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Restaurant review: The Steakhouse at River Valley in Singapore

Grab a table with a view of the cowhide-swathed fridge and the marbled slabs of beefy goodness within, and prepare to unleash your inner hunter-gatherer.

First, manfully order fillet mignon at the “ladies’ weight” of 200g ($42) for the little woman. Next, tighten rugged grip on hefty steak knife as your porterhouse steak, a 500 gram behemoth of both sirloin and fillet is borne towards to you like a sacrificial offering for a wrathful tribal god, and declare to world in general, “You are about to witness something special.”

Before sitting back in triumphal repose, plate bare but for trace remains of creamed spinach ($6) and mashed potatoes ($5), declare meal a success, if a little heavy on the seasoning. Finally, ease self off heavy leather chair and allow Sinatra’s suitably swaggering strains to soundtrack your exit from this bastion of meat and masculinity.

The Steakhouse
3B River Valley Road
The Foundry #01-14
(+65) 6332 1010

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