If you're not one to turn down a good, juicy slab of beef, ready your appetite and hit up Singapore’s best steak restaurants.
Looking for the best steaks in Singapore? Indulging in a sumptuous steakhouse meal is great for everything from romantic date nights to family dinners. Our beefy picks include splurge-worthy favourites, premium beef cuts with fantastic sides and even a couple of steak restaurants that offer stunning views. Who’s ready to feast on sublime steaks?
Best steak restaurants in Singapore
Offering an Argentinian steakhouse experience in the Club Street neighbourhood, Bochinche serves up modern Argentinian fare and masterful steaks. A wood and charcoal grill allows its chefs to showcase traditional Asado grilling techniques to create a lightly charred crust and smoky aroma that highlights the natural flavours of the beef. Savour unique meats curated from Argentina, Spain and Japan. Standouts include the bife de lomo (beef fillet steak) or the bone-in vintage galiciana striploin.
Meats aside, the empanadas are popular crowd-pleasers. Also, try the Bomba Arroz Verdez, a classic Spanish risotto-style dish made with grilled Argentinian prawns, and raw scallop bites folded into the rice. Glazed with a rich seafood stock, this will satisfy all your seafood cravings. Wash it all down with a premium pour. Choose natural wines from Drunken Farmer, as well as more than 30 labels of conventional and robust Argentinian wines.
Bochinche, 27 Club Street, Singapore 069413
Atop Andaz Singapore at level 38, treat yourself to a meal of prime cuts and sustainable seafood at 665°F. With a gorgeous interior inspired by the restaurant offers spectacular views of the city skyline. The Cellar, a dining extension within the restaurant, has over 400 bottles of Old and New World wine labels plus a fab city view. Perfect for date night or special celebrations, if you ask us!
Drop by for dinner where chef Poh Boon Neo’s creations will get your appetite going. From the chargrilled pira oven, A4 Kagoshima wagyu striploin, grass-fed country lamp chop and cedar plank king salmon are just some of the highlights that will sate your cravings. Add to that sides like mac and cheese or truffle French fries, and you’ve got a truly hearty meal. Looking for dessert? There are homemade sorbets and other bites to choose from. If you’re here for a special occasion, book a private dining room for a stunning surprise!
665°F, Level 38, Andaz Singapore, 5 Fraser Street, Singapore 189354
3. Lawry’s The Prime Rib Singapore
In the heart of Orchard Road, Lawry’s The Prime Rib Singapore is well-known for its amazing steaks in an elegant space – this is the place to be for gatherings, celebrations and romantic dates. Floor-to-ceiling windows allow you to overlook the vibrant streets below, and there are six private dining rooms for special events. Plus, the restaurant offers complimentary dessert and an instant photo service for any celebration.
You can’t go wrong with the signature USDA prime rib of beef: each standing rib roast is aged for up to 28 days for incredible tenderness, and slowly roasted on beds of rock salt to create juicy, flavourful cuts. The meat is carved table-side for optimal freshness, accompanied by sides of your choice like creamed spinach and mashed potatoes. Don’t miss out on the original spinning bowl salad to whet your appetite!
Perk alert: enjoy 30% off any steak on Wednesdays, from now till 29 November 2023.
Lawry’s The Prime Rib Singapore, #04-01/31, Mandarin Gallery, 333A Orchard Road, Singapore 238897
4. Meat n Chill
For some of the meanest ribs in town, head to Meat n Chill for a hearty meal. The secret to its juicy slabs? This resto serves carefully-sourced steaks from Australia and Argentina, featuring high-end cuts that are free-range, barley-fed and with no added growth hormones. Sink your teeth into its selection of flame-grilled steaks. From grass-fed ribeye to angus ribeye to New York strip, each steak is served with two sides of your choice (such as buttered corn, coleslaw and truffle fries). Jazz it up with sauces like red wine, mushroom or black pepper, and elevate your meal with an add-on of fresh black truffle shavings.
