9 Places To Enjoy Steaks Under $20 In Singapore
We all love having a good steak, soft and juicy. But, to enjoy a good cut can sometimes burn a hole in the pocket. So, to all steak lovers, here is a list of places that offers steaks under $20, some good but also a few that are barely there.
*WRITER’S FAVOURITE* Upon discovery of this place, it became one of my favorite hangouts that satisfy my cravings for steaks. Their steaks ranges from $16 to $49, a wide variety depending on how much you are willing to pay. For $19, I was served with a thick slab of NZ Striploin, along with two side dishes. What I love about iSteaks is that they really grill the steak to your right doneness. The meat was pinkish and succulent. The layer of fat also melted within my mouth, leaving a smoky-buttery taste. By the way, you could also enjoy eating steaks with a cup of Teh Ping!
Address: Holland Village, 17A Lorong Liput, Singapore 277731
Phone: +65 6285 8839
Opening Hours: 11.30am to 12am daily
2. Bliss Restaurant
Whenever we pick a restaurant for a meal, ambience becomes an important factor. And for Bliss Restaurant, they are located in Cheng San Community Club! One highlight in their menu is the Gratin Sirlon Steak ($17) accompanied with mash potatoes and greens. It’s served hot and sizzling, cheddar Cheese is melted over the ribeye for extra flavour. Considering the price, the steak is sensationally tender and tasty. Cheddar cheese is melted over sirloin and grilled to perfection. Read about it here.
Address: Cheng San Community Club, 6 Ang Mo Kio Street 53 #01-01, Singapore 569205
Phone: +65 62803389
Opening Hours: Mon-Thu: 3pm - 12am; Fri-Sat: 3pm - 2am; Sun: 3pm - 12am
3. Le Steak by Chef Amri
Le Steak by Chef Amri is a halal steakhouse located near Little India. PS Sirloin ($18.90) is the only steak priced below $20, but you could always fork out a little bit more for their Ribeye ($21.90). The steak was thick but was disappointed when my medium doneness was served as medium well. It made it too tough for my liking. I felt that the steak was also over-seasoned which resulted in it not being as juicy as it should have been. Overall, if you like your steak medium well or well done, this could be your place.
Le Steak by Chef Amri
Address: 19/21 Mackenzie Road, Singapore 228678
Opening Hours: Mon – Thu 12pm to 2.30pm; 5.30pm to 11pm. Fri 3pm to 11pm. Sat & Sun 12pm to 11pm.
The Air Flown New Zealand Ribeye Steak ($19.80) is a treat for me because they boast the good flavour. Cooked to perfection, the meat is tender and flavourful with a lovely char. It was a bit chewy but these are already a bit more tender than ordinary beef. It comes with a black pepper sauce which compliments the juicy meat totally. And on the side, you get a plate of greens. For the price, I am already impressed. I think you can skip Aston and give this a try. Read about it here.
Address: Blk 28 Dover Crescent, 7 Stars Coffeeshop, Singapore 130028
Opening Hours: 11am - 11pm daily
Wandering around Bugis and craving for some steaks? Steakout offers a variety of food from Breaded Fried Chix, Grilled Salmon, Oven-baked St. Louis Pork Ribs to Angus Ribeye. At $16.90, the Classic Sirloin is served with 2 sides of your choice. The steak was thin slab but what impresses me was it being cooked to the right doneness. A gentle press of the knife sunk into the tender slab. As tender as it may be, the juice was not contained within the meat. On the other hand, I enjoy the Red Wine sauce that came with the steak as I could taste and smell the red wine.
Address: 89 Victoria Street, Singapore 188017
Opening Hours: Mon – Sun 11.30am to 10pm
6. Uno Beef House
Uno Beef House serves coffeeshop style Western food, such as crispy fish and chips, fried chicken cutlet and chicken wings. Do try their black pepper sirloin steak ($13). The steak is served smoking hot on a hotplate which allows the steak to be cooked to required perfection. The steak goes well with the slightly sweet and spicy pepper sauce that is drizzled on top. Unlike other dishes, the steak is served with a potato ball that has a buttery fragrance. Read about our Toa Payoh Food Guide.
Uno Beef House
Address: 51 Lorong 6 Toa Payoh, #01-60, Singapore 310051
Opening Hours: Tue – Sun: 11.30am – 10.30pm; Closed on Mondays
7. The Carving Board
A modernized hawker in Jurong East, The Carving Board serves very good quality western food for the westies. Go for the 150 days Australian Angus Flank Steak ($16) from the premium house grill. Cooked to medium, it still retains a bite while not end up too tough. Serving it on a wooden board gave it a refreshing look. Serve with garlic bread and some greens. Read about it from Sg Food on Foot.
The Carving Board
Address: Blk 252 Jurong East Street 24 #01-107, Singapore 600252
Opening Hours: Tue-Sun: 500pm - 1030pm, closed on Mondays
8. Buddy Hoagies
I came to know of this place through a friend of mine, and have not regretted stepping in. Tucked within Bukit Timah Shopping Centre (not Bukit Timah Plaza), Buddy Hoagies is a retro-looking eatery which is great for gatherings with families and friends. Not only are the food good, but they are tagged at a low price so that students can afford to eat here. It’s so cheap that the steaks ranges from $14.90 to $21.90! The New York Sirloin ($18.90) is charbroiled and drizzled with brown sauce, served with 2 sides. Seasoned just right, the steak was soft and juicy, and the layer of fat at the side just oozes all the buttery goodness. Simply top up $4.50 to add a drink and a soup to your meal too.
Address: 170 Upper Bukit Timah Road, #B1-05 Bt Timah Shopping Centre, Singapore 588179
Opening Hours: Weekdays 11:30am to 10pm. Weekends/PH 11am to 10pm.
9. Little Hiro
Sanzoku Black Pepper Striploin ($13.90) is served with a Grilled Cuban Corn; add $3.50 for fries and drinks. We requested for the steak to be served as medium rare. Sadly, what we received was uneven cooking of the steak with most parts being well done, and only a small portion of it being medium rare. The tough and dry steak turns us off. We were, instead, impressed with the pepper sauce which gives us a spicy-tingling sensation. Nonetheless, there are still other food that you could read about from the previous review on Little Hiro.
Address: King's Arcade, #01-01, 559 Bukit Timah Road, Singapore 269695
Opening Hours: Sun – Thu 11.30am to 9.30pm. Fri – Sat 11.30am to 10pm.
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