Food Picks: New restaurants Imbue and Nong Geng Ji; The Astor Grill expands its menu

Under him, the menu has expanded with new primary cuts, such as the 500 days grain-fed full-blood autumn wagyu striploin ($138 for 250g) and 450 days grain-fed bone-in New York striploin ($158 for 500g), a cross-breed of Australian and Japanese wagyu. 

Signature sharing cuts include the 45 days dry-aged bone-in shell loin ($238 for 800g), which offers a striploin, ribeye and T-bone. 

The steaks are cooked over charcoal on a custom-built parrilla grill, which gives the meat a lightly charred crust.

There are new non-beef options as well, such as starters of grilled Spanish octopus ($36), grilled Kurobuta pork chop ($52) and grilled Boston lobster ($108 for 550g). 

As part of the decadent dining experience, each order of signature sharing, primary or secondary cuts comes with a choice of sauces, salts as well as steak knife to dine with. 

To finish, go for the flambeed baked Alaska ($68, good for two to three people) or classic chocolate mi-cuit ($22), with a lush fondant centre. 

For best value, the weekday set lunch is priced at $58 for three courses.

Where: Lobby Level, The St. Regis Singapore, 29 Tanglin Road
MRT: Orchard Boulevard
Open: Noon to 2.30pm, Mondays to Saturdays; 6.30 to 10.30pm daily
Tel: 6506-6860

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