Lawry’s Prime Rib Singapore

25 Dec

The art of fine dining.

Lawry’s The Prime Rib Singapore has set a new standard on fine dinning when it opened its door in Singapore back in 1999.

Now located at Mandarin Gallery, Lwary’s The Prime Rib Singapore boosts a sprawling art museum-like setting with warm decor of walnut parquet flooring, floral design wool carpet and alabaster pendant lamps.

Apart from the good food, I must compliment the exemplary service provided by the staff. Every guest is welcomed into the restaurant and treated like a VIP. We were warmly greeted by our first names by we reached the restaurant at the reserved time and a waitress was allocated to our table to take care of our needs. The attentive lady checked on us regularly and in between servings to ensure that the food they served is satisfactory.

The meal began with a serving of two types of bread with butter before a waitress came round to our table to prepare our salad with freshly crispy lettuce and house made dressing and served with a chilled fork.

For hearty meat eaters, I would highly recommend their USDA Rib Eye Steak that comes in a generous 400 gram cut. It is not overly marinated so it retained the meat’s natural flavor. The medium-rare steak is skillfully done so while the portion is thick, it is no bloody and every bite is very tender and juicy.

Another dish on the menu that tickled my liking is the Chicken Cordon Bleu. The pan-seared chicken breast is rolled with ham and cheese and slant-cut into two pieces and served with a special sauce and boiled asparagus. Unlike the reds that are heavier and richer, I like that the Chicken Cordon Bleu is lighter for the taste buds and healthier for the waistline too!


Merry X’mas!


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