“No… this isn’t what I meant when I said I have beef with you…”

If foods took on the personalities of animals, steak would definitely embody the craftiness of a fox. How dare restaurants charge exorbitant prices for subpar, chewy cuts that leave diners feeling cheated. Personally, I’m not paying $40 for a piece of low-quality steak when I can get it at half the price at a supermarket and do a better job in my own kitchen.

However, the food scene is not as pessimistic as I described it to be. There are still restaurants that serves quality steaks at prices as wallet-friendly as $24 and of course, those that actually offer interesting culinary experiences like a steak omakase course or an Argentinian grilling techniques that imparts an irresistible char.

Hence, while cooking steak at home is the economical choice, here are the best steakhouses in Singapore that are worth your time and money.

1. Cote

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The world’s first Michelin-starred Korean steakhouse, Cote, opened up their first international outpost in Como Orchard Singapore.

It offers a refined dining experience, featuring signature dishes like the Butcher’s Feast and a memorable 10-course Steak Omakase.

Their offerings include a fusion of classic American steakhouse cuts like fillet mignon, ribeye, and porterhouse and Korean cuisines such as Kimchi “Wagyu” Paella, Jan-chi Somyun, and Dol-sot Bibimbap. Elevating the beef is Cote’s proprietary blend, Gastronome’s Salt, featuring British Maldon salt, Celtic sea salt, and Korean thousand-day aged sea salt.


Location: Level 3, COMO Orchard, 30 Bideford Road Singapore 229922

2. Gordon Grill

Red and gold furnishing with portraits of British style icons at Gordon Ramsay Bar & Grill KL. Source: GRBG

Reminisce dining in old European grill rooms at Gordon Grill, a fine dining restaurant at Goodwood Park Hotel that serves some of the best steaks in Singapore. 

While a la carte dishes are available on the menu, we recommend a prime steak from the wagon instead.

The Creek Stone pine USDA Black Angus Rib Eye ($2.8 per 10g, minimum 200g) was bestowed with a godlike marbling and cooked to a perfect wall-to-wall medium rare despite being the most affordable item on the wagon. Aged for 28 days, it was tender and flavourful, especially when paired with their green peppercorn sauce, which had a brighter aroma that typical peppercorn sauces.

Gordon Grill at Goodwood Park Hotel

Location: 22 Scotts Rd, Goodwood Park Hotel, Singapore 228221

3. Bochinche

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Bochinche in Club Street delivers an authentic Argentinian steakhouse experience with expertly crafted steaks.

Using a wood and charcoal grill, chefs showcase traditional Asado grilling for a light char and smoky essence, enhancing natural beef flavours. Standouts from the menu are the 500g grass-fed “Robbins Island” Wagyu Bone In Striploin (MS7) ($160) and popular appetisers like Hand-cut Beef Empanadas ($5)

Not to mention, Bochinche offers free-flow steak lunch at $65 per person every Saturday, offering 90 minutes to savour two cuts of meat: the 250g ribeye and 250g marinated inside skirt. The buffet includes a choice of alcoholic or non-alcoholic drink, with an option to top up $10 for two sides of your choice.


Location: 27 Club Street, Singapore 069413

4. The Feather Blade

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Treat yourself without breaking the bank. The Feather Blade is the perfect steakhouse for you.

This affordable steakhouse at Tanjong Pagar popularised flat iron steak in Singapore — an alternative cut to pricier steaks that is extremely tender and full of flavour.

Savour a 200g of juicy grilled beef for just $24 with add-ons house-made unique sauces like Sichuan peppercorn or Wasabi Cream ($2.5)

Explore tempting sides such as Burratina ($18) and decadent options like the Shrimp Cocktail ($18.5). Conclude your meal on a sweet note with the Rose Tiramisu ($18).

The Feather Blade

Location: 61 Tg Pagar Rd, Singapore 088482

5. Skirt

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Skirt at W Singapore, located at Sentosa, offers wood-fired grill steaks, combining traditional techniques with modern flair of authentic parilla grill.

The restaurant features captivating ambience, an open kitchen, and expansive windows, showing off a modern, elegant, yet rustic ambience. The wide variety of steaks available, including free-range grass-fed beef like Little Joe Bone-in Rib eye and full-blooded Wagyu options like A5 Omi Wagyu and David Blackmore’s Rubia Gallega.

Beyond steaks, the grill also presents dry-aged duck and wood-fired bone marrow as starters for you to try.


Location: W Singapore – Sentosa Cove, 21 Ocean Way, Singapore 098374

6. Bottega di Carna

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Dario Cecchini, known as the World’s Greatest Butcher, brings playful Italian dining to Bottega di Carna at Mondrian Singapore Duxton.

Delivering juicy cuts of steak, including classic options like bone-in striploin and Australian Black Angus Stockyard ribeye, you’re in for a memorable meal. 