Meat n Chill, #01-04, 6th Avenue Centre, 805 Bukit Timah Road. Singapore 279883
5. Officer’s Mess Polo Bar
Officer’s Mess Polo Bar is the place to be for a luxurious steak dinner. Step inside for plush decor with oak panelled walls and African ebony floors, complete with a hand painted polo scene from the 1930s depicting a match at Guards Polo Club in Windsor (UK) between Royal Patiala and the British Army. The menu features some of the world’s finest prime grade cuts of meats. Sink your teeth into the signature Polo burger or dig into a succulent selection of grass-fed beef and delectable sides.
Wash it all down with your choice of tipple. The Polo Bar features a world-class wine cellar, housing a collection curated by an expert team of sommeliers. Expect only the best champagnes, reds, whites, and rosés from some of the world’s leading vineyards here! Take your pick and have a sip to go with your steak for the perfect indulgence.
Officer’s Mess Polo Bar, 2 Cook Street, Singapore 078857
6. The Astor Grill
Nestled within The St. Regis Singapore, this new pop-up restaurant is founded on the great chophouses set in early century New York, where the first St. Regis was established. It promises to be a haven for steak connoisseurs, with each cut cooked on a custom-built parilla oven for optimal flavours. Expect artisanal produce and steaks from premium suppliers prudently selected to ensure the best collection of heritage breed from farms around the world.
Showcasing both signature sharing cuts and individual portions, the menu offers an array of tantalising choices. From the customary cuts of tenderloin, striploin, and ribeye to the more classic selections of wagyu skirt steak, rump cap, and flank steak, each cut will leave you wanting more. The A La Carte menu also includes non-steak options from the appetisers and main course including Grilled King Prawns ‘A La Plancha’ with Peaches, Avocado and Basil, as well as Grilled Whole Turbot perfect for sharing.
The pop-up restaurant also takes inspiration from the rich heritage and rituals of St. Regis, with bespoke dining experiences steeped in a storied legacy. The Astor Grill journey features a welcome petite glass of Martini during dinner; and also offers a selection of specialty salts, house mustards, as well as impeccably crafted steak knives for a luxurious meal.
Book a table for a sophisticated steak experience, available for lunch and dinner only till 31 August 2023!
The Astor Grill, 29 Tanglin Road, Lobby Level, The St. Regis Singapore, Singapore 247911
7. Black Marble by Otto
Hailed as the ‘godfather of steaks’, chef Otto Weibel’s philosophy, “keep it simple with perfection”, is lovingly reflected in the dishes. Take your pick from wagyu striploin, black angus ribeye or dry-aged bone-in ribeye and complement your grilled meat with red wine jus, herb butter, chimichurri, or black pepper mushroom sauce. If you’re visiting with friends, get additional sides to share.
Black Marble by Otto, #02-01, Raffles Holland V Mall, 118 Holland Avenue, Singapore 278997
8. Cut by Wolfgang Puck
Trust celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck to serve some of the best steaks in Singapore. The American wagyu cuts are perfect if you like your steak juicy and a little on the fatty side. But for the ultimate mouth-watering option, try the pure breed wagyu beef from the Sendai prefecture in Japan. Your choice of filet mignon, New York sirloin or ribeye steak will be grilled gloriously over apple wood.
Cut by Wolfgang Puck, #B1-71, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, 2 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018972
9. Opus Bar & Grill
Serving up some of Australia’s finest beef from Rangers Valley, Opus Bar & Grill will impress even the most discerning carnivores. Made for date dining, the menu features several sharing dishes that will make your inner caveman rejoice. For the ultimate indulgence, order the premium butcher’s platter. It comes with a selection of wagyu flat iron steka, hanger steak, braised beef cheek, and beef sausages.
Opus Bar & Grill, Ground floor lobby, Voco Orchard Singapore, 581 Orchard Road, Singapore 238883
Tucked up high on the 70th storey of Swissôtel The Stamford, this exquisite contemporary grill is home to artisanal beef cuts – all grilled to perfection in a Josper charcoal oven. The menu boasts a variety of fantastic picks, from the likes of Westholme wagyu flat iron to Miyazaki wagyu New York strip to Macka’s ribeye. Everything’s so good, it’s almost rude to have your steak with anything else – though the choice of béarnaise, red wine jus, salsa verde and peppercorn sauce are welcome.
