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Good For Celebrations Steam mussels were soooo fresh, and found out that they ship in the mussels every Thurs alive and not frozen! It's while stock lasts every week! Better to share to Pork Chop cos the portion is big! Service was so good and comfortable. Definitely worth the Michelin Star.
Clarence
1w
⁣ • Cut by Wolfgang Puck 🇸🇬 • ⁣ ⁣ Featuring their Early Cuts menu, which blew my mind. 🤩⁣ ⁣ ✨ I love how they served an assortment of bread to us instead of the usual basket of bread by the corner in most restaurants. The selection was amazing & thank you for giving me extras 🤤🤩🤩👏🏻⁣ ⁣ ✨ The beef steak certainly did not fail to impress & it was done perfectly. 👏🏻 I added a Maine lobster to my steak & it was a lovely addition to my main course. ⁣ ⁣ ✨ What really blew me away was the elegant bowl of white corn soup which looked so ordinary but it was the most flavorful corn 🌽 soup that I’ve ever tasted everrrr. Kudos to the chef for concocting this bowl of soup. 👏🏻👏🏻⁣ ⁣ 🍽 is located at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, 2 Bayfront Avenue B1-71 S(018972) ⁣ ⁣ 🕰 Opens daily (5.30pm-11.30pm)⁣ ⁣ 📝 This Early Cuts menu is available till 7.00pm and it’s $95++ per person.
Christine
4w
Kaya “Baked Alaska” ($24++) A worldwide exclusive to CUT at Marina Bay Sands, the Kaya “Baked Alaska” is an inspired interpretation of Singapore’s favourite “kaya toast set” that happens to hit the dessert jackpot big time. This bestseller has our local all-day delight re-imagined as a stunningly scrumptious creation of coconut cake, pandan ice-cream and coconut sorbet clad in meringue. The accompanying coffee crumble and egg sabayon with a little sugar and butter are the respective representations of the cup of “kopi” and half boiled eggs one always has as part of the kaya toast set. I love the fact that this wonderfully fragrant and none-too-sweet dessert is very light. So however stuffed you may be feeling by this point in your meal, you can still order one to inhale.
Veronica
5w
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Strawberry Eton Mess || @WooloomoolooSteakHouseSG . The week just whizzed by and it's almost Friday! How has your week been? 😊 . Here's a classic summer British dessert with meringue, devonshire clotted cream, strawberry sauce and strawberries. Wish there were more strawberries though! . Ambience makes up an important part of the dining experience and Wooloomooloo offers a wonderful view overlooking the City Hall/ Marina Bay area. Swipe ⬅️ to view MBS in the background.. . . . . . . . . ______________________________________ . . . #thehedgehogknows #wooloomooloosteakhousesg #wooloomooment #strawberry #etonmess
The Hedgehog
12w
My friend had endless praises after having this weekend brunch! Here's what we had: 1️⃣Red Snapper Carpaccio 2️⃣Beef Cheek Taco 3️⃣Minestrone / Spiced Cauliflower Soup 4️⃣USDA Prime 6 oz Beef Rib Eye / Seafood Stew 5️⃣3 Ways Chocolate / Passion Tart . Weekend Brunch starting from S$68 per person Available from 11:30am to 3pm (Saturday & Sunday) . Where to dine? Wooloomooloo Steakhouse *located behind Charles & Keith boutique* 2 Stamford Rd, Level 3 Swissotel The Stamford, 178882
Rachel
28w
It’s Friday, TGIF ... time to plan where to brunch this weekend. After the whole week eat Chinese food, why not this weekend go to @wooloomooloosteakhousesg. . @wooloomooloosteakhousesg serve Surf and Turf brunch menu that’s definitely yummy for $68++/pax. . Feature USDA Prime 6 oz Beef Rib Eye. Served with pomme aligot and confit truss tomatoes. Swipe to the next pic to see more detail about the menu. . Beside that, @wooloomooloosteakhousesg also have special four-course menu curated by Chef Dinesh at Wooloomooloo Steakhouse for this Valentine. The menu comes with an option for wine or whisky pairing @ S$118++/S$198++ per guest. 📍Wooloomooloo. 2 Stamford Road, level 3, Swissotel the Stamford.
Cecil
36w
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Steak Better Than Most Expensive Ones Outside! Upon entering the shop, it was quite small with limited seats. I suggest you make a reservation in advanced and I did so using the Quandoo app! So convenient. The kitchen was just directly behind the seats, so I think my hair reeked of the cooking smell after I left the shop. But that was okay because... I absolutely love the steak!!! I ordered the ribeye steak which was about $30++ and I must say it was quite a good portion. It also comes with mash, salad and roasted tomatoes, which was very tasty too! I ordered medium rare for the steak and I'm glad it was cooked so well, there was not much of the red juices oozing out. Paired it with the caramelised onion sauce was a good combo. Currently they have a 30% discount during lunchtime from 1-4pm, so the overall bill was worth it! I think their steak quality and cooking skill is much better than most others that are selling at higher prices. Service was okay as well. I'd definitely come back again!
Demi
46w
[Cote de Boeuf ($78 for 700g, feeds 2 to 3). I find that they serve good and affordable steak suitable for casual or family dining, and it's one of the few steakhouses that are halal, yet serving good steaks. 🔸 Pictured is their Cote de Boeuf, and that's a lot of premium beef for only $78. What you see is a 150 days grain fed Black Angus, hand graded to ensure taste, quality and consistency, and served with your choice of sauce - black pepper and mushroom, caramelized onions or spicy vinaigrette. 🔸 Better still, there's a 30% off main courses promotion on weekdays except Tues (closed on Tue) from 1pm to 5pm. You just need to key in your orders before 5pm to enjoy this deal. 🔸🔸 Taken during a tasting.
Justin
2y
The Royals Steakhouse 170g Ribeye, medium well is a bit tough. Lose the tenderness. Medium doneness would be much better. The pepper sauce is good but try their onion caramelised sauce.. ($28)Rate:👍🏻
Linda
2y
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300g NZ Angus Ribeye For $30.50 this was a steal! Medium rare steak came a little too rare tho~
Benjamin
21w
Steak Puns Are A Rare Medium Well Done Steakout has been around for ages, and they’ve had a change of chefs a year or two ago. However, the last time I paid a trip to Steakout was also a couple of years ago, which means that there’s now only one question that steaks out: has the quality dropped? Fortunately, the answer is a resounding no. This 250 gram slab of Angus ribeye straight from New Zealand costs $26.90 nett and is worth the moolah. Tender, succulent bovine is sublimely seasoned with salt & pepper, and served up with a redolent red wine sauce. That’s really all you need for a decent meal that’ll steak out in your memory. Of course, the sides are still rather disappointing, but bear in mind that you’re here to chow down on the cow, not on the cow’s food.
Russell
2y
NZ Angus Ribeye - 250g ($26.90) This was slightly disappointing, especially considering the price. The steak while well-seasoned turned out to be a little dry, and slightly over-cooked for something that was supposed to be medium-rare. Quantity of the side dishes were not great, and other places like Astons etc. which have similar offerings at cheaper prices are more generous with their sides. If the steak itself was better, it might have been worth it. But unfortunately, this fell short of expectations. To be fair, their non-steak items like chicken are much cheaper and probably more value for money.
Yeung Kai
3y
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