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1 Vista Exchange Green
#01-42/K3 The Star Vista
Singapore 138617

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11:00am - 11:00pm

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Winding up the weekend with this great value piece of striploin served alongside sautéed Brussels and cinnamon pumpkin.

Every grill specialties comes with 2 complements. Peas are no longer available but noticed some interesting newly added ones like garlic butter eggplant, Parmesan asparagus, apple & nut salad.

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Value of money good steak ribeye ($20) and chicken ($10.50) with no service charge and GST. Love the wide range of side dishes to choose from, including Cauliflower cheese and cream spinach that's baked! Wow!

Ordered medium done-ness but this was more towards done. However the salmon wasn’t as dry as expected. It was quite fresh and the skin was crispy. Cauliflower cheese was quite interesting together with their salad. Would still recommend trying this even though the done-ness wasn’t right. 7.0/10

Came here for lunch with colleagues and am surprised with the quality of chicken and sides! The service was really good, despite them mixing up our orders but handling the situation with grace and giving us the additional sides we originally ordered. For the price, iSteaks is definitely worth it!

Grilled chicken which came with 2 sides of your choice. Chose parmesan cheese asparagus and baked potato.
Love the parmesan cheese asparagus, it wasn’t too hard nor too soft and the cheese made it even more flavourful. Chicken was really juicy, thick and tender. This was a really good meal for the price. 7.0/10

A steak is a steak is a steak. Nothing compares to the universal litmus test of a fantastic grill like a perfectly cooked steak. Juicy on the inside, beautifully pink in the center with an irresistible char from that which we know as the Maillard reaction. Of course, when we choose to step out of our homes rather than grabbing a 250g slab of ribeye at the butcher, we end up spending more than we want to, and rightfully more than we should.
As with all things Singaporean, cheap is always good. At iSteaks (not another overpriced one-dimensional Apple product), one can expect to find a small and simple selection of steak cuts done right, paired nicely with a decent price tag. On the topic of pairings, iSteaks boasts a number of fine compliments to go along with your carnivorous desires. From steakhouse classics such as Country Baked Beans and Onion Rings to humble creations such as their Cinnamon Pumpkin.
After eating at iSteaks ever since they were reeling in elongated 6pm queues every night in the heart of Holland Village, my all-time favourite order is a plate well decorated with a beautifully grilled NZ Striploin ($18/200g, $21/250g), alongside a warm buttery Baked Potato and a delectable serving of Macaroni & Cheese. Of course, one can opt for Steak House cuts of 350g and 450g, if you’re feeling a little beefy whenever.
When we’re talking groups of four or more, look no further than their AU Wagyu D-Rump ($115/1.2kg), a luscious Australian Wagyu top sirloin steak with a marbling score of 4/5 (ms4/5) that can be easily shares amongst 4 hungry carnivores.