200 Victoria Street
#01-69 Bugis Junction
Singapore 188021

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11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

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A takeout of western grills of mash potatoes, grilled chicken, grilled fish n salads… yummy!

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Fish & Chips w Tartar Sauce ($12.90). portion was reallyyyyyy big and fish were fried till crispy!! Inside wasn’t bland and was q tender! sides i got were coleslaw which was v tangy (might not be everyone’s thing) and mash potato which was SO SMOOTH & CREAMY & BUTTERY YALL HAVE TO GET THIS AS ONE (or both🤪) OF UR SIDES

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Josh’s Famous Onion Rings ($4.50) weren’t offered as a side for the meats so we got this ala carte. It was HUMONGOUS and fried really crispy!! the spicy mayo that came with it was not bad too. but it’s really oily so gotta share

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just simple bread and butter as appetiser:)

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Casual dining restaurant that serves food fast. I thought the waitress was exaggerating when she said food was going to take 10 mins but she was right. The restaurant was still crowded at that point but it was close to last order.

I had their tomato soup which was interestingly served with two buns and butter. It was flavorful and the texture was closer to purée; I liked it a lot.

The main course I had was Fish & Chips (one of their signature/ recommendations) and it was a large serving. The fish fillet was crispy and tender on the inside as it should be, and was satisfying to eat. The sides were much more lack-luster. Mac and Cheese is passable but I couldn't care for the Garlic Rice.

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@joshsgrill is yet another entrant into the battle royale that is the affordable, casual steakhouse market. Facing off against the big boys who’ve been established for far longer is already a daunting task, but to do that and consistently pull in colossal crowds? That’s pretty impressive for a steakhouse that’s only about a year old.⠀

What Josh’s Grill nails on the head is the price versus quality ratio. A two hundred gram cut of Australian ribeye steak with two sides for $23.90++ is just slightly pricier than their competitors, but the superior quality of the steak is undeniable. While my particular cut of steak wasn’t trimmed as cleanly as it should’ve been, it was a tremendously tender steak with an awesome amount of fat marbling running through the beef. The odd spots of gristle aside, there’s no denying that this steak is stellar stuff.⠀

Grilled to a majestic medium rare, this succulent steak is seasoned simply yet superbly. If the standard seasoning ain’t enough for you, there’s always the savoury brown sauce on the side for you to drench your beef in. You don’t really need it, but the sapid sauce is still decently delicious.⠀

As for the sides, the slightly sweet, titillatingly tart & nutty green mango & pineapple Thai salad is a bonafide winner. It effectively counters the steak: the fatty, salty & tender steak is foiled by the sweet, sour & crunchy qualities of the salad. Of course, it wouldn’t be a steakhouse without a baked potato, so Josh’s beautiful baked tater is utterly laden with sour cream & butter for even more hedonism.⠀

For under thirty dollars, this ‘Strayan ribeye is a ridiculously worthy investment. No dips, no crashes, only a bull market at Josh’s Grill with steaks this sterling.

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