comes with pulled pork shoulder, coleslaw, and chipotle aioli. The smoked quail egg with smoked potato and chorizo is another must-order. The restaurant also features a large wine, beer, and cocktail list.

In sum, Burnt Ends at Dempsey is a fantastic eatery that you shouldn’t miss. Dempsey’s new digs are vast and rustic, and the food is top-notch. However, securing a reservation is notoriously difficult, so plan ahead. If you go to their booking site you won’t see any availability for at least 2 months. But, believe me, once you get in you will not regret it. It is one incredible dining experience, an done you’ll be talking about for months after. MUST TRY!!!

Pricing at Burnt Ends is $$$$

Japanese A5 Kagoshima Wagyu Striploin @ $100 per 100g

68 Days Dry Aged Blackmore OP Rib 1Kg @ $550

Burnt Ends Wagyu

Click below; BURNT ENDS MENU, best steak in SG​

What does Burnt Ends have to say about itself?

Founded by Chef-Owner Dave Pynt, Burnt Ends is a modern barbecue restaurant in Singapore's Dempsey Hill serving modern Australian barbecue and boutique wines and spirits in a fun, relaxed atmosphere. At the heart of this modern barbecue restaurant is an open kitchen concept with a custom four-tonne, dual cavity oven and four elevation grills. Burnt Ends writes new menus daily and believes that there is magic that comes from cooking with wood. Burnt Ends has held its One-Michelin star since first awarded in 2018. The restaurant is currently ranked #94 on the 2022 San Pellegrino World’s 50 Best Restaurants List and #24 on the 2023 San Pellegrino Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants List.

Contact details, address, and opening hours for Fat Cow

Address: 7 Dempsey Rd, #01-02, Singapore 249671

Phone: 6224 3933
Opening Hours;
Monday: CLOSED
Tuesday: 11:45 – 23:00
Wednesday: 11:30 – 23:00
Thursday: 11:45 – 23:00
Friday: 11:45 – 23:00
Saturday: 11:45 – 23:00
Sunday: CLOSED

Tomahawk – Contemporary Steakhouse (Formerly O’maJ)

Tomahawk Contemporary Steakhouse does Tomahawk steak, and does it really well. We went here once and were blown away by just how good their Tomahawk steak is. You have to give them time to cook this bad boy, which is music to my ears as that means they are cooking from scratch, and likely reverse-searing with no site of a boil-in-the-bag or pre-cooking either.

What you get is this BEAST of a Tomahawk steak. It is stunning when it arrives and then they carve at table-side and add in some food theatre with a flaming Chef Torch to increase your preferred doneness accordingly. Woof. 

This really was one of the best steaks in Singapore I have had, and I just wish it was one of the steak restaurants near me. It’s really in one of the strangest locations for a restaurant. When we went there were also roadworks and it was just horrible to get there. But, worth it.

Tomahawk Contemporary Steakhouse is known for its selection of quality steaks and Wagyu tomahawks, hence the name of course. 

Located in the heart of Novena, Tomahawk Contemporary Steakhouse is one of Singapore’s premier steakhouses. The restaurant is well-known among locals and visitors alike for its wide selection of premium steaks and iconic Wagyu tomahawks, carved table-side.

A total of eighty-four diners have given the restaurant a 4.5-star rating on Tripadvisor. The restaurant has received high marks from patrons for both its food and service. The restaurant’s decor is really up-to-day and stylish, and they used to allow dogs inside too (I found this a little strange to be honest).

The Wagyu tomahawk steak at Tomahawk Contemporary Steakhouse is one of their most popular items, and for good reason. We also recommend the prime rib-eye steak since it is soft and juicy when cooked to perfection. The main courses are perfectly complemented by the sides, which include things like truffle fries, creamed spinach, and soups to actually die for.

In sum, anyone in search of excellent steak in Singapore should make a reservation at Tomahawk Contemporary Steakhouse. It’s worth checking out for the wide variety of top steaks and wagyu tomahawks on offer, as well as the outstanding service and stylish atmosphere. While the costs may seem steep at first, the superb quality of the dishes more than makes up for it. These are sharing platters and a half. Please be sure to try the soups, they are just incredible as are their tomahawk steaks.

Pricing at Tomahawk Contemporary Steakhouse is $$$

Wagyu Tomahawk Ribeye Steak @ $25 per 100g from 1.5Kg and up

Australian Wanderer Free Range & Grain-fed Ribeye 300g @ $120

Galiciana Vintage Boneless Striploin 300g @ $81



What does Tomahawk Contemporary Steakhouse have to say about itself?

Reimagining Steak Restaurants, perfect for all Occasions. Located in the heart of Singapore – Novena, Tomahawk is home to Singapore's largest variety of wagyu tomahawk steaks. We aim to bring premium quality steaks to you, harmonising the rich flavours of Asian herbs, spices & curated ingredients. We strive to create an elevated and yet balanced dining experience of umami, savoury, bitter, sweet & sour just for you. Each recipe is a combination of our years of experience, our relentless pursuit of “being better than before” and countless hours dedicated in the kitchen trying out creative experiments. We want our steaks to speak to you. Join us in our celebrations of good social conversations over great food and zero pretences! Make a reservation now to avoid disappointment.

Contact details, address, and opening hours for Tomahawk, Contemporary Steakhouse

Address: 273, #01-06 Thomson Rd, Novena Gardens, 307644

Phone: 8261 3992
Opening Hours;


12–3 pm, 6–10 pm
Saturday12–3 pm, 6–10 pm
Sunday12–3 pm, 6–10 pm
Monday12–3 pm, 6–10 pm
Tuesday12–3 pm, 6–10 pm
Wednesday12–3 pm, 6–10 pm
Thursday12–3 pm, 6–10 pm

Lime House Katong

This is a classic off-piste for this review. This is not a steak house by any stretch of the imagination, but the steal they serve is exceptional, so it joins our list of the top 24 best steaks in SG. Lime House Katong is a Caribbean restaurant serving traditional tapas, mains, and sides as well as sweets and drinks. Plus ONE awesome steak dish you simply must try one day.

Lime House Katong is a wonderful new addition to Singapore’s thriving dining scene on the East Coast. Since most Singaporeans aren’t familiar with Caribbean food, this restaurant is perfect for individuals with an adventurous palate. It ain’t steak, but try the goat curry, OMG!!!

Based on 176 reviews, the restaurant has gotten an average rating of 4.5 stars on Tripadvisor. Customers have raved about the restaurant’s delicious food, friendly service, and warm ambiance. Tapas like Doubles, mains like Jerk Chicken, and sides like Fried Plantains are just a few of the classic Caribbean delicacies that can be found on the menu. The cocktails, particularly the variety of rum-based drinks, are highly recommended as well.

