Food trends may come and go, but one thing’s for sure: nothing beats your classic steak and fries. This unpretentious dish has been enjoyed at many a French bistro, and now you enjoy it from the comfort of your home thanks to Oddle Eats. Here are six great restaurants to order from!
Fans of Tomahawk steak have Bedrock Bar & Grill to thank for being the first to popularise the cut way back in 2009. Today, the award-winning modern bar and steakhouse is known for its wide selection of steak and wines. Pick up mains like Woodfire-Grilled Ribeye Steak (from $58), served with thick-cut fries, thyme better, and your choice of side (options include Bedrock’s much raved about Smoked Tomato Soup, Caesar Salad, and more).
Committed to serving authentic, affordable meals, Bistro Du Vin prides itself on plating up food that defies French cuisine’s “fussy” and “pompous” reputation.
Their Steak Frites (from $56++) is a solid crowd favourite, featuring Australian Black Angus Ribeye, watercress, and crispy french fries. Choose between Béarnaise or Red Wine Sauce to accompany your dish.
Starting June, you can also order Family Bundles (from $280), which offer generous selections of starters, mains, and desserts.
If you’re dining with loved ones, opt for their Family Pack for 4, which includes a Cheese & Charcuterie Platter, 4 Trimmed Steaks, Fries, and Mousse au Chocolat. Every order of a family and couple pack will enjoy a complimentary bottle of Cuvée de L’Entrecôte, available for a limited time only.
Known for its classic and value-for-money steak frites, Les Bouchons is a stalwart of French cuisine in Singapore. Steak lovers especially will be spoilt for choice, because there are six cuts of meat to choose from.
If you’re wondering what makes Les Bouchons’ fries so addictive, the secret lies in their preparation methods. Twice-fried in duck fat, their fries are crisp and golden on the outside, and soft and fluffy on the inside.
Look out for their 20th-anniversary celebrations in July, offering month-long promotions and wine specials.
Last but not least, Meadesmoore is a modern steakhouse that deems itself a “joyous fist bump to the grand steakhouses of the early 1900s in the US and UK”. Think charcoal-grilled steaks of hearty proportions and decadent side dishes.
Their large-format meats (from $138-$280), like the Black Opal Wagyu Zabuton MS6-7 (from $148), are catered for 2 to 5 people, boasting intense marbling and melt-in-your-mouth textures.