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If you’re not one to turn down a good, juicy slab of beef, ready your appetite and hit up these steak restaurants for the best sirloin, ribeye and more.

Looking for the best steaks in Singapore? Hitting up a steakhouse is great for everything from special occasions like date night to dinners with your large group of friends. Our beefy picks include splurge-worthy favourites, premium beef cuts with fantastic sides and even a couple of steakhouses that are easy on the wallet. Who’s ready to feast on sublime steaks?

Bedrock Bar & Grill

Meat-obsessed foodies, make a beeline for Bedrock Bar & Grill (pictured above). This stylish steakhouse is one of our favourite places to hit up for fine beef cuts like the Bedrock pepper steak and Australian grass-fed ribeye. They also have a great selection of whiskey labels so take your pick. And oh, don’t forget to order the side of truffle mac and cheese!
Bedrock Bar & Grill, #01-05 Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Orchard, 96 Somerset Road, Singapore 238163

Skai

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Tucked away on the 70th storey of Swissôtel The Stamford, this exquisite contemporary grill is home to artisanal beef cuts – grilled to perfection in a Josper Charcoal Oven. The menu boasts a variety of excellent cuts so go for the signature beef tasting platter ($160). Tuck into a Japanese Miyazaki wagyu A4, Australian Wylarah wagyu MB8 and American Aspen Ridge, Angus USDA prime. It’s so good, it’s almost rude to have it with anything else – though the choice of black truffle, smoked barbecue and Asian spice sauces are welcome.
Skai, level 70, Swissôtel The Stamford 2 Stamford Road Singapore 178882

Wolfgang Steakhouse

If dry-aged steaks, seafood and wine are what your heart desires, look no further than Wolfgang Steakhouse. Hailing from New York and at the helm of Wolfgang Zwiener, the restaurant is famous for its USDA prime black Angus beef that is dry-aged on site for 28 days. So yes, you can expect an explosion of flavours with every bite.
Wolfgang Steakhouse, 1 Nanson Road #02-01, Intercontinental Singapore Robertson Quay Singapore 238909

Fat Belly

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Though we don’t mind splurging every now and then, an excellent steak meal doesn’t always have to cost an arm or leg. Case in point: Fat Belly’s juicy and tender steaks. At just $22, you get a perfectly grilled USDA 150-day grain fed Angus flat iron steak. Complete it with a glass of red (the menu has excellent wine pairings) and delish sides such as creamed kale and roasted spiced sweet potatoes.
Fat Belly, 10 Jalan Serene #01-04 Serene Centre (inside Sugarhaus), Singapore 258748

New Ubin Seafood

Meat lovers know a good cut of steak will set you back no matter what, but if you’re willing to be a little creative with your steak experience, New Ubin Seafood might just save you a pretty penny. This unpretentious restaurant is home to the legendary steak fried rice. While it may sound like an odd way to serve steak, the results speak for themselves. The steak is chopped up and served in cubes on a wooden board, perfect for fuss-free sharing in groups. The magic here is found in the fried rice, which makes use of trimmed beef fat to impart some charred beefy goodness.
New Ubin Seafood, Level 6 (Canteen), 63 Hillview Avenue, Singapore 669569. Other locations in Chijmes and Zhongshan Park.

The Black Swan

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We’re major fans of this glamorous hotspot in the CBD – the Art Deco-styled chophouse and bar serves up some seriously drool-worthy premium steaks. Dig into sustainable and antibiotic-free cuts from the US, Japan and Australia, which are grilled over apple wood to achieve a perfect crust. Hardcore steak lovers, opt for the delicious 60-day dry-aged pure black Angus prime rib steak ($158++) to share with a couple of friends. To sweeten the deal, each steak order comes with a personal touch as guests can choose from a selection of unique vintage steak knives sourced from across the globe.
The Black Swan, 19 Cecil Street, Singapore 049704

Bistecca Tuscan Steakhouse

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Another option for Fiorentina style steak to share is Bistecca’s massive 1.1kg F1 wagyu steak. Perfect for three hungry meat lovers, the steak is served with a trio of sauces (though it’s good enough on its own, trust us) and your choice of sides. Its quaint heritage shophouse confines and subtle lighting make this a prime spot for date night.
Bistecca Tuscan Steakhouse, 26 Mohamed Sultan Road, Singapore 238969

Morton’s, The Steakhouse

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Get a slice of the good stuff here at Morton’s. Choices like the boneless USDA prime rib, the porterhouse steak, and the five peppercorn rubbed prime strip steak don’t come cheap, but they sure are worth the hefty price tag.
Morton’s, The Steakhouse, 4/F Mandarin Oriental Singapore, Marina Square, 5 Raffles Avenue, Singapore 039797

