51 Lorong 6 Toa Payoh
Singapore 310051

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11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm


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From the Burpple community

One of the best ribeyes you can possibly buy at $15 and the best part is you don’t even have to dress fancy to enjoy it. This humble western food stall has been a go-to of mine since I was in primary school and the quality has never once dipped. Everything on their menu is good but I’d recommend gunning for their Black Pepper Ribeye. It comes served with baked beans, a slice of tomato and a potato croquette studded with cheese. Delicious.

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We felt like having fish. One fried one grilled. Really love it!!! Very good Western Food for the hood.

DABAO Family edition. Boys had the steak which was tender and juicy while Mum had the chicken chop that was tasty. I personally got the grilled fish which was well seasoned and delicious, with no need for any sauce whatsoever. 10/10 will go back again and bring friends!

Recommended by the local for the best steak in this neighbourhood. I totally agree with them with how juicy it was. I got the medium which was very easy to cut and chew. It also comes with a fried cheese ball and garlic bread. $18


Even though, evidently, UNO Beef House is known for their steak cuts, their other western offerings are no slouch either. I know this because I’ve tried a fair amount of things on their menu. The cutlet here is sizable, crispy and immensely satisfying. This stall consistently puts out good grub at a reasonable fare and I’m always amazed by that.

Taste: 8
Value: 9
Portion: 9
Overall: 9

The Mushroom Soup ($2.50) tasted very much like a saltier version of a campbell mushroom soup. Although it lacked the fragrance of mushrooms, it was served hot and went pretty well with the garlic bread.
The Black Pepper Sirloin Steak ($13.00) was quite ordinary. However, considering the price point and location, the cooking standard for this dish was good. The glorious slab of meat came sizzling in a black pepper based sauce on top of a hot plate which proved to be a great starter for the senses. The meat retained its juiciness and we thoroughly enjoyed chewing on every bite.
We would recommend to go for the Mixed Platter ($12.00) which includes chicken chop, pork chop, bacon, ham, egg, fries, baked beans and a garlic bread. The pork chop was the only disappointment as the meat was dry, tough and was not well seasoned. On the other hand, the bacon was very flavourful and was crispy with a slightly charred side. The sunny side up egg had a really runny yolk which we gladly mopped up with the crispy garlic bread.
The Grill Fish ($8.00) was fantastic. The skin had a gentle crunch on each bite. In contrast, the flesh was super soft, juicy and came off easily when cut with a fork. Paired with zesty lemon juice and the cool tartar sauce, this grilled fish would make us drool even in our sleep. For sides, a fried potato ball was served. Although it was not served hot, the crust maintained its crunchy texture. The interior was made of a smooth and fine potato mix that had a slight buttery taste.
We ordered Chicken Spaghetti ($6.00) that was full of unpleasant surprises. The spaghetti tasted too soggy while the tomato sauce did not stand out. The real surprise was the chicken chunks as they felt like the sweet and sour pork. The chicken was not unpleasant tasting but was just really weird with western noodles.
Another dish that failed to make the mark was the Fried Rice with Fish Cutlet ($6.00). The fried rice arrived with no trace of any warmth and tasted mushy. The rice felt like it was barely seasoned. The batter failed to give the fish cutlet a crispy texture though the flesh within was still pretty soft.
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