It’s been almost a year since I last met up with my girlfriend at Tipo Gnocchi. She knows I love a good steak so she suggested Charr’d Steakhouse which opened in March this year.
Charr’d Steakhouse is located between Eunos and Kembangan stations. It’s a good 15 minutes walk from either station, perfect for working up an appetite.
The red neon lights on the wall that says “Best Beef Cuts” brings out the steakhouse vibe of the place.
The menu features 2 starters, 6 mains, a sharing platter, 5 sides and 2 desserts to choose from.
First comes our mocktails which are The Greenhouse Effect [S$12] and Muscat Kick Fix [S$12]. They are really more like flavored and colored extremely-sweet soda drinks.
Nothing special with the Truffle Fries [S$13] with the usual shaved parmesan and truffle oil.
The Cream’d Moonlight Spinach [S$13] really blew my mind. The addition of parmigiano-reggiano cheese, cream, pine nuts and onsen egg takes away spinach’s bitterness.
Charr’d specializes in A5 Kuroge wagyu from Mie prefecture, so of course we have to try their beef. They offer A5 Ribeye [S$58] and A5 Tenderloin [S$78] which I find a little expensive as it’s just 100gm per serving.
The steaks are tender and juicy, I won’t expect anything less from A5 Japanese wagyu beef but it’s really the sauces that makes all the difference. House Bearnaise [S$5] tastes similar to hollandaise sauce with a creamy texture while Chimichurri [S$5] is tangy and slightly spicy which goes really well with the tender meat.
We ended our meal with House Croffles [S$13]. Croffles are hybrid of croissant and waffles, they are supposed to be crispier but I seriously don’t see the difference.
Address: 324F Changi Road, Singapore 419799
Opening Hours: Closed on Mondays, Tuesday – Sunday 11am – 10pm