90 Club Street
Singapore 069458

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Saturday:
12:00pm - 03:30pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

Sunday:
12:00pm - 03:30pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 03:30pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 03:30pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 03:30pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 03:30pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

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Reviews

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tried their Wagyu Rost Biff Nood ($39), which features 200gm Wagyu Rost Biff Full Blood MBS 8-9 🐄, egg noodles 🍜 tossed in oriental BBQ sauce, onsen egg 🥚 & furikake. This is my fav! 💗

Had their Bundle A ($70, serves 2pax), which comprises Queen Of Steak & Picanha Don for mains. 😍 Their Picanhan Don is an IG-worthy rendition, with 100gm Picanha steak 🥩, caramelized onion, pickled purple cabbage 💜, fried garlic bits & an onsen egg atop a bed of butterfly pea rice 💙.
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If you are a meat lover, go for their Queen of Steak, which features 200gm Picanha steak 🥩, binchotan butter 🧈 with choices of carbs (congee or garlic mashed potato).
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The bundle comes with sides (potato 🥔 with sriracha mayo, shiitake mushroom 🍄, creamy spinach 🥬 & salad with a bonito egg 🥗🍳) as well as 3 sauces (Chimichurri, Sze Chuan 🌶 & Wasabi Cream).

As The Feather Blade moved to another location, this space has been replaced by another restaurant that also focusing on their steaks.

The Picanhas Don comes with the 100gm of steak and blue pea rice; topped with fried garlic bits, pickled cabbage, caramelised onion and onsen egg.

Those ingredients given a strong taste to the overall meal, while the steak remain its texture that I love.

Pretty darn solid. That’s what I’ve got to say. I remember not enjoying TFB’s steaks, cause as well executed as they were I felt like they were too buttery and tender (if that makes any sense), lacking any bite at all. Now Picanhas’ Queen of Steaks (S$21), though visually similar, was definitely more up my alley. It was lean, juicy, tender, and flavourful, but still held a nice bite so I could actually tell I was chewing meat lolol. Picanhas’ uses the picanha cut, which comes from the rump cap muscle — ie a firm cut with a beautiful fat cap (read: flavour). I liked how well-seasoned the steak was, so I didn’t necessarily have to dunk it in their sauces. Not that they weren’t fab. I’m a huge fan of chimichurri and theirs were done very well; I was really more surprised to find myself enjoying their wasabi cream sauce. As cloying as the white sauce looks, it’s actually really light on the palate. Creamy and sweet, with just a mild pungency from the wasabi (nothing too in-your-face), this was easy to eat and very very enjoyable.

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Picanhas’ serves only 2 mains, Queen of Steak and Picanha Don with top-ups for sauces, sides and toppings. Picanhas’ often have promotions for special cuts of beef such as the Wagyu Hanger that I had. The food is a little expensive but the steak is so darn good you wouldn’t mind at all. https://hungryghost.sg/picanhas/

@jooeunchung and I got lucky and managed to get a slot for @picanhassg free steaks opening promotion.

Picanha is a popular Brazilian cut of beef taken from the top of the rump. It is triangular in shape and surrounded by a layer of fat known as the fat cap. The fat cap renders as it cooks, basting the steak and keeping it moist and flavourful and giving it an added caramelised flavour. Like the rump steak, it is juicy and has a deep beefy flavour. The problem is that it can be a little tough.

Picanhas' steaks do not have this problem. They use Australian beef which is first dry-aged through a special in-house process for 24 hours before it is cooked Sous-vide style and finished on the grill. I love the strong beef flavours of their steaks which remain juicy and tender.

I am probably not the only person to notice this. But Picanhas has taken over the spot where Featherblade was. The decor remains largely unchanged, the concept is kinda similar (quirky, non-butcher cuts of steak at affordable prices) and the serve ware (the steak board and the brass sauce pots) appears to be inherited. They have different owners according to the wait staff.

That said, we really enjoyed the experience. There is always room for a (halal!) steakhouse which serves good, interesting cuts of steak at an affordable price. I will definitely be back!

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