Skai, Level 70, Swissôtel The Stamford, 2 Stamford Road, Singapore 178882
11. Bistecca Tuscan Steakhouse
This Italian steak restaurant in Singapore is cosy and intimate. Its quaint heritage shophouse premises and subtle lighting make it a prime spot for date night. Besides the menu’s range of cuts like ribeye, striploin and tenderloin, you can get the Fiorentina-style steak to share. Bistecca’s massive 1.1kg T-bone offering is perfect for three hungry meat lovers, though you can always pile on a few sides and starters too.
Bistecca Tuscan Steakhouse, 26 Mohamed Sultan Road, Singapore 238970
Pop by the Bukit Timah neighbourhood for this hidden gem. Formerly Fat Belly Steakhouse, this steak restaurant is known for its lesser-known cuts and its laid-back, communal vibe. FBG procures its meats from producers across the globe for a selection of beef, pork and more. Skillfully grilled over charcoal embers, each slice is aromatic and juicy, promising the perfect bite.
And if you’re popping in for lunch (from 11am to 4pm), there are set lunch specials to be savoured. Try the two-course meal with a main and a starter or dessert; or the three-course special with a starter, main and dessert. Dinner starts from 5pm, with an option for a dinner for two that’s perfect for date nights. Alternatively, try pop by for a weekend brunch (for creations like the chicken katsu on Creme Brulee French Toast or enjoy the ala carte menu that’s available all day, every day!
FBG, #01-04, Serene Centre, 10 Jalan Serene, Singapore 258748
13. Fat Cow
This Japanese-inspired steakhouse is one of the best restaurants in Singapore when it comes to authentic Japanese wagyu beef. Its range is the real deal, featuring Ohmi grade A4 wagyu, Hokkaido Saroma Lake A5 wagyu strip and Saga grade A5 wagyu. You even have the option of savouring the beef in shabu-shabu or sukiyaki style. Enjoy the succulent and tender meat that simply melts in your mouth.
Fat Cow, #01-01/02, Camden Medical Centre, 1 Orchard Boulevard, Singapore 248649
So you love your beef? Step inside Boeuf and take your pick of choice cuts. The selection includes grass- and grain-fed prime ribs, aged between 21 and 60 days, as well as slabs with differing marbling scores. The meat is sourced from places like Wales, Scotland, Argentina, Australia and Japan, dry-aged in-house, grilled on lava stones, and finished off in the oven. Highlights include dry-aged prime-rib bone-in charcoal-grilled Argentinian Aberdeen black angus ribeye, bone marrow and wagyu tartare. Plus, look forward to sides such as potato gratin, and desserts like creme brûlée.
Boeuf, 159 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore 068614
15. Les Bouchons
Love that classic steak and fries combo? Pop by Les Bouchons for an awesome meal. This relaxed restaurant serves flavourful steaks made to your preference. The beef cuts include angus ribeye steak and angus sirloin, and they come with free-flow fries (yes, really!).
Les Bouchons, multiple locations including Ann Siang Road and Robertson Quay
16. Bedrock Bar & Grill
Meat-obsessed foodies, make a beeline for Bedrock Bar & Grill. This stylish steakhouse is one of our favourite places to hit up for fine beef cuts like dry-aged USDA prime ribeye and tomahawk steak. It also has a great selection of whisky labels, so take your pick. And don’t forget to order a side of truffle mash or mac and cheese!
Bedrock Bar & Grill, #01-05, Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Orchard, 96 Somerset Road, Singapore 238163
17. Wooloomooloo Steakhouse
This restaurant offers some of the best city skyline views you could get from any steakhouse in Singapore, and its premium steak selections will make your mouth water. Taking its name from a bayside town in Sydney, it’s no surprise you’ll find Australian-inspired offerings at Wooloomooloo Steakhouse. Enjoy cuts from Queensland like 150-day grain-fed rib eye and wagyu with sky high marble scores. All steaks are expertly seared and served with four complimentary sauces: au jus, peppercorn, ponzu and red wine madeira. Plus, try the beef wellington for beefy deliciousness with mushroom duxelle, parma ham and foie gras wrapped in a puff pastry.
