The Chop House @ 112 Katong
From the people who brought you Wooloomooloo Steakhouse, The Chop House is a family oriented restaurant that specializes in all things grilled (that ribeye… we’ll get to that in a bit).
The outlet at 112 Katong exudes an air of sophistication with its timbered and woody architecture. The well decked bar is the first thing you encounter upon entry followed by a cabinet of fine wines. Diners also get to have a look at the Chefs in action with pretty much an unobstructed view from the dining area.
One thing I must highlight before I even go on to the food is the service. You’d think that “Since they know you’re writing for them, obviously they will have to give you good service”. But, the level of service I received was not biased. Every single table had the same quality of exceptional customer service. They were extremely attentive to my humble glass of water, every dish warranted a casual “how’s the food?” and genuine smiles were dished out effortlessly and naturally with no airs or pretentiousness. Thumbs up Chop House!
Mussel Soup, $8
Me thought the sour cream was a good balance to the seafood sweetness of the mussels. It was honestly all normal to me until I bit into a crouton. Fu-yoh. Did I just taste truffle? Yes I did! Did a quick double check with the waitress and yeap, true enough, they dip their croutons in truffle oil!
USDA Prime Rib Eye, $39
Did you know? There are only three USDA (The United States Department of Agriculture) grades of beef that you can get in this world. Prime, Choice or Select. Prime being the highest grade based on the marbling and age of the beef. For $39, I think it’s great value! You’re receiving a premium piece of meat for a not so premium price!
Accompanying this dish, comes an assortment of in-house made sauces: Sweet Onion, Mustard and Spicy Sambal! I fancy the mustard because it has a sharp bite at the end which I like. Sambal with my steak was weird so you probably might not want to try that.
The meat itself was perfectly cooked (medium), juicy and tender. Ain’t got no beef with this dish. Get it?
Sago Gula Melaka, $7
Gula Melaka ice cream melts into the crevices of the sago pudding and you take a bite. Oh my goodness. That’s all I have to say.
Is The Juice Worth The Squeeze?
It’s a definite yes from me. Food aside, I’m someone who places a ton of value on Service. No I don’t have a superiority complex. If the service is excellent, people leave the establishment with positive energy and it rubs off their reviews of the place (see exhibit A above). You got to experience it once, you’ll be a service junkie after for sure! Also, TRY THAT STEAK!
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The Chop House
112 Katong #01-13
112 East Coast Road
Tel: (+65) 6376 9262
Opening Hours: 11.30am-11pm daily
*This is a sponsored post (Thanks for the food The Chop House!)
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