The Jerk Chicken at Lime House Katong is a must-order if you’re looking for a dish that’s both tasty and tender. Also highly recommended is the Caribbean Seafood Boil, a hearty and delicious meal that can be enjoyed solo or with friends. Dessert options at the restaurant include the rum-soaked Rum Baba cake, which is a popular choice. But, for this blog, please ensure you try that steak offering. It is just stellar!!!

For those in search of genuine Caribbean food in Singapore, I highly recommend Lime House Katong. It’s well worth going to, what with the pleasant ambiance, top-notch service, and delicious food. 

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Pricing at Lime House Katong is $

BBQ Beef Ribs | Lime House Originals @ $38

Sofrito Beef Steak with Calypso Rice @ $22

limehouse katong

Click below; LIME HOUSE KATONG MENU, best steak in SG​

What does Lime House Katong have to say about itself?

OUR FOOD We Limin' Great Cocktails Bold and distinct flavour, fragrant marinades, and spices... our food is made from scratch from the freshest ingredients. We transport you to the Caribbean islands with each bite you take - from tapas to sharing platters. Not to be missed are the refreshing cocktails from our bar which features one of the largest collection of rums here.

Contact details, address, and opening hours for Lime House Katong

Address: 47-49 E Coast Rd, Singapore 428768

Phone: 6304 5328
Opening Hours:
Friday11 am–12 am
Saturday11 am–12 am
Sunday11 am–11 pm
Monday5–11 pm
Tuesday5–11 pm
Wednesday5–11 pm
Thursday5–11 pm

Asador Joo Chiat

These boys are just down the road. How lucky I am to have this as one of the Steak restaurants near me. They are the ‘sister’ restaurant to one of our all-time favourite Singapore restaurants, Next Door Spanish Cafe. Same owners and same chef, just Asador steps up a notch, and a half.

Located in the heart of Joo Chiat, Asador is a Spanish grill house with a focus on authentic flavors. Everything ios cooked over wood on their amazing Gaucho grills or HUGE brick oven, and I mean everything. 

Bringing authentic Spanish cuisine to the Joo Chiat neighborhood, Asador is a welcome addition. The restaurant is perfect for a relaxed meal with friends or family because of its semi-casual environment and friendly, neighborhood vibe. The atmosphere is fancier than at Next Door Spanish Cafe, but the cuisine is just as good, and the pricing is fair, despite the additional $.

The restaurant is highly recommended by its customers, who have given it an average rating of 4.2 stars out of 5 on Food Advisor. Customers have said the restaurant’s oysters are some of the best they’ve ever had, and they also love the friendly service and affordable prices. The restaurant’s menu features a variety of grilled options, the highlight of which is the perfectly grilled suckling pig with its distinctively crispy skin. Grilled octopus and seafood paella are two other dishes worthy of mention. But, for this blog, you have to get stuck into that dry-aged beef. It is sublime!!!

The restaurant has a warm and inviting atmosphere. The wait staff is absolutely some of the very best you’ll experience anywhere in Singapore. There is a wide variety of wines and cocktails to choose from, all of which go wonderfully with the restaurant’s authentic Spanish fare.

In sum, Asador is an excellent choice for people seeking traditional Spanish fare in a warm and welcoming setting. It’s well worth your time due to the tasty food, and friendly service.

Pricing at Asador Joo Chiat is $$$

Txuleton de Vaca Vieja Beef dry-aged over 45 days @ $165 Kg

Costillar de Ternera Glazed Angus beef short ribs @ $56

Asador Singapore steak

What does Asador Joo Chiat have to say about themselves?

Excellence takes time Our signature Spain’s most known city for Cochinillo is Segovia—where restaurants have been preparing the same dish for decades. The iconic tradition is to cut the Suckling Pig on a side table with a plate, next to the guests, to prove that the meat is so tender that you don’t need a knife at all. Our Suckling Pig comes from the same region and we brine it to ensure it gets perfect seasoning. The process of cooking in our handmade stone oven results in the golden and crispy finishing that everyone has grown to love.

Click below; ASADOR JOO CHIAT MENU, best steak in SG​

Contact details, address, and opening hours for Asador Katong


Telephone: +65 9836 1792
Address; 51 JOO CHIAT PLACE, SG 427775

operating hours


FRI TO SUN 12:00PM – 2PM | 5:30PM – 12AM

Spago at MBS

Being the amazing husband that I am, cough cough, I took Wifey for her birthday for an MBS staycation and birthday dinner at Spago at MBS. How many Brownie points did that accumulate, wow!!! What a cracking dinner this was up the top of MBS with affinity pools, twinkling lights and stars… I did well!!!

Spago is a famous restaurant in Singapore, serving up gourmet cuisine on the 57th floor of Marina Bay Sands Tower 2 while overlooking the city below. Customers have given the restaurant mostly positive feedback, with many enjoying both the food and the atmosphere. The restaurant specializes in Californian fare and features a wide selection of meals, including Wagyu steak, lobster, and sweets. Spago also features a bar and lounge where patrons may sip on a variety of cocktails and other refreshments. This is also where your breakfast will be if staying at the Marina Bay Sands Hotel.

Spago‘s rooftop bar and lounge, which offers patrons a breathtaking panorama of the city while they sip their cocktails, has earned widespread acclaim. Spago is an incredible experience despite the fact that some people think rooftop bars are tacky. Believe me, it is AWESOME!!! 

Spago in Singapore provides patrons with an unforgettable meal thanks to its great cuisine and stunning views of the city. The restaurant has earned rave reviews from patrons and a stellar reputation among Singapore’s fine dining establishments. It should be on your food bucket-list for sure!!!

Pricing at Spago at MBS by Chef Wolfgang Puck is $$$

USDA Prime New York striploin 300g @ $95

Snake River ‘American Wagyu’ Eye of Rib 150g @ $98

Spago steak pink2pink

Click below; SPAGO AT MBS MENU, best steak in SG​

What do Spago at MBS have to say about themselves?

Located at Marina Bay Sands Singapore, Spago's first venture into Asia is found in a sophisticated and inviting setting on level 57 of Marina Bay Sands Tower 2. Showcasing spectacular views of the city skyline and garden, Spago's location offers an imaginative seasonal menu of California cuisine with global accents. The restaurant is complemented by a terrace lounge with an al fresco bar overlooking the hotel’s famous infinity pool.

