Wondering what to eat in Joo Chiat? There’s a cool new steakhouse in Singapore and it’s in the heart of this vibey neighbourhood! Supperman Speakeasy & Grill is the go-to restaurant in East Coast. Expect flame-grilled steaks, curated wines and some of the best cocktails on the island.
Set in a quaint shophouse conversion along Joo Chiat Road, the retro-style eatery houses a stylish bar – for a cocktail with a twist before your meal – as well as two dining areas. The street-facing area showcases contemporary art for a laid-back touch. Meanwhile, the cosy air-conditioned space at the rear of the shophouse has a more intimate feel.
We review Supperman Speakeasy & Grill, a slick new steakhouse in Singapore offering serious meats and cheeky tipples
Supperman’s menu is wonderfully simple, with a selection of sharing dishes and indulgent mains that had us drooling. We kicked off with Supperman’s Great Start ($15). The team bakes this charcoal-grilled focaccia in-house, serving it with Beef Love Butter – a fitting name for the creamy beef-fat infused butter. It’s paired with a tasting portion of house wine.
For starters, we also tucked into a few delicious sharing dishes. They included the Roma Tomato Salad ($16) made with Supperman’s home-made ricotta cheese, as well as the Grilled Calamari ($20) and Charred Leek ($14). Another highlight is the incredible selection of flame-grilled breads, with toppings including Aubergine Marinara ($18) and Whisky-caramelised Onion ($20).
Carnivores can look forward to different cuts of premium Black Angus and aged Argentinian steak, all finished on a high-flame grill. Supperman’s Ribeye ($45) is a 300g portion of grass-fed Tasmanian beef served with anchovy butter. Ours was perfectly chargrilled and tender.
While this steakhouse in Singapore serves crowd-pleasing meats, the Open Fire Crayfish ($32) is also a winner for seafood lovers. The smoky and succulent strips of flesh are basted in garlic butter, with a side of lemon and herb butter dip. No complaints here!
Complementing these hearty dishes is Supperman’s totally addictive Beef Fat Smashed Potatoes ($14). Topped with chives and more of that garlic butter, the crispy spuds are a must-try side dish, and great for nibbling on between courses.
Fancy a pasta dish? Supperman’s newly launched menu items offer something for everyone, with a classic Pecorino Cheese Pasta ($20), Smoked Duck Aglio Olio ($20), Pappardelle Mushroom Stroganoff ($18) and Seafood Marinara ($24).
Elevate your dining experience with the perfect glass of wine. Each main dish on the menu is paired with one of Supperman’s carefully curated wines at a special price of $13 a glass. Cheers to that!
In addition to a list of well-chosen wines and popular cocktails such as Margaritas and Sidecars, there’s also a handful of signature cocktails at this steakhouse in Singapore. Closet Tipple ($19) is a refreshing tequila-based drink. For a cheeky whisky cocktail, try the Shoddy Man’s Balls ($21).
What you need to know about this bar and restaurant in East Coast
Supperman Speakeasy & Grill is open for dinner from Tuesdays to Sundays from 5pm till late. It’s the perfect spot for when you’re wondering what to eat in Joo Chiat!
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