The Chop House (SG)

The high chair area near the window overlooking Vivocity interior.

Want a good steak but not the premium price and certainly not the formal attire that comes with it.

This is the place, running on gastrobar concept.

The mood inside is welcoming, very chilled and certainly buzzing.

Brought to you by the high end steakhouse – Wooloomooloo Group.

First beer tapping system available in Singapore, tap away!

At this chop house, you will find the 1ST self-tap beer stations throughout the premise, all together six stations.

The beer tapping points are all copper piped from a cold keg room controlled at the constant 1deg Celcius via a specially designed control system.

Customer purchase a stored cash card from the cashier at S$5, and top up the card with any amount desired. The charge is per ml instead of by pint – prices are based on regular or happy hour.

Starting off with a refreshing alcohol-free mocktail – Cool Mint S$8++
Mussel Soup S$10++

The soup was very mussel-y indeed.

It was flavourful yet not cloyingly creamy, packed with New Zealand green-lipped mussels.

Chicken Quesadillas S$15++

This was a good light starter to share with friends before launching into meaty dinner to come.

All the condiments on the platter – guacamoe, homemade salsa and sour cream were oh so classice but done well.

Crispy tortilla skin oozing out melted Jack cheddar and minced chicken was a comforting treat.

My slice of quesadilla topped with condiments.
Sweet potato fries! Crunchy and delicious of course. Not easy to find in Singapore.

A communal dish to note is 4-kg Beef Shank Lollipop S$140++.

Good for about 5 – 6 hungry people. Served with asparagus spears, cheery tomatoes, tater tots (mini fried hash brown like).

The Chop House Pork Burger S$22++

If you are desperate for a food therapy at the end of a work day, but want something that is lighter.

Hit this juicy Pork Burger and you won’t miss out on a equally good beef burger – me think.

The patty was really tasty, mixed with a subtle combination of herb  (ginger, coriander, chilli, etc…) , wrapped around with smoky bacon streaks.

Served not with ordinary fries, but crispy ‘mini hasbrown balls’.

Close up of the Pork Burger’s patty.
Berkshire Pork Chop with Mongolian glaze S$32++ *Must Order*

I am never into Pork chop for it is always came tough or without much flavour – made up with a thick smother of gravy atop.

BUT, not this Berkshire pork chop. Basted in Mongolian glaze (hoise & black bean chili sauce) and then grilled to perfection.

It was so succulent inside, and the charred marks atop added not only caramelised flavour from the glaze, but also some crunchy texture.

200g USDA Prime Rib Eye S$36++

What a good steak!

This is what I am talking about, quality and flavourful steak from the same supplier to Wooloomooloo Steakhouse available at non-intimidating price at this gastrobar.

Below, the complimentary trio of in-house made condiments.

Beetroot Chutney, Chili Mustard (my favourite) and Onion Jam to go with the slabs of meat on the table.

Condiments for the steak.
Mixed Grill Seafood Platter (for two) S$42++

For the companies who are not into red nor white meat on the table, great normal seafood selection is also available here.

Every component (salmon, prawns, calamari rings) on the platter was fresh tasting and well grilled or fried, topped with herbs & breadcrumbs.

Other seafood options are Grilled Norwegian Salmon S$28++, Fish & Chips S$22++.

Apple Strudel in Tortilla with Vanilla Ice-cream S$11++

This is not your average apple strudel for sure!

The crunchy tortilla skin was an innovative spin off of the normal puff pastry used.

Apple chunks were cooked right, not mushy, mixed with good amount of cinnamon powder. The natural match of vanilla specked ice-cream was perfect.

Service was friendly and prompt.

I would be back for a family / friends dinner out soon.

Address:
1 Harbourfront Walk
#01-161-162 VivoCity
Singapore 098585
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