So Le Steak has been around for quite awhile but I guess we never got around to visiting. I mean, we’ve always been excited about visiting but I guess maybe the location kept making us put it off over and over again. I remember someone mentioning about visiting Le Steak when it first opened but only now am I getting the chance to visit with some friends.
Le Steak was opened by Chef Amri and the aim appears to be simple – a place where we can go to get some delicious steaks (among other things).
Le Steak offers Prime cuts of steak including USDA Prime Grade Sirloin, USDA Prime Grade Ribeye and also some very nice Australian Wagyu. They also have other dishes to offer including lamb, veal, chicken, pasta and even some burgers but I’ll bet most people are here to enjoy the steak.
Surprisingly, I was drawn to order something else other than the steak that evening…
|Braised Short Ribs ($33.00)|
As always, I’m a sucker when it comes to something braised. Be it Lamb Shank (which they also have by the way) or in this case – Short Ribs.
Le Steak’s Braised Short Rib rests on a bed of mashed potatoes and comes with a side of vegetables.
Just nice for you to scoop on some potatoes and veggies as you dig into the tender meat.
And just how tender exactly are we talking about here?
I’m not sure how long they braised the meat for but it was definitely really tender.
You could just peel back the meat with a fork!
The gravy itself is your typical tomato and spices mix. I didn’t really find it very unique but it was definitely very flavourful and goes well with your meat and potatoes.
But we cannot survive on meat and potatoes alone now can we??
Well, technically we can but I ordered dessert nonetheless 😛
|Lemon Curd Tart ($4.90)|
They have options like Waffles with Ice Cream, Creme Brulee and Chocolate Lava Cake but I simply could not resist the temptation of the Lemon Curd!!
It’s basically a chocolate tart with lemon curd filling with a cream topping which they flambe. Finish that off with some strawberry syrup to give it a nice and sharp tart contrast.
Oooooooohh look at that lemon curd!
I actually really enjoyed my dessert (although I heard the Creme Brulee was really excellent) and I feel it’s actually very very worth the price you pay.
This is definitely something to consider if you have a sweet tooth like me!
Braised Short Ribs 3/5 — Lemon Curd Tart 4/5
So many more things to try on the Le Steak menu. STEAK STEAK STEAK!!
They even have fresh Oysters, Mussels and even Caviar on weekends!
But something that has caught my attention is a 200-day aged Angus Prime Rib. But that’s like an 800gm-1kg serving so I think I might have to find some fellow carnivores before I order that!!
248 Jalan Kayu
3.00pm til 11.00pm (Mondays to Fridays)
12.00pm til Midnight (Saturdays & PH Eve)
12.00pm til 11.00pm (Sundays and PH)