Contact details, address, and opening hours for Spago at MBS

Address: 10 Bayfront Avenue L57, Sands SkyPark, Hotel, Tower 2, 018956

Phone: 6688 9955
Opening Hours;
Friday12–2:30 pm, 6–10:30 pm
Saturday12–2:30 pm, 6–10:30 pm
Sunday12–2:30 pm, 6–10 pm
Monday12–2:30 pm, 6–10 pm
Tuesday12–2:30 pm, 6–10 pm
Wednesday12–2:30 pm, 6–10 pm
Thursday12–2:30 pm, 6–10 pm

Officer’s Mess Polo Bar

In Singapore, you’ll find the stylish Officer’s Mess Polo Bar, which caters to those in search of something truly special. Patrons can relax in plush couches decked out in military uniforms while sipping from crystal glasses and taking in the opulence of polo. The bar’s plush military-themed sofas and oak-paneled walls contribute to the establishment’s upscale ambiance. It’s quality. Pure quality.

The bartenders at the Officer’s Mess Polo Bar are professionals who know how to mix up a killer cocktail. The bar’s grand hand-painted backdrop is steeped in history, and the sophisticated saddle leather bar only adds to the ambiance. At this one-of-a-kind bar, patrons can anticipate a one-of-a-kind experience.

If you’re looking for a classy and opulent bar in Singapore, look no further than the Officer’s Mess Polo Bar. This bar is perfect for unwinding and mingling due to its inviting atmosphere, tasteful decor, and high-quality drinks. The Officer’s Mess Polo Bar in Singapore is a great choice for anyone searching for an alternative and unforgettable night out. But don’t forget, don’t just drink, get those steaks out and on your plate. Check that photo below. How can you resist that bad boy?

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Pricing at Officer's Mess is $$$

Japanese Pure Breed Wagyu Tanba, Kyoto Prefecture, Ribeye 200g @ $180

Tanba, Kyoto Prefecture, Sirloin 200g @ $180

Usda Prime, Texas Corn Fed Fillet Mignon 200g @ $90

New York Sirloin 300g 120 Rib Eye Steak 350g @ $140

officer's mess steak

What does the Officer's Mess Polo Bar have to say about itself?

Glamour, Grandeur & Sophistication Drop into the Officer's Mess Polo Bar and sink into another world where the glamour, grandeur and sophistication of Polo transcends into conversation flowing over crystal stemware, dimly lit tables and deep armchairs clad in military uniforms. The oak panelled walls and African ebony floors are complemented majestically with a saddle leather bar and a hand painted polo scene from the 1930’s depicting a match at Guards Polo Club in Windsor (UK) between Royal Patiala and the British Army.

Click below; OFFICER'S MESS POLO BAR MENU, best steak in SG​

Contact details, address, and opening hours for Officer's Mess

Address: 2 Cook St, Singapore 078857
Opening Hours;
Friday5 pm–12 am
Saturday5 pm–12 am
Tuesday5–11 pm
Wednesday5–11 pm
Thursday5 pm–12 am

The Feather Blade

Pricing at The Feather Blade is $

Featherblade Steak with Smoked Salt 300g @ $24

Head to The Feather Blade, a hipster joint on Amoy Street, for a more relaxed steak fix. A 200g flat iron steak cooked medium-rare and served with house-made chimichurri sauce is their signature meal, and it is CHEAP. Believe me, it is SO CHEAP. The Feather Blade steak is so famous that it’s the only item on the menu, but it’s delicious enough to keep customers returning for more. Arrive early because they don’t accept reservations and the place fills up quickly.

Tanjong Pagar Road in Singapore is home to a steakhouse called The Feather Blade. The flat iron steak cut is a very lean cut of steak that they sell. The steak at The Feather Blade is “excellent,” according to one Tripadvisor reviewer. Another Yelp reviewer agreed that the menu is uncomplicated and that the prices are fair.

As I have said before flat iron steak, hanger steak, or butcher’s cut is a fabulous piece of meat. Usually ignored as everyone thinks a filet mignon, or sirloin is bound to be better. Think again. Especially when it is TWENTY-FOUR DOLLARS only.

the feather blade steaks

What does The Feather Blade have to say about themselves? (not a lot actually)...

The Feather Blade is a steakhouse & cocktail bar specialising in alternative steak cuts and unconventional cocktails. Its signature Feather Blade steak is flat iron cooked to perfection and it is cheap.

Click below; THE FEATHER BLADE MENU, best steak in SG​

Contact details, address, and opening hours for Feather Blade

Address: 61 Tg Pagar Rd, Singapore 088482

Opening Hours;
Friday11:45 am–2:30 pm, 6 pm–12 am
Saturday11:45 am–2:30 pm, 6 pm–12 am
Sunday11:45 am–2:30 pm, 6–10:30 pm
Monday6–10:30 pm
Tuesday6–10:30 pm
Wednesday6 pm–12 am
Thursday11:45 am–2:30 pm, 6 pm–12 am

Yakizen Izakaya Japanese Restaurant

Yakizen Izakaya Japanese Restaurant is managed and owned by some very nice people that Wifey knows from her job. We were chatting about food one day and they mentioned they owned this cool Japanese place down Boat Quay. Say no more, we’re going to visit.

And I am glad we did. It really was good food. It’s up there with our family favourites for Izakaya, like IZA and Mikawa at Siglap, so great job there Yakizen Izakaya Japanese Restaurant.  I had a big food critic with me, AKA Jude Jude. He loves his Izakaya and Yakatori, even calling Mikawa, Chicken Bum because of his favourite Bonjiri.

They’re at a wonderful location on Lor Telok, just off Circular Road and 5 minute’s walk from Boat Quay. We’d been shopping at Plaza Singapura on Orchard Road, grabbed a cab to Boat Quay for a couple of beers on the river, then walked around to Yakizen Izakaya Japanese Restaurant.

It really reminds me of my time in Japan. You see Izakaya everywhere, packed with businessmen grabbing a few beers before boarding the train home. 

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Pricing at Yakizen Izakaya Japanese Restaurant is $

Beef Tataki – Seared Beef ‘w’ Citrus Sesame Dressing, Onion & Yakizen (just add sea salt) @ $29.90

Yakizen Izakaya Japanese Restaurant

What does Yakizen Izakaya have to say about itself? (again, not a lot...)

Yakizen is modern Japanese izakaya concept that immerse fine dining selection into affordable family restaurant.

