It’s no surprise that the compact menu is almost exclusively meat-based. The steaks are cooked and served on fragrant oak planks – a technique favoured by South Americans and apparently the first of its kind in Singapore – and accompanied by grilled vegetables and fries. With the most expensive item on the menu being the filet mignon – $36 for a 160g slab and $42 for the 220g cut – expect a fairly substantial meal that won’t have you thinking nervously of your wallet the way an outing to Morton’s does. The mushroom linguine, of all things, is unexpectedly good.
|Venue name:||Prime Society||Contact:|
10 Dempsey Road
|Opening hours:||11am-3pm, 6pm-midnight|