Wagyu Tomahawk @ Bedrock Bar & Grill
One of my favourite steakhouses in Singapore is Bedrock Bar & Grill at the Pan Pacific Service Residences in Orchard Road. The restaurant is on the ground floor just next to the walkway connecting Pan Pacific to 313 Orchard.We decided to have our anniversary dinner here this year together with our kids. Our must have here as a family is the Wagyu Tomahawk.
We decided to have the Jamon ham platter ($49) for our starter. Jamon ham is now our favourite ham. It is a type of cured ham produced in Spain and Portugal and goes really well with red wine. The Jamon ham here is served with thinly toasted crisp baguette. Yum!
DD was the only one who wanted soup. She had the smoked tomato soup ($16). I had a taste of it and it was good. I like the smoky flavour.
Then came our main course, the Wagyu Tomahawk (market price). We had it done medium rare and it was done just right. It was juicy, tender and flavorful.
The steak came with a selection of sauces. There was the classic béarnaise, red wine sauce, bedrock chili oil, wholegrain whiskey mustard and chimichurri sauce. I personally like the bearnaise and mustard. Together with our steak, we ordered 3 sides. The all time family favourite is the truffle fries ($16). It comes with a sprinkle of thinly grated cheese strips. Super yummy!
Another must try side at Bedrock is the Mac & Cheese ($20). This is a simple dish but they have done it so well here. There is just the right dose of truffle flavour. Nice creamy texture. I am not normally a mac and cheese fan, but this is a must have aid edish for me whenever I come here. Our favourite vegetable side here is the steamed asparagus. But they were out of it on this visit. So instead we went for the steamed brocollini ($18). Brocollini is somewhat of a cross between brocolli and Kailan. We like to have steam vegetable after all the rest of the rich food. No regrets with with brocollini. It was as good as the asparagus.
We were quite full and shared 2 dessert. One was the creme brûlée ($16). As it was our anniversary, they served it with a chocolate “Happy Anniversary” tag. Our second dessert was the gigantic Waffle Ice Cream Sandwich ($20). The buttermilk waffles was warm and crisp on the outside. This dessert normally uses honey and fig ice cream but DD requested it to be changed to vanilla ice cream. Serving was big with 3 big scoops of ice cream. We were glad we were sharing it.
We had a bottle of red wine to go with our meal and the 3 kids each had a mocktail. Total bill for 5 of us came up to $774.45. Not a cheap meal but within expectations for a Wagyu Tomahawk steak.