Click below; YAKIZEN IZAKAYA MENU, best steak in SG​

Contact details, address, and opening hours for Yakizen Izakaya

Address: 15 Lor Telok, Singapore 049028

Phone: 6912 6580
Opening Hours;
Friday11:30 am–2:30 pm, 5:30–10:30 pm
Saturday12–3:30 pm, 5:30–10:30 pm
Sunday12–3:30 pm, 5:30–10:30 pm
Monday11:30 am–2:30 pm, 5:30–10:30 pm
Tuesday11:30 am–2:30 pm, 5:30–10:30 pm
Wednesday11:30 am–2:30 pm, 5:30–10:30 pm
Thursday11:30 am–2:30 pm, 5:30–10:30 p

Bar-Roque by Chef Stefan Istel

Our mate Chef Stephane Istel is at the helm of this cracking steakhouse and grill restaurant. In the center of Singapore, you’ll find the great restaurant Bar-Roque Grill, which is known for its innovative eating area inspired by the Baroque era and its in-house roasted artisanal dishes. Here, we’ll review Bar-Roque Grill and tell you what we thought of it.

Singapore’s Bar-Roque Grill has garnered international praise for its innovative menu, one-of-a-kind ambiance, and impeccable service. Our meals at Bar-Roque Grill have always been some of the best restaurant experiences we’ve ever experienced, and therefore we keep going back time and time again.

The atmosphere and décor at The Baroque ambiance at Bar-Roque Grill will leave you with fond memories of your meal. The restaurant has lavish chandeliers, mirrors, and rich, warm hues that make you feel like you’ve stepped back in time. 


The staff at Bar-Roque Grill provided excellent service, akin to silver service. The wait staff was helpful, cordial, and well-versed in their field. 

The menu of Bar-Roque Grill is influenced by French cooking and serves roasted artisanal items made right there in the restaurant. 


The cost of a meal at Bar-Roque Grill is justified by the quality of the food and service. It was not cheap, but it is excellent.


In conclusion, if you find yourself in Singapore, you really must stop at Bar-Roque Grill. Everything at this restaurant, from the one-of-a-kind furnishings to the delicious dishes, has been carefully curated by Chef Istel to make your meal one you won’t soon forget. No wonder Michelin has recognised them year after year with the Bib Gourmand Award. It is so well-deserved.

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Pricing at Bar-Roque Grill is $$

Hanging Tender Wagyu 200g @ $54

Ribeye Black Angus 250g @ $68

Tenderloin Black Angus 220g @ $58

Tartare Black Angus 180g @ $44

Beef Platter, Hanger, Tenderloin, Ribeye @ $175 

bar roque grill

Click below; BAR-ROQUE MENU, best steak in SG

What has Bar-Roque Grill have to say about itself?

Bar-Roque Grill, the menu is powered by Chef Stephane’s memories in France, his home region of Alsace and his culinary inspirations. We celebrate the artisanal craft, which is why our highly sought after charcuterie, rillettes, Terrines, Cured Meat, Dry sausage are made from scratch in-house. Our latest pride and joy? A customised chiller for an exclusive meat aging programme, a dream of Stephane’s for many years that was transformed into reality after his immersion with butchers in Paris and Strasbourg to learn the finer art of dry aging meats. A special hunting menu to celebrate the game season. A spotlight on French and Iconic Classics Changing on Weekly bases, it’s always going to be a special meal at Bar-Roque Grill. In recognition of our hard work, Michelin awarded us with a bib gourmand in 2017, 2018, 2019, 2021 . Yes, we promise we will always work at being AMAZING!

Contact details, address, and opening hours for Bar Roque

Address: 165 Tg Pagar Rd, #01-00, Singapore 088539
Opening Hours;
Friday12–2:30 pm, 6–10:30 pm
Saturday12–2:30 pm, 6–10:30 pm
Sunday12–2:30 pm, 6–10:30 pm
Monday12–2:30 pm, 6–10:30 pm
Tuesday12–2:30 pm, 6–10:30 pm
Wednesday12–2:30 pm, 6–10:30 pm
Thursday12–2:30 pm, 6–10:30 pm

Fat Cow

Due to the $$$ of this place, I am delighted that Fat Cow is not one of the Steak restaurants near me. I would be bankrupt in a matter of weeks.

The opulent meat service and vintage wine list at Singapore’s Fat Cow, a Japanese-inspired atelier, guarantee a one-of-a-kind meal.

Fat Cow is a world-famous eatery that sources its Wagyu beef exclusively from the best farmers in Japan. The list is like a hall-of-Wagyu-steak-fame. The restaurant’s main goal is to provide diners with an exceptional one-of-a-kind experience.

The restaurant has a minimalistic, sophisticated aesthetic with the intention of providing fooda private and relaxed dining experience.


The staff at Fat Cow did a fantastic job. The wait staff was very well-versed in the offerings and had great suggestions for both food and drink. Everything was provided quickly, and the wait staff was attentive during our lunch there. 

Food and Menu

The Japanese-influenced dishes at Fat Cow are paired with premium Wagyu beef from trusted farms throughout Japan.


Although Fat Cow‘s pricing is way more than average, the quality of the food and service more than justifies the cost. Just make this your ‘special occasion place. We went for Father’s Day lunch with 8 of us and it was well over $1,500. Ouch!


Eat at Fat Cow, because it is an absolute must for carnivores. Everything at this restaurant was designed with one goal in mind: to make your meal here as memorable as possible. Get your Japanese Wagyu face on and get eating here. It is an incredible location with the most variety of Japanese Wagyuu steak I have ever seen.

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Pricing at FAT COW is $$$$

Ohmi Grade A4 Wagyu 150g @ $158

Kobe Beef 150g @ $288

Matsusaka Wagyu Striploin 150g @ $288

Matsusaka Wagyu Ribeye 150g @ $288

Fat Cow Kobe Wagyu Beef

What does Fat Cow have to say for themselves? (once again, not a lot...)

Fat Cow is an award-winning modern fine-dining Japanese restaurant by Commonwealth Concepts, serving up the finest Japanese beef experiences.

Click below; FAT COW MENU, best steak in SG​

Contact details, address, and opening hours for Fat Cow

Address: 1 Orchard Blvd, #01-01/02 Camden Medical Centre, Singapore 248649

Phone: 6735 0308
Opening Hours;
Friday12–3 pm, 6–11 pm
Saturday12–3 pm, 6–11 pm
Sunday12–3 pm, 6–10:30 pm
Monday12–3 pm, 6–10:30 pm
Tuesday12–3 pm, 6–10:30 pm
Wednesday12–3 pm, 6–10:30 pm
Thursday12–3 pm, 6–10:30 pm

Kodawari Katsuya Katong, Wagyu Katsu

We have had nothing but a truly wonderful experience every time we visit Kodawari Katsuya Japanese Restaurant. Some of the best wagyu beef to ever cross these lips of mine has been consumed here.

This is absolutely one to try, just save some money up 1st if you are going hard as we did because this is $$$. But you are dining on the best Japanese Wagyu Steaks from Hokkaido. Yes, this is Japanese Hokkaido Snow Beef Wagyu. Best of the best.

