Steakout promises quality steaks and yummy cocktails at affordable prices. continue reading
Opening Hours
Mon - Sun
11:30 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Visa Master Cash
Other Info
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Alfresco / Outdoor Seats
Takes Reservations
No GST / Service Charge
Restaurant Website
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Signature Dishes
Angus Ribeye
Review (6)
Level1 2015-04-02
I waited 1+hrs for steak broccoli and fries because they forgot my whole meal and my fries. When I finished the steak, my fries still hasn't been served. I cook a lot of steak and know that 300g of steak takes about 8 mins. 200g should take even less. Considering they pre-made all the sides ahead of time, to toss on to dishes, there's no reason why I Waited that long. When I was tired of waiting I got up and asked if I could get a complimentary drink for the bad service. The lady replied I gave your fries to someone else. I'll get you yours now. First, that's not my problem, that's your shortfall. Second I have no more appetite to eat at 9:xx having arrived at around 7:45. She rushed to the kitchen to get fries and takeaway container and insist I take it for later and it will still taste good. She insisted they'll still be good for later because they're so hot now. I declined to which she gave me broccoli instead because she said she can't "rig" the system. Bull. Hence the pathetic sad bowl of minimal serve of broccoli. So disappointed and will never go back. The water has a waxy chapstick aftertaste and the steak is just average. Betterfields has better service and steak and sauce at the same price. SteakOut was a disappointment and am never going back. That's just no way to do business. What a waste of my valuable time. continue reading
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Level1 2014-07-16
I'm an avid steak-lover and have been to most steakhouses in Singapore and London. After reading promising reviews of the place, I couldn't wait to taste their angus steak with my friends.At $19.90, the decently priced angus steak (200g) was a huge disappointment. Firstly, there was barely any marbling and the meat was tough and tasteless. Secondly, I requested for my steak to be done medium-rare but one-half was blue-rare/rare (undercooked) while the other half was medium (overcooked). I came with high expectations after reading the reviews below but left really disappointed and embarrassed as I was the one who suggested Steakout to my friends. Needless to say, we all agreed that it might just be the worst steak we have ever tasted. It seems like the food have deteriorated greatly, possibly owing to a change of the cook or a drop in the quality of the beef.It is definitely not worth a visit; unless you want to spend your money eating low-quality beef cooked by an amateur. continue reading
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Level3 2013-09-29
Initially I thought that the portion of the 250g looking steak look rather deceivingly small. After my first bite and it is so unexpectedly good that all the more I thought that the portion confirm wont make me full at all. But after finishing every bit on the plate plus a cocktail drink, I am bloated till I can even order any dessert at all.Ordered medium rare and the steak came out just right. Not too bloody. Wish it is more tender other than just chewy. The beef taste of the charcoal grill taste and combining it with the red wine sauce taste really unexpectedly great. would definitely come again for the beef.Rosemary grill Pork Chop taste good but the beef has a stronger taste and if I were to come back again, I would pick the beef. Rosemary spice taste is not very strong. Onion rings are god as they come with real big rings of onions.Bought a deal coupon and paid $14.90 with a complementary cocktail. Great deal of the day. Cocktail prices are not stated on the menu. continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-20
We visited Steakout to redeem our deal vouchers (choice of 1 main and 1 drink @ $14.90) bought recently and ordered two sets of steaks. As they had ran out of Sirloin Steak that evening, the waitress offered to replace our orders to an Angus Ribeye instead (but at a smaller cut of course ).The steak was grilled in its natural juices and the charred smoky taste complemented the beef. The quality was good considering the price and the portion was pretty decent as well. The sides were the standard stuff - fries, garden vegs, mashed potatos, apple salad etc. As drinks was included in our purchase as well, we ordered the Earl-grey Lavender Mar-Tea-ni (Earl-grey infused gin with Lavender notes) and Yuzu Dream (Yuzu Juice with Gin). Overall, I found the drinks to quite mediocre and one could just give it a miss. The Earl-grey did not remotely taste anything like earl-grey and the hint of lavender fragrance was plainly absent. The Yuzu dream was slightly more flavourful. However I found it too sweet and overpowering for my liking. Service was generally pleasant and the place was pretty empty despite being a Friday night. The original pricing of their menu, to our surprise, was actually around the same range as what we paid on deal.com.sg (minus the drinks). Would definitely drop by again for some quality yet pocket friendly steaks! Yet another outlet to add on to our likes of Astons, Botak Jones and Char Grill! continue reading
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Level4 2013-06-23
Apparently, the folks at Steakout uploaded my previous visit onto their facebook wall and they have brought answers to my questions raised from my previous visit. In case you couldn't see the fine prints in the screenshot above, here's what I was informed. 1. They are still the same folks that ran the former ROS but taken on a new name (Steakout).2. Their famed Lava Cakes is more sinful than ever and that's a good news for me!3. In my previous post, I talked about their excessive use of butter in their baked potato? Well, they told me they will look into the matter. Perhaps less cholesterol? I'm hoping so... 4. Now I know how a well-made Vanilla Ice Cream tasted like. Come to think of it, the Vanilla Ice Cream I had with over at Max Brenner tasted almost the same too.The Creamy Mushroom Soup that came with the set lunches ($2.50 to add on). Nothing out of this world but hey, expectations are always the root of all problem. I don't know about you but I think it's worth that $2.50.My partner went for the Grilled Chicken ($7.90) which was beautifully plated but I feel that the gaps in between could be managed better. I on the other hand, went for the Sirloin Steak ($14.90), medium rare as usual and I won't have it any other way! The beef cut was a fair deal. It's not your tender type of meat but it's also not that laborious to chew either. Definitely, filling unless you're a SUPER SUPER BIG EATER!I will go as far as to say this: "Steakout might possibly have the best Chocolate Lava Cakes in town." I know my friends who frequent Max Brenner, Laurent Chocolate Bar and Three Inch Sin would disagree with me and a few of them might even stone me for making such an outrageous comment! But I'm speaking the truth! Best in terms of price. You're not going elsewhere and get a Lava Cake that's flowing really good molten chocolate and served with a scoop of Vanilla Ice Cream that I thought to be laced with alcohol at but then informed that that's due to the use of really good quality Vanilla Pods at $6.90. continue reading
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