68 Orchard Road
#N3-10 NomadX @ Plaza Singapura
Singapore 238839

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Sunday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Monday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

150g, medium rare. I came here for cheap good steaks, accidentally ordered a cheap lousy steak. This cut, though substantial with good bite, had near-zero flavour, so the meal felt quite meaningless. Sides are wakame udon and koshihikari (aka plain) rice. The udon was surprisingly decent.

150g, medium. I don't like strip steaks but the fattiness of this cut attracted me. It was really fatty and shiok haha. Every bite was an explosion. But that and the size meant it wasn't really filling. Sides are mac & cheese and sauteed trio mushrooms - two of the best!

One of my fav places for affordable wagyu beef steak! Sometimes certain cuts may be sold out so it depends on your luck. I usually go for the flat iron

"Wagyu for the masses." ~ That should be the tagline for this restaurant. When it comes to steaks, I firmly believe that you CANNOT make mediocre meat taste good, ever. Because of this, I often shun the ones offered at "affordable chain restaurants" like Swensen's and Aston's.

This franchise (opened by Aston's, ironically), however, piqued my interest with its claims of offering grade A3 Wagyu cuts at prices practically unheard of. The menu features an absolute plethora of steaks, each from a different part of the cow. Most cuts are available in two different portions (150g & 220g). Do note that medium Rare and medium are the only options to have your meat done.

Cutting into it, I could immediately tell this was NOT your average family diner steak. Juices (yes, juice, not blood) flooded the plate, and every morsel melts in the mouth. Each piece was ridiculously marbled, bathing my mouth in what I imagine Nirvana to taste like. I must warn, however, it does get pretty oily, so maybe opt for something more healthy as your side dish. The french fries and bacon mac & cheese were passable, but with a main course like that, all is forgiven. Oh, and there's complimentary ice cream for all diners.

While the interior and ambience of the restaurant may pale in comparison to more posh steakhouses, there is definitely nothing boring about the meat served here (not to mention at a fraction of the price). Also to take note: the availability of the steak cuts are subject to change everyday, so do clarify with the staff before dining.

First bite into the spaghetti - EPIC FAIL because it wasn’t al dente and too overcooked. It was difficult to taste the bolognese objectively after that because the spaghetti was just absolutely disappointing, which was a pity because I think the sauce was decent wagyu-ish, like approximately 6/10. This dish should just be avoided until they learn how to cook spaghetti the right way.

Truly melt in your mouth. Perfectly medium rare. But honestly for the price, it better be good! 😋 The sides however were so-so - while the Koshihikari rice was okay, the coleslaw was tasteless. Would come back to try cheaper cuts to see if they are of comparable relative quality.

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