Every single part of the lunch at Kodawari Katsuya Japanese Restaurant was quality and fresh and prepped and cooked to absolute perfection. You shoudl also 

We’ll be back for more Katsuya that is for certain Kodawari Katsuya Japanese Restaurant. Be proud of what you have going there, my friends. Just brilliant. You have to go and try the Wagyu Katsu – it’s a foodie OMG moment. Angels were indeed singing!

Pricing at Kodawari Katsuya Katong is $$$

Wagyu Katsu @ $65

Hokkaido Wagyu Sirloin Steak Grade A4 100g @ $85-105

Hokkaido Wagyu Sirloin Steak Grade A5 100g @ $105-125

Kodawari Katsuya @ Katong

What does Katsuya Katong have to say about itself?

5th Dec 2011, the birth of KATSUYA has brought Tonkatsu into a new level where nobody has ever done it before. Other than Lamb katsu, Unagi katsu is a must try dish! Follow by Iberico Kurobuta, Hire(Fatless pork yet juicy) & many more to choose from menu. We'll always try our best to be consistent in bringing quality food & good services to you. Our aim is to share the greatness of consuming Tonkatsu without any GUILT!(No need Gym/Run keeper) That is why we strictly use only Premium Sunflower Oil(Trademark). Healthiest Oil for frying meat, seafood or vegetables. No added MSG, Less Salt & More Love is our secret ingredient. Come and try to taste the difference. See you around.

Click below; KODAWARI KATSUYA KATONG MENU, best steak in SG​

Contact details, address and opening times of Katsuya Katong

Address: 85 E Coast Rd, Singapore 428787

Opening Hours;
(Good Friday)
6–9:30 pm
Hours might differ
Saturday12–2:30 pm, 6–9:30 pm
Sunday12–2:30 pm, 6–9:30 pm
Tuesday6–9:30 pm
Wednesday6–9:30 pm
Thursday6–9:30 pm

Yun Ga Korean BBQ Katong V

Now you won’t get this on many other food blogs about the best steak in SG. I bet. Because it is uncooked. But, there is a method in my madness because this truly is some of the very best Japanese Wagyu Steak and Japanese Iberico Pork that you’ll come across on Red Dot, at super-affordable prices. And, hey, the bonus is you can cook it to your own doneness, and it comes with the usual plethora of Yun Ga Korean BBQ accompaniment dishes. It is stellar!!!

This Wagyu steak is literally melt-in-your-mouth good. I usually give it a season with the salt mix and melt down some fat in the Korean BBQ to fry this off and add more flavour (like it needs it). Minute or so on each side it tops all you’ll need, then a quick cut with the scissors to bite-sized pieces. You can further jazz this up with Korean fermented bean sauces, some fried garlic, or even Kimchi. It is a knockout. We go here very frequently for some of the best steak in Singapore.

At Yun Ga Traditional Korean BBQ Restaurant in Singapore, you can get a variety of Korean BBQ foods for a reasonable price. The restaurant has a reputation for excellent service and reasonable prices, especially for the Japanese Wagyu Steak.

Yun Ga Traditional Korean BBQ has a comfortable and welcoming ambiance thanks to its warm lighting and understated design. It’s quite minimalistic, but when you smell those meats a grilling you can’t wait to be seated.

The menu at Yun Ga Traditional Korean BBQ Restaurant includes a variety of Korean BBQ options at reasonable costs. Try the crispy and savoury Kimchi Pancake, and Beef Bulgogi. A massive assortment of pickled veggies, kimchi, and steamed rice were excellent accompaniments to the main dish. 2for 1 drinks also make this place rather appealing to the wallet.


The pricing at Yun Ga Traditional Korean BBQ Restaurant is fair and reasonable considering the high standard of the restaurant’s food and service. Yun Ga Traditional Korean BBQ Restaurant has an average per-person price of $40. We always max out on the steamed pig trotter, Japanese Wagyu, and the Japanese Iberico pork offerings. So, perhaps a little more like $50-60 per head. But, worth every cent. 


I tell you, for the best Korean BBQ in Singapore, you can’t go wrong with Yun Ga Traditional Korean BBQ Restaurant. Everything about this restaurant is exceptional and unparalleled, hence we go once a month. It really is a top-drawer. Yun Ga Traditional Korean BBQ Restaurant is an excellent choice if you’re searching for a place to eat a reasonably priced yet still wonderful lunch or dinner of Korean barbecue.

Pricing at Yun Ga Korean BBQ is $$

Wagyu Best Marble 160g @ $62

Short Rib Boneless Wagyu 160g @ $38

Wagyu Sliced Brisket 130g @ $38

Yun Ga Special BBQ Set

Let's hear what Yun Ga Traditional Korean BBQ has to say about itself

"Founded with the vision of providing authentic Korean food to both the locals and the Korean community in Singapore. With their brand of delectable food and fantastic service, they have gained a loyal following with both native Koreans living in Singapore, as well as the local community, making their restaurant a popular choice for meals."

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Contact details, address, and opening hours for Yun Ga Traditional Korean BBQ at Katong V

Address; 30 East Coast Road Katong V #03-12, Singapore, Singapore, 428751
Telephone; 6447 9279
Opening Hours;
Friday11 am–10 pm
Saturday11 am–10 pm
Sunday11 am–10 pm
Monday11 am–10 pm
Tuesday11 am–10 pm
Wednesday11 am–10 pm
Thursday11 am–10 pm

The Burning Oak at Bedok Marketplace

The breaking news in 2023 for The Burning Oak at Bedok Marketplace is that there is to be a fresh and exciting menu. These guys are in a hawker but serve up some of the best steaks in SG that you’ll ever have. It is quite amazing to be dining on Iberico Pork Cheeks, Wagyu, and Foie Gras in a hawker, and these guys have nailed it!!!

But, in 2023 there is to be a new, more affordable selection, without sacrificing quality. This will be available on the 14th of February. It feels like they are being forced back to more hawker-style roots, due to the rising cost of living on Red Dot. I totally get that.

The guys at The Burning Oak at Bedok Marketplace have come to terms with the fact that not everyone can afford the $12-$28 price range typically found at food courts in order to adapt to modern times. They have worked hard to keep the rates low, but a shift in the market necessitated a menu change.

Additional features and personalization options are being considered. Favorite products like truffle beef, salmon, and chicken can be added to rice bowls. Enjoy three delicious new sauces in addition to the do-it-yourself beef platters.

The rising cost of Wagyu has forced them to eliminate it from the menu. This may come as a surprise. However, in its stead, they have carefully selected and rigorously tested a high-quality striploin steak, and they are certain it will do justice to its illustrious ancestor.

