The Chop House (VivoCity) aims to bring a breath of fresh air to the food scene by offering an array of international dishes with a contemporary spin in an engaging atmosphere. Using only high quality, fresh ingredients from all over the world, we let the ingredients reveal their natural flavors and this philosophy of quality transcends to our beverage collection which showcases a variety of artisan beers, draughts on tap, crafted cocktails and a brilliant selection of whiskey and wines. The other star attraction is the self-serve bar system imported from America called BeerSaver. This system is unprecedented in Asia, allowing guests to get their own beer at the self-serve stations in a hassle-free process.

1 Harbourfront Walk
#01-161/162 VivoCity
Singapore 098585

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm



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Cooked to perfection. The first bite of the succulent flesh provides you with a sense of satisfaction and then you just dive in ๐Ÿคค. Even the steamed potatoes were a dig for the taste buds. Its served with green apple, fennel and rocket salad, baby beetroots and lemon.

The pork chop ($31) has an extremely small portion compared to its price, but the taste was alright. It tasted like chicken tbh. The nachos ($16) also had a small portion, but tasted good. I mean how can nachos possibly go wrong. The most important one here is the sweet potato fries ($6), and the fries was the best out of all. Just go for the fries!!!! Also, the beer is pretty cheap (my older sis ordered it not me) during its happy hour. Overall, don't really recommend unless you love spending extra money๐Ÿ˜Š

May this {Big Breakfast} be your motivation! This plate consisting of two pancakes, two fried eggs, bacon, kurobuta pork sausage, mushrooms and baby spinach is definitely a hearty one for the ravenous!

What better way to welcome the weekends than a nice brunch? ๐Ÿ˜€ Consider, where they just launched their weekend brunch menu! Serving their classic dishes like Rib Eye and meats, this place is also does up very good classic brunch dishes like the Big Breakfast and French Toast! Wew excited for the next two days already! ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜

This is served with watercress, tomatoes, and a choice of bearnaise, red wine or black peppercorn sauce.
Ribeye is my favourite part of the beef, because of the layer of fats that it has. This USDA Prime premium cut is grilled to a medium rare, juices all retained, and is decent.
This is taken during a tasting.

I've tried three desserts here, and I highly recommend this Bailey's Cheesecake. It's creamy without being overly rich, so that it's soft to the fork. That hint of coffee and alcohol was subtle but so alluring!
This is taken during a tasting.

We were all surprised by this lamb, because it wasn't gamey at all. The true test was my wife who don't like mutton, tasted it and told me, "there's zero ็พŠ้ชšๅ‘ณ (game smell) in this". I was told by the GM that this is because of the special breed of lamb, called Dorper, that's used. We loved this.
This was also served with ratatouille, watercress and red wine sauce. This is taken during a tasting.

I like how well the light and refreshing burrata went with the tomatoes.
As with most burrata, it's more milky than cheesy, yet it has the sticky cheese creamy texture which I love.. look at that cheese pull here! I recommend eating the cheese with vine ripened tomato salad and basil pesto, as they go very well together - the tomatoes weren't too sour, while the basil pesto lifted the cheese with a refreshing zest.
Thank you The Chophouse for inviting me to this tasting, and General Manager Deepak for hosting me.

I haven't had a bad meal yet at The Chop House and their 2-course weekday set lunch makes it especially value for money.

Their mains are always on the large side, and I was struggling to finish my al-dente tagliatelle in a pool of fragrant basil and cherry tomato cream sauce, in spite of how delicious it was. Not helping was the generous amount of crumbled spiced lamb merguez sausage either. Not that I'm actually complaining.

Taste: 3.5/5

The food here is delicious! Living in the UK, I find it hard to find truly good western food around Singapore but this made me feel at home. Pork sausages with mash potatoes, topped with caramelised onions! You can get their set lunches with an appetiser and main course for 16++ which is very reasonable. I would highly recommend a visit just for something different, great service in there as well ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ

If you're ever in Harbourfront on a weekday and are wondering what to have for lunch, don't overlook The Chop House's surprisingly quality value-for-money set lunches.

My main course of filet mignon salad was the perfect office power lunch -- big on taste, healthy yet satisfying, and guaranteed not to induce the dreaded mid-afternoon post-lunch food coma.

Pan-seared to a perfect, blushing medium-rare, the slices of meat were tender and juicy, whilst below, crunchy romaine, arugula, baby spinach, shaved fennel and cherry tomatoes lightly dressed in aioli are sure to assuage your inner clean-eating health freak. What elevates the vegetables from mere boring rabbit food to something you'll happily come back for more though, are the addition of soft, sweet and piquant slivers of roast peppers.

Taste: 3.5/5

I've been disappointed one too many times by lacklustre beef nachos but this diminutive bowl is big on flavour. Piping hot straight from the oven, crisp and warm tortilla chips are topped with jalapeno, ground beef, guacamole, melted cheddar cheese, salsa and sour cream. Quality ingredients make all the difference.

Choose from among 3 appetizers of the day including this Mexican beauty, and a main course for Chop House's daily set lunches starting from $17++.

Taste: 3.5/5

Was intrigued by their mention of mild curry in the dish description - yes it's there, and yes it's a nice touch. More attention to charring would be a nice touch too, though.

Definitely the best lamb chops I've ever eaten. Succulent and tasty with sauce to match. Truly a dish to try. Yummy yummy yum yum yum. Posted by Ah Leong San 2016 September 26

Instantly sold on the smooth undulating dune of creamy mash that's just begging for brown sauce, but I had to settle for a passable onion and red wine sauce instead.

On the bright side, the pork and honey sausages were ahem, bang on the money, being juicy, chunky and full of sweet porky flavour.

Taste: 3/5

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