Western

Western

Savouring of International, Western dishes like Italian, American & European.
Bryan Soh
Bryan Soh

Came here for the steak buffet and service was quite fast compared to last time as we came at 8pm Thursday this time. Food was not bad considering it as a steak buffet of $33

Upon seated, we were served with popcorn for us to enjoy. The selection of sides was more than other similar western concept. I ordered the Prawn Paste Chicken Chop ($9.80) and it looks good. For the sides, I chose Aglio Olio Spaghetti and Sweet Potato Fries which is not usually found in other similar western concept and it was good. After our meal, they served us watermelon slice to enjoy.

It was a good experience and hope that it expand more for other people to enjoy

After watching his variety show from Hell's Kitchen, I have been a fan of him and the food he have to offer especially the beef wellington. We had to book 3 weeks in advance to even have a chance to eat at his restaurant.

They served complimentary bread which is very nice which I believed is they made it themselves.

We ordered Short Rib Croquettes ($21), Ossobuco ($39), Beef Wellington ($80) & Pork belly ($29). I like the batter and the flavour of the breaded skin from the Croquettes. Pork Belly is the cheapest main which I think is underrated. The Pork Belly's skin has the crackling sound when bitten which is good. I believed the Pork Belly is Singapore exclusive to cater for Singaporean. Ossobuco is a braised Veal and it was alright. Lastly, the beef wellington. The beef tenderloin was short and tender, the puff pastry and the blended mushroom was not bad. However, I find that $80 is not really worth it. Among all that we ordered, I feel that the short rib croquettes is the best.

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After constantly ordering their usual fair of chicken chop and fish, I decided to order their burger for a change. This monster cost $15.90 and the con is it does not include sides. The burger was good with all the sinful ingredients of fried onion, ham and finally the patty.

However, I feel that it should at least provide one side for us as the burger can be greasy so having the option to choose a vegetable like coleslaw will be good. Other western joint would at least provide one side for customer such as french fries and coleslaw

After learning about Beef Wellington costing at a fraction of the price compared to restaurant and their handmade pasta, I decided to give this a shot for my birthday meal.

I ordered their Beef Wellington with Foie Gras & Carbonara Set Meal which cost $36.

The pasta was soft and you can taste that it is handmade compared it to being hard and chewy. Portion of the pasta was big. However, I felt that there isn't much flavour in the pasta.

Next is the main event which is the Beef Wellington which I was aiming for. They used beef tenderloin which is an expensive cut of meat and it is chewy. The Foie Gras just melt in your mouth. The puff pastry is buttery and the grounded mushroom inside it. For the Ala Carte price of $31, I like it. The vegetables provided I felt that it could be improved by drizzling olive oil and not use red cabbage.

After searching for a buffet with crab, I have managed to find this newly renovated restaurant. We booked via Eatigo and there was 50% at the timing we booked at 9pm. Tried to go earlier but they only allow us to dine in at 8.45pm as restaurant is almost full house.

They offer variety of local, Japanese and western dishes. They have lobster available too.

There are four type of crab they offered and it was not great but still acceptable.

With the Eatigo discount, I only need to pay $29++ each and total of $136.53 for 4 pax.

It is not bad for the price and location so do give it a try.

First time having a steak buffet and it was not bad. Decent quality meat for a buffet and they served plain water for free.

I was able to eat 3 x ribeye, 3 x striploin & 3 x pork rib with some sides. Overall, $33 for a meat buffet is worth it if you really can eat.

We didn't able to book as reservation was full and there is limited slot for walk in. Hence, my friends and I purposely came even before there are open. The shopkeeper mentioned to us that we able to eat till from 5pm to 6.15pm as they have the table reserved after that which we complied to it.

Shopkeepers are nice and the buffet is worth it. I would recommend once done eating halfway, just order again as there would be quite a wait especially late dinner time.

Price is affordable at $6.50.

However, the meat was quite tough and there was barely cheese inside.

For a price of $6.50, can't really expect much

After hearing how good Arnold's fried chicken are, I decided to give it a try as I was passing by.

The chicken is cooked upon order so you can ensure hot pipping chicken. The skin was crispy but I felt that the meat tasted weird. Not sure if that it is supposed to be this way or it was spoilt.

Had the student meal of their classic Fish & Chip. Price was resonable of $9.90 and fish was not bad.

I'm back again and this time, ordered their Salmon pizza ($8.90). They are generous with their salmon and it is so delicious

I'm back again and this time, I tried their smoked duck. However, I feel that it is a disappointment this time. There is only 5 pieces which is not enough. I know that they want to keep the price of $8.90 but 5 pieces is really too little.

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