Having eaten here many many times due to their consistent quality of product, cooking, and plating I trust that they will indeed ‘get it right’ at The Burning Oak at Bedok Marketplace. I can’t wait now to get myself down there to try this new Striploin Steak offering. Plus pop to their neighborhood bar and wash that down with a lovely pint of Guinness, now there’s a unique hawker experience for you!!!

Pricing at The Burning Oak at Bedok Marketplace (what we ate below - old menu) is $

Wagyu Steak @ $14

Foie Gras 100 g @ $12

Pork Cheeks @ $12

bedok marketplace hawker burning oak smorgasbord


What does The Burning Oak at Bedok Marketplace have to say for itself?

We love to grill, smoke, and have fun feeding people!

Contact details, address and opening hours for The Burning Oak at Bedok Marketplace

Address; 348 Bedok Road #02-16, Singapore, Singapore
Telephone; 9234 7848
Opening Hours;
Friday11:30 am–2 pm, 5:30–9 pm
Saturday11:30 am–2 pm, 5:30–9 pm
Sunday11:30 am–2 pm, 5:30–9 pm
Tuesday11:30 am–2 pm, 5:30–9 pm
Wednesday11:30 am–2 pm, 5:30–9 pm
Thursday11:30 am–2 pm, 5:30–9 pm

Stirling Steaks Katong

This place is just so cheap, and unassuming. Quality steaks and pork jowl and so on. Woof, this is just what I want as one of the Steak restaurants near me.

Also a butchery and dry-age as a service offering.

The Katong neighborhood of Singapore is home to Stirling Steaks, a popular steakhouse renowned for its excellent steaks. 

Located on the main road of Katong, the neighborhood favourite Stirling Steaks is known for its excellent steaks and selection of local beers. The restaurant has a cool atmosphere, and its location, directly across from the i12 Katong shopping center, is ideal.


At Stirling Steaks, we received warm and helpful service. Everything is provided quickly, and the wait staff has always been attentive during our lunches every time we visit here.

The steaks at Stirling Steaks are reminiscent of those found in traditional steakhouses, but super cheap in comparison.


The prices at Stirling Steaks are super-cheap considering the high standard of the restaurant’s offerings. Stirling Steaks has an average per-person price of less than $40.


In sum, if you’re looking for a laid-back, high-quality steakhouse in Katong, look no further than Stirling Steaks. Stirling Steaks is the best place to go if you’re in the mood for a juicy steak and a cold beer, it is quality!!!

Pricing at Stirling Steaks is $

Bone-in Ribeye Steak 1kg @ $98

Angus T-Bone Steak 500g and Flank Steak 200g @ $62

Angus Tomahawk Steak 1.4-1.6kg @ $118

Stirling Steaks @ Katong

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What does Stirling Steaks have to say about itself?

CHARCOAL GRILLED STEAKS Eat the ENTIRE COW at Stirling Steaks! Stirling Steaks is a Singapore-based steakhouse that offers a unique dining experience that combines charcoal grilled steaks and outstanding service. The restaurant is widely popular among Singaporeans, having been established since 2014. You can eat the ENTIRE COW at Stirling Steaks. We serve 10 types of steak cuts, one of the most in any steakhouse. They include tomahawk, ribeye, striploin, T-bone, and other steak cuts. Our steaks have a smoky flavoured aroma as we slow grill our steaks over traditional CHARCOAL. Traditional charcoal-grill ensure meat juices are retained better, thereby giving customers a satisfying gastronomical experience. The delicious steaks are served with the popular “Stirling Sauce”, home-made from fresh herbs, and slow brewed over a long period of time. Our menu prices are reasonable, ranging from the $9.9 value steak meal to the highly popular Combo Special and Steak Buffet. We offer a selection of other meats, salads, and sides, ensuring there is something for everyone. The restaurant is named after “Stirling Road”, where the founder, Mr Elwyn Chan, grew up. Mr Chan is a highly successful hedge fund manager. He set up Stirling Steaks to share his craving for good quality steaks with friends.

Address, contacts details, reservations and bookings, and opening times for Stirling Steaks


WhatsApp; 89404245

Alternatively, fill out the reservation form.

Opening Hours;


12–3 pm, 6–10 pm
Saturday12–3 pm, 6–10 pm
Sunday12–3 pm, 6–10 pm
Monday12–3 pm, 6–10 pm
Tuesday12–3 pm, 6–10 pm
Wednesday12–3 pm, 6–10 pm
Thursday12–3 pm, 6–10 pm


My wife and kids say I cook the best steak in Singapore. I’d love to hold that podium position of #1 Steak Singapore, and it’s Wagyu Tomahawk steak that I cook too. The holy trinity. ChillaxBBQ is my little sideline cooking fine-dining BBQs and set-course meals at customers’ houses. Steak and Tomahawk steak is always one of the more popular asks when we create the menus together.

We practice reverse searing as THE technique for cooking these beautiful Tomahawk steaks. It’s easy, but the very best way to cook these steaks. We have achieved 5* out of 5* consistently, so something must be right.

Get the Tomahawk steak out of the fridge and bring it to room temperature (important to cook evenly). Season all over with sea salt and cracked black pepper (Kampot pepper if you have it). Set the oven to 90 degrees centigrade and cook for circa 90 minutes (depending on weight). Medium-rare steak temp is 57 degrees Centigrade. So measure to that. Rest for 5 minutes and then heat a skillet, or have your BBQ coals good to go and sear that bad-boy until you get a nice crust. Carve and then sprinkle with a little more sea salt and Kampot black pepper.

This will cook your Tomahawk steak to a Pink2Pink Perfection. Check the photo below. That’s what you want, rght there!

Pricing at ChillaxBBQ is $$

Tomahawk Steak Wagyu 1.5kg @ $140 

ChillaxBBQ Reverse-Seared Wagyu Beef

Halal steak Singapore

Halal steak Singapore is so important due to the wide diversity that Singapore is home to.  Halal steak is a type of steak that follows Islamic dietary rules. The word “halal” refers to what is permissible under Islamic law. Halal beef is derived from animals slaughtered in a specific manner, and only halal-certified products are permissible for consumption by those adhering to halal dietary restrictions.

Halal steak is widely available throughout the globe, including Singapore, which has a number of halal-certified steak restaurants. Here follow two that serve incredible food and the most amazing Halal steak Singapore.

Elfuego by Collins

Look no further than El Fuego by Collin’s at Jewel when you are seeking the very best Halal steak Singapore.

El Fuego by COLLIN’S, located in Jewel Changi Airport, is a halal-certified restaurant serving up exquisite Western fare. 

El Fuego by COLLIN’S provides an inviting and comfortable atmosphere thanks to its plush furnishings and sophisticated design. 