Opus Bar & Grill

Serving up some of Australia’s finest beef from Rangers Valley, Opus Bar & Grill will impress even the most discerning carnivores. The menu features several sharing dishes made for mate date dining that will make your inner caveman rejoice. For the ultimate indulgence, order the signature 1kg black Angus bone-in rib eye ($138++) or the wagyu and lobster ($148++); 500g Australian wagyu sirloin pair with live MSC Boston lobster. Both of these prime cuts are made for two to share.
Opus Bar & Grill at Hilton Singapore, 581 Orchard Road, Singapore 238883

Les Bouchons

Love that classic steak and fries combo? Pop by Les Bouchons for an awesome meal. The beef cuts are mainly priced below $40, and they come with free-flow (yes, really!) duck fat fries. The latter’s certainly not for the faint-hearted (or health-conscious).
Les Bouchons, #01-02, 60 Robertson Quay, Singapore 238236; 7 Ann Siang Road, Singapore 069689

Lawry’s The Prime Rib

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Lawry’s is one of those long-standing dining establishments that never goes out of style. Red and gold is the primary colour scheme, and everything’s just really fancy and posh. You can’t go wrong with the signature USDA prime ribs of beef – this baby’s aged 21 days so expect a perfectly roasted, tender treat!
Lawry’s The Prime Rib, #04-01/31 Mandarin Gallery, 333A Orchard Road, Singapore 238897

CUT by Wolfgang Puck

Trust celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck to serve up some of the best steaks in town. The American and Australian wagyu cuts are excellent if you like your steak juicy and a little on the fatty side. But for the ultimate mouth-watering option, there’s the A5 Kobe beef from the Hyogo Prefecture in Honshu, Japan.
CUT by Wolfgang Puck, #B1-71 The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, 2 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956

Ruth’s Chris Steak House

The choices on this steakhouse’s menu are pretty classic and straight-forward. Petite filet, T-bone, New York strip, ribeye – take your pick! There’s also a porterhouse cut which is good for two.
Ruth’s Chris Steak House, 4/F Marina Mandarin Hotel, 6 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 39594, p. 6336 9093. Open 11.30am-3pm, 5.30pm-11pm daily.

Wooloomooloo Steakhouse

This steakhouse with a view is simply amazing. You could go for something like the Australian Angus beef filet mignon or the wagyu tomahawk (to share), but if you really want a royal treat, order the beef Wellington. Australian filet mignon with mushroom duxelle, covered with parma ham, topped with foie gras and then wrapped with puff pastry… diet? What diet?
Wooloomooloo Steakhouse, 3/F Swissotel The Stamford, 2 Stamford Road, Singapore 178882

Fat Cow

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Japanese-inspired steakhouse, Fat Cow, is the one to choose when it comes to authentic Japanese Wagyu beef. Its range of Wagyu beef comes from various regions in Japan, so you know you’re getting the real deal. The succulent and tender Myazaki Grade A4 Striploin ($158++ for 150g) is served lightly salted with an intense flavour that simply melts in your mouth. Dip it into Shoyu sauce for a hint of sweetness.
Fat Cow, #01-01/02, Camden Medical Centre, 1 Orchard Boulevard, Singapore 248649

Skirt

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What sets this restaurant apart from the rest? They use a parilla grill to prepare their meats so expect perfect smoky, juicy steaks. The wagyu options (full blood and F1) are always great, but if you can’t decide, go for the tasting plate to sample five breeds.
Skirt, W Singapore, Sentosa Cove, 21 Ocean Way, Singapore 098374

L’Entrecote

This Parisian Bistro on Duxton Hill has only one main course on its menu, and it’s damn (pardon our French) good. Its Plat du Jour is the signature Steak Frites, smothered in its secret sauce, and paired with deliciously seasoned fries and fresh salad. Its signature Coulant Caramel Au Beurre Salé, a salted caramel lava cake, is great for afters.
L’Entrecote, 36 Duxton Hill, Singapore 089614; 70 Collyer Quay, #01-01, Customs House, Singapore 049323

Burnt Ends

It’s no ordinary beef at this Aussie-style restaurant. It serves slabs of meat, grilled over open flames to give you a charred exterior then the taste of juicy tenderness once you bite into it. Steaks are also smoked, slow and hot roasted, baked, grilled, cooked and seasoned well to not only give you that intensely rich flavour, but to make sure it’s tasty to the bone.
Burnt Ends, 20 Teck Lim Road, Singapore 0883911

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