16 September, 2007

Prime Meat

One of my rare appearances in the East side of Singapore finally brought me to the long awaited Aston Specialities. This Western food eatery started off as a humble hawker stall in a coffee shop a few doors away. Headed by Mr Aston Soon, 34, an ex-Ponderosa chef, this restaurant has already drawn excellent reviews with good steak at affordable prices all over Singapore.

Having heard so many people raving about this establishment, I was very much excited to dine in this place. I opted for the Prime Ribeye XtraCut (Medium Rare) with Potato Salad and Baked Beans as sides, and boy am I captivated! The cut had a slightly higher marbling fat content than the usual Ribeye I have tried, making it juicer and succulent, and the black grill lines produced a charred smoky touch to the tender beef.

It has been a long time since I had such a wonderful piece of steak. The medium rare that I dictated was also well executed giving the meat an extra sweetness and moistness. However, the sides were very much below par – the potatoes were too undercooked for consumption, and the baked beans were just as unappetising. However $34.80 for two slabs of beef and two drinks is definitely worth it, and I would definitely be coming back for their Celebrities Cut – Wagyu Beef priced at $38.90 the next time round!

Rating

Food: 4/5
Service: 3.5/5
Ambience: 3.5/5
Price: 4.5/5
Total: 15.5/20
119 East Coast Road
(Opposite Katong Mall)




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2 comments:

Jaime-La-Nouriture said...

hello! happened to see ur food blog and realise u got v interesting recommendations! (esp the one abt nihon banzai!) your fotos are also well taken!

i have been wanting to try aston specialities but its so far from my house. ur steak looks good! shall try it soon!

mind if i add u to my link?

= Kalos = said...

Hi, it's always delightful to have a fellow foodie dropping by my blog. Thanks for your kind words. Yeah, katong was abit out of the way for me too as I stay in the west, but happen to be around the area that day. You should try their steak, just as I am looking forward to my next visit for their wagyu beef!

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