The beef from Dario’s wood grill is priced starting from $88. You can expect other dishes like creative handmade pastas, inventive crudos, premium seafood, and a bold range of progressive wines to accompany your night. 

Bottega di Carna

Location: 16A Duxton Hill, #03-01, Singapore 089970

7. Griglia Open Fire Italian Kitchen

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Experience the warmth of an Italian summer evening at Griglia Open Fire Italian Kitchen.

Griglia embraces the Italian tradition of grigliata — cooking over an open flame. Led by Executive Chef Andrea De Paola, the restaurant blends his Napoli heritage with contemporary techniques to deliver an authentic and refreshing menu that celebrates the diverse flavours of Italy.

Leather seats, tasteful tiles, and soft lighting set the stage for an romantic dining experience. But, the heart of the restaurant beats with the aroma of a custom-made charcoal grill, where main courses are seared to perfection. 

Griglia Open Fire Italian Kitchen

Location: 37 Craig Rd, #01-01, Singapore 089675

8. Bedrock Origin

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Bedrock Origin, a local steakhouse inspired by global culinary adventures, brings diverse gastronomic trends home. The Applewood Fire Grill menu showcases Australian grass-fed Ribeye ($89) and the classic Bedrock Pepper Steak ($118) accompanied with various condiments like Bedrock chilli oil and red wine sauce. For special occasions opt for their seasonal wine pairing dinner with 5-6 course dinners available from $158++ per person, for more information check out their website.

Another standout is Singapore’s largest Dynamite Bombe Alaska, a captivating dessert from Bedrock with raspberry white chocolate ice cream and butter cookies, encased in torched meringue, and flambé with rum starting at $89 for 4-6 persons, requiring a 3-day advance reservation.

Bedrock Origin

Location: 23 Beach View Palawan Ridge,  #01-02, Oasia Resort Sentosa Hotel, Singapore 098679

9. Gemma Restaurant

Perched on the fifth floor of the National Gallery, Gemma Restaurant presents a fusion of contemporary Italian cuisine and Mediterranean-inspired grilled beef designed for sharing.

Experience the kitchen’s centrepiece,Josper oven, sears Tuscan-style bistecca Fiorentina from Australia and in-house curing room for “fish carvery”. Other than that, they offer delightful selections of Jack’s Creek Black Angus tenderloin ($58), tender F1 Wagyu ribeye ($78), and Te Mana Lamb Half Rack ($70)

On Sundays from 12pm to 3pm, enjoy the Sunday Fiorentina Brunch featuring large format 30-day dry-aged steaks alongside endless prosecco and Tuscan wines for groups of 4 to 5, the feast includes Italian antipasti and homemade pasta. Reserve your spot online, starting at $128++ per person.

Gemma Restaurant

Location: 1 St Andrews Road,National Gallery Singapore, 05-03, Singapore 178957

10. Burnt Ends

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Experience exceptional steak at Burnt Ends, a Michelin-starred Aussie-style restaurant in Dempsey Hill.

Chef-Owner Dave Pynt leads this modern barbecue spot, where daily menus and wood-fired cooking take centre stage in an open kitchen. Since 2013, Burnt Ends has charmed diners with its custom grills, particularly featuring must-tries like the Wagyu Onglet and Blackmore’s Cube Roll

Beyond barbecue, Burnt Ends expanded its offerings, now including a bakery with various bread, pastries, cinnamon rolls, and the popular donuts.

Burnt Ends

Location: 7 Dempsey Road, #01-04, Singapore 249671

11. Wolfgang Steakhouse

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When it comes to the best steaks in Singapore, you can’t miss Wolfgang’s Steakhouse, founded by celebrity chef Wolfgang Zwiener.

With over 20 locations worldwide, the restaurant is renowned for its commitment to serving only the finest quality USDA Prime Black Angus Beef, dry-aged onsite for 28 days. When you stop by, try the Porterhouse Steak (from $256) for sharing and  don’t miss out trying their dessert, New York style  Cheesecake ($18).

Wolfgang’s Steakhouse

Location: 1 Nanson Road #02-01, Intercontinental Singapore Robertson Quay, Singapore 238909

12. Bistecca Tuscan Steakhouse

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Bistecca Tuscan Steakhouse stands proudly as the 13th best steakhouse globally, renowned for its steaks offering.

This cosy Italian dining offers succulent rib eye, tenderloin, and their main star, the Bistecca alla Fiorentina ($240), a 1.1kg t-bone masterpiece char-grilled over a traditional Tuscan wood-fired grill, perfect to share. 

Other than steaks they also have authentic Italian cuisines such as Pomodoro ($26) and Carne ($30). And for lunch hours, the steakhouse presents an executive two-course delight starting from $52. 

Bistecca Tuscan Steakhouse

Location: 26 Mohamed Sultan Rd, Singapore 238970

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