Wooloomooloo Steakhouse, Level 3, Swissôtel The Stamford, 2 Stamford Road, Singapore 178882
18. Ruth’s Chris Steak House
Founded decades ago in New Orleans, the American steakhouse has served plenty of hungry diners across 21 countries. The choices on its menu are pretty classic and straightforward. Petite filet, New York strip, ribeye, porterhouse (for two)… just take your pick from your fave cut of USDA prime beef and watch it arrive on your table sizzling hot.
Ruth’s Chris Steak House, Level 4, Parkroyal Collection, Marina Bay, 6 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039594
19. Wolfgang’s Steakhouse
If dry-aged steaks, seafood and wine are what your heart desires, look no further than Wolfgang’s Steakhouse. Hailing from New York and helmed by Wolfgang Zwiener, the fine-dining restaurant is warm and inviting. It’s also famous for its USDA prime beef that is dry-aged on-site for 28 days. So yes, you’ll get an explosion of flavour with every bite.
Wolfgang’s Steakhouse, #02-01, InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay, 1 Nanson Road, Singapore 238909
20. Burnt Ends
Don’t expect ordinary beef at this one Michelin-starred Aussie-style restaurant. It serves slabs of meat grilled over open flames to give you a charred exterior and the taste of juicy tenderness once you bite into it. With custom built ovens and elevation grills, you know this place takes barbecuing seriously. Steaks like beef tenderloin and the signature Blackmore wagyu striploin are intensely rich and tasty to the bone.
Burnt Ends, #01-04, 7 Dempsey Road, Singapore 249671
What sets this elegant steak restaurant apart from the rest? The kitchen uses a Parrilla grill to prepare the meats, so you can expect perfectly smoky and juicy prime cuts. The wagyu options are always beautifully indulgent, but if you’re feeling ravenous, go for the tomahawk steak. Finish it off with duck fat potatoes and blistered broccolini.
Skirt, W Singapore – Sentosa Cove, 21 Ocean Way, Singapore 098374
This Parisian Bistro has one particularly sumptuous main course on its menu, and it’s damn (pardon our French) good. Its highlight is the signature steak frites, smothered in its secret sauce and paired with deliciously seasoned fries and fresh salad. Oh, and the decadent Paris-brest is great for after.
L’Entrecote, multiple locations including Holland Village and Duxton Hill
Located in Telok Ayer, this modern resto boasts interiors that hark back to steakhouses of the early 1900s. Think dark teal walls and leather seats complete with arched shophouse windows. Meadesmoore is helmed by executive chef Victor Loy, who specialises in uncommon cuts of meat. The star of the show is obviously the 45-day dry-aged MS 2/4 prime rib that’s been charcoal-grilled to bring out its natural flavours. Read our review of Meadesmoore here.
Meadesmoore, 21A Boon Tat Street, Singapore 069620
24. Butcher’s Block
Taking up the place formerly occupied by Long Bar Steakhouse at Raffles Hotel, Butcher’s Block offers quality cuts of meats that are roasted, stewed and grilled. Our choice pick? The wagyu tartare, which practically melts in your mouth. Pair it with plates of Japanese hamachi or grilled kale. The stylish space, home to a glass cooler display of meats and an exposed wine cellar, makes your dining experience a refined one.
Butcher’s Block, #02-02, Raffles Arcade, 328 North Bridge Road, Singapore 188719
25. The Feather Blade
What was once a pop-up concept is now a permanent establishment at Tanjong Pagar. Starring the flat iron beef cut from the side of the shoulder, aka the feather blade (hence the name of the restaurant), the menu infuses its dishes with intense flavours, allowing you to savour this alternative cut without forking out a fortune. To pad your meal, order the sinful potatoes, which are deep-fried in wagyu beef fat.
The Feather Blade, 61 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore 088482
26. Morton’s The Steakhouse
Get a slice of the good stuff here at Morton’s. It’s one of those classic places where you know just what to expect from the menu. Choices like wgyu filet and tomahawk ribeye don’t come cheap, but they sure are worth the hefty price tag. Even better when they’re paired with tuna tacos and Morton’s legendary hot chocolate cake.
Morton’s The Steakhouse, Level 4, Mandarin Oriental Singapore, 5 Raffles Avenue, Singapore 039797
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