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Jack’s Place Tenderloin Fest Returns with Two New Seasonal Specials

Jack’s Place presents 10 feast-worthy ways to enjoy a tenderloin steak this September and October, with the reintroduction of the Jack’s Place Tenderloin Fest! Featuring the restaurant chain’s signature tenderloin steaks served on sizzling hotplates with special Jack’s Place sauces and toppings, along with specially-priced premium appetisers, Jack’s Place stakes its eminence as one of...

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The Great Steak Escape

Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA) leads the herd with its latest campaign, The Great Steak Escape, by encouraging Singapore to get back out to restaurants and enjoy the rich flavours of Australian beef. From Monday, 28 June to Sunday, 25 July 2021, each of the 21 participating venues across the island will feature menu items that...

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Gyu Nami inspired Gyudon

I didn’t want to cook a simple steak with vegetables and some sort of carb so I was inspired by the Gyudon (beef bowl) by Gyu Nami to come up with this dish which can be easily replicated at home. But unlike Gyu Nami, I didn’t use wagyu and it turned out really yummy so...

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Delicious Beef Sukiyaki Don at Keisuke

Do you like beef? Do you like Japanese cuisine? Do you like Gyudon and Sukiyaki? Then Keisuke’s latest Sukiyaki Don is a bowl of happiness that combines sukiyaki and gyudon…only for S$14.90++! If you want to make it a real treat, they even have the A4 wagyu version at S$29.90.   Nestled in a corner...

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$10 Wagyudon with Onsen Egg

I had already read much about this S$10 gyudon stall at the famous Amoy Food Centre, which serves up “Instagrammable” beef rice bowls topped with onsen egg that oozes yolk when burst. I finally got to try the dish when the store, Gyu Nami, did a flash sale on Qoo10 where I only paid S$4.99...

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Beef Wrap With Caramelised Onions

I’ve been down with a stomach flu for the past 1 week and so, I wanted something that was a little light, fuss free and easy to prepare. Also, I had an over-ripened avocado. So, I turned the avocado into a very simple guacamole, which provided the creamy base and ‘sauce’ for my wrap. The...

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Wannabe Kale Frittata with Beef and Cherry Tomatoes

This is a wannabe frittata because I didn’t add cheese nor did I bake this dish and it could be called an omelette except that there’s more kale than egg. I found this dish incredibly tasty and stir frying the kale will eliminate any bitterness that is inherent in the veg. This recipe serves 1....

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Kimchi ‘Sukiyaki’ with Beef and Shirataki

One of my favourite restaurants, Sho Teppan, has decided to take the Kimchi soup base off their menu and as such, I’m forced to recreate my favourite dish at home! What a girl needs to do in order to satisfy her cravings… Anyway, this is a lot cheaper than eating at a restaurant (obviously) and...

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Spaghetti Aglio Olio with Beef Tenderloin

I’ve cooked beef several times.  Same with spaghetti so I don’t think I need to repeat the method.  Simply said, beef was cooked the Heston Blumenthal manner where I used a searing hot pan and flipped the steak every 15 seconds till it became medium rare. As for the spag, aglio olio means lots of...

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Sliced Beef with Asian Mushroom Sauce

It’s not the most visually appealing dish that I’ve cooked so far but this is one of the most delicious that I’ve cooked.  This is NOT a stir-fry so for this dish, please use sirloin/tenderloin/rib-eye steaks.  In my case, I used tenderloin.  What else would you need? Ingredients:3 steaks3 shitake mushrooms, sliced1 clove of garlic,...