Food and Menu

El Fuego by COLLIN’S offers a variety of high-quality Western dishes prepared using fresh, local ingredients and traditional cooking methods. The Heirloom Tomato Salad with Plum Marinated, Olives Tapenade, Basil Pesto, and Feta Cheese that we sampled was a scrumptious example of the chef’s skill in combining complementary flavors. El Fuego by COLLIN’S also has a massive dry-aging fridge and yes folks that’s where their meat goes to another level.


El Fuego by COLLIN’S has fair prices for the high quality of their food and service. El Fuego by COLLIN’S typically charges $30 per person. For the quality steaks that you get, that is super-cheap in comparison to other Singapore steakhouses.


In conclusion, if you’re looking for a high-quality restaurant at Jewel Changi Airport, El Fuego by COLLIN’S is a great option. Everything about this restaurant is designed to make sure you have a good day, from the tasty food to the friendly service to the relaxing atmosphere.

Pricing at Elfuego by Collins is $$

Roots Regenerative Ribeye Steak @ $35

Black Angus Beef Short Rib Steak 1.5kg @ $98

Black Angus Charcoal Grilled Australian Tomahawk Steak 1.3kg @ $148

el fuego by collin's at jewel

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What does Elfuego by Collins have to say about itself?

About Elfuego® Elfuego®️ – the first halal restaurant concept by COLLIN’S®️ chain of restaurants, winner of the Best Halal Restaurant at the Halal Awards 2020, has just won the Best Halal Restaurant in RAS Epicurean Award 2021 – “The People’s Choice” on 16 December 2021. Helmed by new Head Chef, Chef Joe and a refreshed Halal menu, Elfuego®️ by COLLIN’S®️ continues to present an elevated dining experience for both Muslim and non-Muslim guests, with the new creations in this carefully curated menu.

Contact details, address and opening hours of El Fuego by Collin's

Address: 78 Airport Blvd., #02 – 216, Singapore 819666
Phone: 6513 0716
Opening Hours;
Friday10 am–9 pm
Saturday10 am–9 pm
Sunday10 am–9 pm
Monday10 am–9 pm
Tuesday10 am–9 pm
Wednesday10 am–9 pm
Thursday10 am–9 pm

Meathouse by 18 Chefs

Halal steak Singapore at its best. Originally owned by my Facebook BFF, Chef Benny Se Teo, also a mate of KF Seetoh,  in turn, mates with Anthony Bourdain. The first Eighteen Chefs location was opened in 2007 at Eastpoint Mall by Benny Se Teo, an ex-offender and former drug addict who was having trouble finding work. He learned about the Fifteen Foundation while interning with Jamie Oliver. The rest is history. Chef Benny is now retired.

What amazes me about The Meathouse by 18Chefs is the concept by 18 Chefs. Yes, you should have a read on the amazing Chef Teo, or maybe Google search and watch one of his Ted Talks. Mr. Oliver’s 15 helped Chef Teo. And now he is an acclaimed Chef, yes, buy his book as it is BRILLIANT. His crew is exceptional, especially when you appreciate some of the guy’s backgrounds.

The food is seriously off the charts and sits up there with the best of the best in my humble reckonings. This makes it even more of a stand-out for me. Today we ate in a hustle and bustle of a local shopping centre, in a no-frills restaurant, with food that is beating many silver service food establishments hands down some of the best steak in SG.

Pricing at Meathouse by 18Chefs is $

Premium Ribeye Steak 300g @ $42

Filet Mignon 250g @ $42

T-Bone Steak 550g @ $52

the meathouse

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What does Meathouse by 18Chefs have to say about itself?

The MEATHOUSE; license to grill... The MeatHöuse is proud to present an inventive menu of premium meats inspired by international cuisines.

Address, Contact Details and Opening Hours of Meathouse by 18Chefs

Address; 2 tampines central 5, century square #05-04,  S(529509)

Telephone; +65 6260 1752

Opening Hours;

Sun – thurs 11.30am – 9.30pm,

Fri – sat 11.30am – 10.00pm


Best Steak Cuts

Tomahawk Steak:

Tomahawk steak is a cut of beef taken from the cow’s rib region. It’s a thicker and larger variant of the ribeye steak, with the bone extending from the rib to give it a distinct tomahawk shape. Tomahawk steak is THE BOMB, and my personal favourite, especially when you want to WOW the dining crowd.

It is best to let a tomahawk steak come to room temperature before seasoning well with sea salt and cracked black Kampot pepper and cooking. Grilling is a popular technique in which the steak is cooked indirectly over low heat for a few minutes on each side before being seared over high heat for a few minutes on each side to produce a charred crust. After that, take the steak from the heat and set it aside for a few minutes before serving. Called resting, it allows the juices to settle back into the meat, making it super juicy.

You can also call this method reverse-searing, my absolutely all-time favourite way of cooking Tomahawk steak.

The internal temperature of the steak should be monitored to ensure that it achieves the desired level of doneness, which for a tomahawk steak is typically medium-rare. Medium rare steak temp is 55-60 degrees Centigrade.


A ribeye steak is a cut of meat from the steer’s rib section. It’s enriched by a layer of fat that surrounds the tender “eye” that divides the two muscles that make it up. Ribeye steaks can be boneless or bone-in, which means they contain a portion of rib bone; bone-in ribeyes are sometimes referred to as “rib steaks”.

When preparing a ribeye steak, it is best to season both sides with salt and cracked black pepper and leave it at room temperature for 30 minutes to 1 hour before cooking. If you have Kampot black pepper, use it.

It’s also a good idea to pat dry with paper napkins and season with more salt and pepper. Depending on personal taste, ribeye steaks can be cooked in a variety of ways, including reverse-searing (my favourite), pan-searing, grilling, or broiling. The bone-in ribeye steak contributes flavour and moisture. It’s worth noting that the thickness of the steak can influence the amount of time and temperature needed to accomplish the desired doneness.

Medium rare steak temp is 55-60 degrees Centigrade.

Filet Mignon: 

A filet mignon is a tender and lean cut of beef taken from the smaller end of the tenderloin or psoas major muscle. Filet Mignon is frequently presented as a round cut taken from the tenderloin’s thinner end and is regarded as one of the most desirable and costly steak cuts.

Because filet mignon has less marbling than other steak cuts, it is essential not to overcook it. Using a meat thermometer, rare is 120°F with a cool to warm red center and ideal steak texture, and medium-rare is 130°F with a warm red center and perfect steak texture. The filet mignon should be seasoned with salt and pepper on both sides and cooked in a variety of ways, including searing in a skillet or baking.

Medium rare steak temp is 55-60 degrees Centigrade.

