Republic of Steak @ Victoria Street
Republic of Steak is a great alternative to Aston’s for quality western food at a reasonable price and also with better service.
The staff are really friendly and attentive. Maybe it’s because the outlet is new. I do hope they continue to sustain this as the restaurant gets more crowded with better business.
Rachel and I went there to eat twice within a week. It is actually located very conveniently at Victoria Hotel, near to the National Library, but is tucked away in a corner that tend to be easily overlooked.
The first time there, I ordered their signature burger while Rachel ordered their cowgirl sirloin steak. We also ordered their Bruschetta and wild mushroom soup for starters, as well as two glass of lime juice.
Everything was fantastic. Service was prompt, food was good, best of all, it did not cost that much. Our total bill came to around S$40. That’s a steal considering how much we ordered. The portion was generous too and we left really bloated during our first visit.
On our second visit, I ordered their pork chop while Rachel had a lamb steak. Again, we were satisfied with our meal. 🙂
We went a third time recently with our friends, Mark and Meiyen. They liked the food too. We will definitely frequent the restaurant again. Now, there’s one more great place to eat when we are in the Bras Basah Bugis precinct.
Here’s their address if you are interested:
89 Victoria Street
#01-01 Victoria Hotel
Tel: +65 6720 8103
11.30am – 10pm
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