Meadesmoore (Raffles Place)

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Monday: 11:30 - 15:00 Monday: 17:30 - 22:00 Tuesday: 11:30 - 15:00 Tuesday: 17:30 - 22:00 Wednesday: 11:30 - 15:00 Wednesday: 17:30 - 22:00 Thursday: 11:30 - 15:00 Thursday: 17:30 - 23:00 Friday: 11:30 - 15:00 Friday: 17:30 - 23:00 Saturday: 17:30 - 23:00

21A Boon Tat Street
Singapore 069620

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11:30am - 03:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 03:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 03:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 03:30pm
05:30pm - 11:00pm

11:30am - 03:30pm
05:30pm - 11:00pm

05:30pm - 11:00pm


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The dishes here were really delicious! We started off with an appetizer which included warm grapes and cheese. The mixture of flavours were really interesting! To be honest I am not the biggest fan of beef, but the steak here was so juicy and tender (really melts in your mouth), made me understand why people enjoy it so much. This was paired with tomatoes that was infused with their special sauce and complements the steak we were having.

We finished it off with the tiramisu - infused with brandy in cream. I couldn't stop eating this, its a must get if you come here!

The staff also patiently explained to us about every dish so we know exactly what we are savouring. A great restaurant with delicious food and lovely ambience :)

We started with the burrata with elderflower balsamic drizzled on top and a side of burnt grapes and fennel. It was very pleasant, the grapes added a sweetness to the creamy burrata and the slightly tart balsamic. We then shared a large format cut (flat iron) with the black tomatoes.

The steak was done medium/medium-rare, which was a bit too rare for our liking, but the waitstaff and kitchen were happy to cook our steak a touch more. The steak was incredibly tender and well-seasoned, and the accompanying salsa verde and bordelaise sauce were flavourful. The black tomatoes paired very well with the steak, offering a different flavour profile with the meat.

To finish off our meal, we had the tiramisu with brandy cream. Brandy was used in various parts of the dessert, but it wasn’t overpowering. It was perfectly sweet, and not heavy like cream-based desserts can be.

Overall, it was a wonderful experience, with friendly and attentive waitstaff, and a great ambience.

My evening at Meadesmoore, a modern steakhouse known for unique cuts and premium meats, was truly memorable. The warm staff greeting and the dimly lit, cozy setting with comfortable sofa seats set the ideal stage for a romantic dinner, creating an inviting and relaxed atmosphere.

Culinary Journey:
The culinary adventure kicked off with the beef and crab tartare appetizer, showcasing the restaurant's commitment to extraordinary flavors. The star, a flat iron full-blood Wagyu with a marble score of 6/7, was charcoal-grilled to a perfect medium rare. Served on a heated stone plate, the lean yet tender meat shone with a touch of salt. Paris butter and green peppercorn sauces provided diverse savory notes, while black tomatoes with tarragon herb added a refreshing contrast, creating a symphony of flavors. Attention to detail, from presentation to ingredient quality, made the dining experience exceptional.

Dessert and Impression:
The night concluded with a spectacular smores dessert presentation, featuring a flaming vodka pour. Meadesmoore delivered a delightful dining experience with its cozy ambiance and culinary excellence in unique cuts. The diverse steak selection left me eager for a return visit. A solid 5/5 rating underscores Meadesmoore as a must-visit for those seeking a memorable and enjoyable dining adventure.

Meadesmoore is definitely a steakhouse everyone must visit.
Step into our culinary haven, where the ambiance is not just in the decor and cuisine but also in the genuine warmth exuded by their dedicated restaurant staff.

We ordered Beef & Crab Tartare as a starter and the taste was amazing!
This dish is a celebration of contrasts — the velvety richness of prime beef juxtaposed with the briny undertones of fresh crab and Ikura, creating a harmonious dance of flavors.

I can’t wait any longer for the our mains - Wagyu with Black Tomato to be serve.
The Flat Iron, a canvas of succulent tenderness, perfectly seared to a caramelized perfection, serves as the foundation for this gastronomic masterpiece. The intense sophistication of the Black Tomatoes are lovely accompaniments that provide a harmonious balance to the steak.

As you savor each bite on S’mores, our dessert for the night, a harmonious balance emerges, an interplay of sweetness and warmth with chocolate cookies, sour berries, coconut ice cream and Marshmallow mousse.

An extraordinary experience that transcends the ordinary and leaves me not just satisfied but yearning for more.

I recently had the pleasure of dining at here for a special dinner date.
From the moment we walked in, the ambience set the perfect tone for a cozy and intimate evening. Dim lighting, rustic decor, and the subtle aroma of charred meat filled the air. The staff greeted us with warmth and professionalism, making us feel like VIPs from the get-go.
We started with an appetizer, the Shaved Ox Tongue, a platter of perfectly seared meat bits that melted in our mouths. The variety of flavors was a great teaser for what was to come.
For the main course, we opted to share the Flat Iron, cooked to a perfect medium rare. The steak were seasoned to perfection, with a crusty sear on the outside and a juicy, tender center. Each bite was a symphony of savory goodness. We had it accompanied with a sauce, Salsa Verde, but I think the mark of a good steak is when it is actually better without sauce!
The side dish of the Black Tomato added a refreshing touch to the rich, meaty experience. The portions were generous.
We the S’mores for dessert. It was an interesting take on it and specular when they flambé it with vodka. My partnered loved it but it was a tat too sweet for me.
We definitely left with satisfied appetites and happy taste buds. The table next to ours had the Meadesmoore Cut and they too were satisfied. I guess I’ll be coming back for that next!

The food at Meadesmoore was really good!

Starters: shaved ox tongue and chilli crusted bone marrow. The pickles went very well with the ox tongue, which were so tender that it changed my perception of this part of the meat. The chilli mix cut through the fattiness of the bone marrow and was great with the sour dough bread.

Mains: flat iron steak which was a full blood wagyu MS 6/7. Meat was extremely tender and flavourful and I was happy to eat it with just sea salt so as to savour each bite. 400g was just nice for the both of us.

Sides: black tomatoes were sweet and tangy and helped to balance the meal.

Dessert: S’mores which was made with coconut ice cream, marshmallow and choc cookie. Sounded simple but it ended our dinner on a fantastic note. Vodka was lighted up and poured all over the dessert which lit up in blue from the flames.

Wonderful meal and the couple beside us were in great exclamations over what they ordered as well (especially the burrata with burnt grapes and they got the meadsmoore cut as well) - made us decide we definitely need a trip back to try the others :)