It should be noted that filet mignon can also be found in Porterhouse and T-bone steaks. Filet mignon slices are typically 1 to 2 inches thick and 2 to 3 inches in diameter on the market.

filet mignon steak

New York Strip: 

New York strip steak is a cut of beef steak from a cow’s short loin, also known as a strip steak. It is made up of a muscle called the longissimus, which does little labor and thus produces tender meat, though not as tender as the nearby psoas major or tenderloin. Unlike tenderloin, the longissimus is a large muscle that can be cut into larger sections.

A common technique for cooking New York strip steak is to sear the steaks in a skillet over high heat. Heat the pan until it’s smoking hot, then add the steaks and cook for 1 minute per side, without moving them. Finish the sirloin in the oven at 200°C for 6-8 minutes, or until done to preference.

Grilling is another common way to prepare strip steak. Preheat your grill to high heat, then position the steaks on a diagonal on the grill. Cook for 2-3 minutes for medium-rare, then flip 45 degrees and grill for another 2-3 minutes. Finish grilling the steaks until done to your liking, flipping them over, and repeating the procedure. That’s how you get that restaurant-like cross-cross of searing on the steak.

Medium rare steak temp is 55-60 degrees Centigrade.

new york strip steak

Hanger Steak AKA Skirt Steak:

Hanger steak is a cut of beef from the plate, which is the animal’s upper belly. Hanger steak is made up of a pair of muscles that form a V shape and dangle just below the animal’s diaphragm, hence the name. Despite the presence of an inedible membrane running down the center, hanger steak is frequently the tenderest cut of flesh.

Butchers used to retain it for themselves rather than sell it because the general public thought it was a rough cut of meat, despite the fact that it is one of the most tender. It was coined the Butcher’s Cut.

In Europe, especially in French bistros, hanger steak is popular. For the best taste and tenderness, it should be grilled or pan-seared and served rare to medium-rare with just sea salt and cracked black pepper. Hanger steak is renowned for its rich, beefy flavor and can be a tasty and tender cut of meat.

Mist Panglao

Mist Panglao is a relatively new eatery in Panglao, Bohol. It immediately became a family favourite, and a location we will always visit once or twice when we come of out our Philippines house.

Mist Palnglao opened in October 2020 and has grown in popularity, with celebrities and influencers alike, when in Bohol. Mist Panglao is situated on Panglao Island, Bohol, at Purok 5, Brgy. Danao, about 10 minutes from the Bohol-Panglao International Airport. The restaurant is open every day from 10:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Mist Panglao serves a variety of dishes and beverages, which can be found on their Facebook and Instagram accounts. The eatery is renowned for its beautiful interior, like an airy treehouse, and outdoor dining area, which provides diners with a relaxing ambiance. Finally, Mist Panglao is a must-visit eatery if you’re in Bohol.

Especially now they have this on the menu. We have not had the chance to eat this Tomahawk steak yet. We left at the end of December 2022, and in January 2023 that went on the menu. We have to wait until our next trip now in June 2023.

WARHAMMER steak is a MIST star dish; 8 hours of slow-cooked premium beef backbones in herbs and spices with original sauce and honey lemon butter dip. BOOMSKI!!!

Pricing at Mist Panglao, the Philippines is $

WARHAMMER Steak premium beef back bone in rib @ PHP 1,499 which is SGD $ 36.40

mist panglao tomahawk

Some top-tips for steak from ISLIFEARECIPE, based on your FAQ's

How to cook steak?

Here’s a simple steak cooking recipe:


  • Rib-Eye Steak (1-2 inches thick)
  • Olive oil or other culinary oil, sea salt,
  • and cracked black pepper


  1. Remove the sirloin from the refrigerator and set it aside for at least 30 minutes before cooking to get to room temperature.
  2. Preheat the oven to 180 degrees Celsius.
  3. Season the steak on both sides liberally with salt and pepper.
  4. On the hob, heat a skillet over medium-high heat.
  5. Swirl a tablespoon of oil around in the pan to coat the bottom.
  6. When the skillet is hot, add the steak and sear it for 2-3 minutes on each side, or until a golden-brown crust develops.
  7. Cook the steak for an additional 5-10 minutes in the preheated oven, based on the desired doneness.
  8. Check the internal temperature of the steak with a meat thermometer: 52°C for rare, 57°C for medium-rare, 63°C for medium-well, and 71°C for well-done.
  9. When the steak is done to your liking, take it from the skillet and set it aside for 5-10 minutes before slicing and serving.
  10. Medium rare steak temp is 55-60 degrees Centigrade.

How to reheat a steak?

Here’s two quick ways to reheat a steak to perfection;

Method 1:

Making Use of the Oven

  • Preheat the oven to 120 degrees Celsius).
  • Place the steak in a shallow baking dish or on a baking sheet.
  • Wrap the steak in aluminum foil, leaving a tiny gap for steam to escape.
  • Heat the steak in the oven for 10-15 minutes, or until it achieves the temperature you desire.
  • Check the internal temperature of the steak with a meat thermometer: 52°C for rare, 57°C for medium-rare, 63°C for medium-well, and 71°C for well-done.
  • Remove the steak from the oven once it has achieved the desired temperature and set it aside for a few minutes before serving.
  • Medium rare steak temp is 55-60 degrees Centigrade.

Method 2:

Cooking in a Skillet

  • On the hob, heat a skillet over medium-high heat.
  • Swirl a tablespoon of butter or oil around in the pan to coat the bottom.
  • When the skillet is hot, add the steak and cook for 1-2 minutes on each side, or until heated through.
  • Remove the steak from the skillet once it has achieved the desired temperature and set it aside for a few minutes before serving.

When reheating steak, be cautious not to overcook it, as this can cause it to become dry and tough. To avoid overcooking, reheat the steak slowly and stop when it hits the desired temperature.

How to grill a steak?

Here’s a simple steak grilling recipe:


  • Steak (1-2 inches thick)
  • Olive oil or other oil,
  • Salt, and pepper


  • Remove the steak from the refrigerator and set it aside for at least 30 minutes before cooking.
  • Preheat the griddle to high.
  • Season the steak on both sides liberally with salt and pepper.
  • To avoid sticking, rub a small amount of oil onto both sides of the steak.
  • Sear the steak for 2-3 minutes per side on the grill, or until a golden-brown crust develops.
  • After the steak has been seared, move it to a cooler section of the grill or lower the heat to medium and continue cooking until the steak is done to your liking.
  • Check the internal temperature of the sirloin with a meat thermometer: 52°C for rare, 57°C for medium-rare, 63°C for medium-well, and 71°C for well-done.
  • When the steak is done to your liking, take it from the grill and let it rest for 5-10 minutes before slicing and serving.
  • Medium rare steak temp is 55-60 degrees Centigrade.
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