2 Tampines Central 5
#05-04 Century Square
Singapore 529509

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11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

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Third time here and finally trying the classic Striploin Steak ($18). Was pleasantly surprised with how the beef was tender and easy to chew! Ordered a medium rare, while my dad who always goes for a medium well mentioned how it’s a bit hard at that doneness. So choose to your preferences friends! The dish was accompanied with a smooth truffle mash and veges that went well altogether. Went for the garlic sauce that paired well with the steak! You get to choose between mushroom, garlic and black pepper sauce.

Definitely go for the steak if you are visiting Meathouse, previously tried the Joper Oven Steak with Pasta and the cooking method made the beef tough which wasn’t to my liking.

Ordered medium, doneness. Doneness was done right, comes with a small warm bun with butter.

Very tender, goes well with the sauce. In my opinion, better than the steaks 😆

Part of the seasonal menu, to celebrate this Hari Raya Puasa period.
A whole roasted spring chicken, with crisp salty savoury skin and tender moist sweet savoury chicken meat, is served alongside crisp juicy strips of cucumber and turnip, in a rich, thick rojak gravy.
Garnished with crushed peanuts, this has a piquant sour sweet savoury shrimpy flavour.
Delicious, tastes exactly as what we'd expected from a dish named 'rojak chicken'.
The MeatHouse By E18hteen Chefs
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Located on the fifth storey of the east-side mall that is Century Square, The MeatHöuse is a Halal-certified casual steakhouse conceived by none other than Chef Benny Se Teo and his team from Eighteen Chefs. Unlike most steakhouses, The MeatHöuse provides diners with a modern casual setting similar to that of a café, perfect for a laid-back afternoon sirloin. Their French Fries with Truffles ($10++) were served with a generous mound of shaved parmesan cheese and discernible bits of truffle. While the anticipated punch of the familiar scent and taste of the occasionally-overused truffle oil was not there, the fries were on a whole new level of flavoursome, maintaining a crisp exterior with warmth and fluff on the inside. I had the Josper Oven-Grilled Striploin Steak with Pasta ($16++), which came with a simply grilled slab of striploin, a salad almost overly-dressed with sesame oil and aglio olio which I requested to be served with linguine rather than spaghetti. Certainly a joint to check out if you’re in the east and looking for a meat feast.


Doneness was medium rare. Had it with garlic sauce. Comes with a generous portion of wild rockets tossed with slightly sweet salad dressing. Juicy, tender and melts in your mouth! Good steak at an affordable $26.50!