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Steak Burrito Bowl

$18.00 · 10 Reviews

Move aside, run-of-the-mill cafe fare – this Arab Street resident dishes out creatively done, big-on-flavour bowls and burgers. Go for the highly raved Pulled Pork Kolo Mee ($17), a fusion dish of poached egg, flavour-packed pulled pork and springy kolo noodles. Perfect for a sumptuous lunch, the Steak Burrito Bowl ($18) sees a generous portion of perfectly seared steak on cauliflower rice, best paired with the well-balanced Flat White ($5.50).
Photo by Burppler Gwen Cheng

📈: 6.5/10

💸: $18 (Ribeye Bowl), $18 (Pulled Pork Kolo Mee +$1 Chilli Oil)

🤔: Initially went for their steak burrito bowl and their half baked cookie dough, both of which was unavailable so we opted for the kolo mee and ribeye bowl instead. Kolo mee was pretty good to me but my friend lamented that she’s had better and at a cheaper price. Though the pork was a little dry, it was still pretty flavourful and when mixed into the noodle with the egg and the chilli oil, it tasted pretty good. However, having to pay an additional $1 for that small dollop of chilli oil was a little disappointing. There was also 1 pickled cauliflower and some picked carrots and cucumber. We opted for brown rice for the ribeye bowl and I thought it was not bad. The steak was seasoned with just your everyday flavouring but was still pretty tasty to me. Came with a small side of smashed avocado and beans, the latter I did not really like as I prefer my beans warmed up. Food took about 20 minutes and although service was slow, staff were quite bubbly.

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Location 🗺: 25 Arab Street, Singapore 199724
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Nearest MRT 🚇: Bugis
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Opening Hours 🕒: 8:30AM - 9PM
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Rating 📈: 3.5/5
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Price 💸: $18 (Ribeye Bowl), $18 (Pulled Pork Kolo Mee +$1 Chilli Oil)
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Review 💬: Initially went for their steak burrito bowl and their half baked cookie dough, both of which was unavailable so we opted for the kolo mee and ribeye bowl instead. Kolo mee was pretty good to me but my friend lamented that she’s had better and at a cheaper price. Though the pork was a little dry, it was still pretty flavourful and when mixed into the noodle with the egg and the chilli oil, it tasted pretty good. However, having to pay an additional $1 for that small dollop of chilli oil was a little disappointing. There was also 1 pickled cauliflower and some picked carrots and cucumber. We opted for brown rice for the ribeye bowl and I thought it was not bad. The steak was seasoned with just your everyday flavouring but was still pretty tasty to me. Came with a small side of smashed avocado and beans, the latter I did not really like as I prefer my beans warmed up. Food took about 20 minutes and although service was slow, staff were quite bubbly. Do take note that this cafe charges service charge, but not GST. Wouldn’t go back specially for either of the dishes but if I were to crave for an atas kolo mee, The Hangar would definitely be my choice.

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For $18 bucks, the amount of meat in this bowl is pretty obscene! Tasty seasoned beef atop a bed of cauliflower rice, flat eggplant discs, cherry tomatoes, sautéed mushrooms and a dollop of guac makes for a damn hearty bowl (conveniently left out the beans cause I ain’t a baked bean person). Waking up to a bowl of this and their coffee on the weekend is just pure bliss.🙇🏻‍♂️

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Eating clean never looked so mouth-watering! With low-carb cauliflower rice as base, the flavours and textures are piled up high with crisped up fried eggplant discs, juicy and tangy roasted cherry tomatoes, creamy guac, fresh greens, sautéed shrooms and liberally seasoned steak (cooked to a medium doneness). There's also a dollop of sweet tomato-ey baked beans, but I'm not too fond of it personally (not sure if that was meant to be the salsa or was replaced when we visited). That aside, we really enjoyed this flavourful bowl.

Love the guac and salsa but the steak was too rubbery and tough that we found it unpalatable sadly 😂 The cauliflower rice also needed more seasoning

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The Steak & Chips ($20++) tastes better than it looked. Was worried this medium-rare flank was overcooked, judging from the outside. But after I cut into it & started chomping, my eyes lit up. The chips & salad were unfortunately nothing special; I'd rather the Steak Burrito Bowl over this, but that's just my personal preference. The latter is definitely more filling & value for money.

💳 Accepts credit cards
🌬 Air-conditioned seats available
☀️ Al fresco seats available

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Recommended by fellow foodie, @veronicaphua, this is a salad bowl that you definitely shouldn’t miss out when you’re at the Hangar for a meal. Aptly named Steak Burrito Bowl ($18), this got me all excited upon seeing the mountain of ingredients atop the cauliflower rice. What’s more, you instantly know that you’ve made the right choice when there’s a nicely grilled slab of flank steak to go with the other vegetables such as mushroom, cherry tomatoes and homemade baked beans. The hearty portion will most certainly fill you up and I recommend you wash it all down with an iced latte.
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The Hangar
Address: 25, Arab Street, Singapore 199724

If you are reading this post in hungry mode, I apologise in advance.
So, it was brought to my notice today that portion sizes at @thehangarsg have grown. Which means one of my preferred dishes there, the Steak Burrito Bowl, has become even heartier. Needless to say, it is still as satisfyingly tasty as ever.
What’s in that killer mix that can do no wrong? Well, a sliced-up slab of grass-fed flank steak, avocado in guac form, aubergine, mushrooms, cherry tomatoes and housemade spiced baked beans on cauliflower rice. So yeah, sorry if your stomach just growled 😜.
Make sure you also don’t miss out on the coffee when you’re hanging at The Hangar. Owner Pav roasts his own blend of beans and takes great pride in his brand of “sexy coffee”. The good news is if you’re in working around Maxwell Hawker Centre, you can now get your caffeine fix at The Hangar’s second outlet at stall #01-33.

The perfect lunch bowl ($17+). The medium rare steak was juicy and went perfectly with the cauliflower rice and the veggies.

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