Top 5 Steak Restaurants in Singapore
I am extremely picky when it comes to steak. I honestly love steak the most when my boyfriend BBQs them on our balcony. Unfortunately we cant do that everyday so therefore we ventured out to find you the best place to have an unforgettable steak experience.
Since I don’t eat meat from animals that haven’t had a decent life I am more than willing to pay an extra amount of money just to make sure me and the cow had, have and will have a decent live.
- Luke’s Oyster Bar & Chophouse (Gemmil Lane)
If you want to have an amazing evening with lots of classiness, style and chic you should go for Luke’s Chophoue. From my perspective the best steak I had in town – it is THE place to check out.
Besides the steak there are many other options to look out for and the Wine List is extensive but expensive. You need to be putting down some extra cash both for food and wine but overall it is worth the price. If you want to have a memorable evening, head to Luke’s and I am sure you wont be disappointed.
- Bochinche (Amoy Street)
Just a stone throw away from Luke’s Chophouse you find Bochinche in the middle of Amoy Street. With Bochinche you will never go wrong. Vast Menu with lots of different items inspired by South America, awesome selection of Steaks and a decent Wine Menu – all within prices ranges that are OK for most of the pockets.
This Steakhouse goes for anyone – Girls Evening to Birthday Dinner then venue is really nice, welcoming and a sure win for any occasion. Grab a seat right at the open kitchen and have a chat with one of the BBQ Chefs to get your perfect piece of meat. I really love this place
- Mortons (Mandarin Oriental)
Now most of the people who are reading this will most likely question me why I havent put Morton’s at the very beginning of this list. So Mortons is one of THE Steak institutions in Singapore. Indeed, when you arrive in the big restaurant inside Mandarin Oriental hotel you will be blown away by the classiness of the venue: Dark wood, dimmed light, perfect service,… all there.
Unfortunately you need to be prepared to put down a lot of $ to have a decent night. The wines (beautiful wine menu) are clearly on the (overpriced) higher side, a good piece of filet (300g) will come for 100 SGD without any side dish.
The upside is clearly a delicious piece of meat… that goes without saying, The service is great and the styling goes clearly for an American Fine Dining experience.
- CUT by Wolfgang Puck (Marina Bay Sands)
Something like an icon on the Singapore Restaurant Scene is CUT by Wolfgang Puck in Marina Bay Sands (Shoppes by the Bay). An incredible restaurant interior and setup gurantees you an awesome night out. Everyone who got something to celebrate like an anniversary or birthday should consider having a romantic dinner at CUT.
Wolfgang Puck is one of the best chefs in the world and so the food and wine quality goes without saying. You pay for what you are getting and be prepared to spend big dollars. Needless to say that you really get an awesome steak and an awesome night paired with impeccable service.
I would go there more often if I would earn more money, clearly 🙂
- Burnt Ends (Keong Saik)
Well Burnt Ends also ended up on my listeven th0ugh the Concept of it isn’t really the same as with the other Restaurants. The menu is prepared like shared small plates and also the steak is supposed to be shared.
Nevertheless, the quality of the steak in this Australian Restaurant is truly outstanding and the taste close to divine. I really dont know where they buy their meat but it is amazing.
Also here, 100g of meat goes for 50 SGD without any side so a small 300g steak amounts to 150SGD. This is clearly the most expensive steak in SG which I had but the meat was melting away in my mouth – incredible.
The wine list is good with lots of rare and older vintages. Also here the wines are for my perception a bit overpriced but the selection has a high quality and you pay what you get for.
Be prepared to wait for some time before getting a table since reservations cant be done (unless you want to eat at 6.30pm – maybe thats something for the older generation then)