Time Out says
The Feather Blade started out as a pop-up steakhouse at Zui Hong Lou along Club Street during the weekends. But due to overwhelming demand and long queues, the pop-up has taken over the space permanently so that you can easily satisfy your steak cravings.
Founder Sheen Jet Leong spent a year working the kitchen and floor of Flat Iron Steak, a popular London eatery, and brings what he loved and learnt from the joint to our shores. Expect 200g of juicy grilled beef priced at an affordable $21, which you can pair with Sichuan peppercorn sauce or classic bearnaise ($2). Save room for sides ($7) – The Feather Blade offers a mushroom medley, truffled cream corn, mashed potatoes and creamed spinach. Sticking to its ethos of serving alternative cuts, it offers weekly specials such as picanha, bavette and chuck-eye steaks as well. Pro-tip: if you're not in the mood for steak, ask your server for the Handshake Burger ($21). The off-menu item is made from ground flat iron steak that are seared on the griddle before it's smothered with bearnaise sauce and served with raw shallots between lightly toasted brioche buns.