The Royals franchise in Singapore began as a dedicated dessert and cake shop out along East Coast Road, but as its success grew, it continued to open restaurants all over the city-state. The Royals Steakhouse, right by the Sultan Mosque on Jalan Pisang in Bugis, provides fresh meats from Australia and New Zealand, grilled to juicy perfection in the open kitchen. If you’re looking for a Muslim-friendly halal restaurant in Singapore for an intimate dinner date or a family celebration, this is the place to be. The Royals Steakhouse can be easily reached from Bugis MRT station, so try them out. Remember to book in advance though, as they can get busy.
From its early days as a dessert and cake shop on East Coast Road, The Royals has expanded all over Singapore with a series of cafes and restaurants – the latest being a steakhouse on Jalan Pisang, close to Bugis MRT station. Like the others in the franchise, The Royals Steakhouse is halal-certified, with a great selection of steaks, burgers and delicious sides with meats directly imported from Australia and New Zealand.
You can’t go wrong with a juicy premium striploin or ribeye steak with your choice of sauce, but for a truly royal treat at this steakhouse, you’ll have to order the côte de bœuf – French for “rib of beef” – a thick cut of 150-day grain-fed black Angus beef, enough to feed two. Regardless of what tickles your fancy at The Royals Steakhouse, you can rest assured knowing you’ll receive premium quality on a plate, even when it comes to the burgers, pastas and side dishes. Make The Royals Steakhouse your next stop in Bugis, just don’t forget to reserve ahead of your visit.
Fantastic as usual. Nothing to comment except for the incredulous service and food
The steak was fantastic and we really did not expect it to be that good. Will visit here again with my family. Small place but what matters is the food.
A great place to enjoy good steak. Service was good and food came promptly. Food quality was outstanding and the meat doneness was as per requested.
Cosy place with delicious steaks and friendly staff. Will definitely be back.
Went there on Wednesday at 12.15pm. I was there with my 3.5 year old girl. Place was empty except for a table with 3 guys. We ordered the Caesar salad, pumpkin soup, NZ ribeye, wild berry soda and Ribena lemon soda. Caesar salad and pumpkin soup were good. My little one enjoyed the pumpkin soup. I had my ribeye medium and it was good. Meat was tender. My small one enjoyed it too and kept asking for more. It came with a side of mashed potatoes and side salad. I like the balsamic dressing they drizzled on the salad. Mashed potatoes was good too. Soft and not too buttery. I chose the mushroom sauce which was different from what I was accustomed to. I enjoyed the wild berry soda and so did my little girl but unfortunately she didn't enjoy the Ribena lemon soda I ordered for her. I Guess it's because you couldn't taste the Ribena. All in all a good meal and will definitely return. Place was small though. I counted about 32 seats in total including those at the bar counter. They had a open kitchen concept so I don't think many people will sit at the counter.
A Halal steakhouse? Must try and so here we are. Sautéed Mushrooms in Balsamic Dressing Fresh button and shitake mushrooms, nicely cooked with pinch of Thyme and black pepper to enhance the favour of the mushrooms. Sweet and not sour from the balsamic. Cote De Boeuf, French for "Rib of Beef". 700 grams You need to be patience cos the dish will take about 20 minutes to cook. The portion is big, really good for 2 persons to share. Came with 3 sauces, mashed potato and a small portion of green salad. Was quite disappointed when the meat came overcooked. We ordered Medium Rare but came between Medium to Medium Well. The meat was nicely seasoned and the texture of the meat is good and tender with a nice char on the surface. Good meal, nice ambience. Only down side is that it's a open kitchen, you will smell like the steak you just had when you walk out of the place.
Read all the reviews before deciding to dine at The Royals Steakhouse. It was all GOOD reviews about their steak. Decided to bring my whole family there and had to try the good reviews steak for myself. True enough it wasnt disappointing at all! Everything about it was SUPERB. Should add on more choices for the drink. Pasta could have been better but it was not that bad. All and all, i leave with a happy tummy ^_^
Staff was very friendly and ambience was really cosy. Reservation is recommended as the number of tables are quite limited. There were quite a number of walk in customers who was turned away as restaurant was operation at full house. Ordered their trademark burger and portion size was reasonable. However patty was slightly dry and food was not really up to my expectation. Probably should have went for their steak since it's called The Royals Steakhouse.
In love with the cosy place and enjoyed the quiet ambience. I think its a good place for a date! Be sure to book, because when i entered the restaurant, all the tables had reservation note on it. The food was simply amazing, I had the Australian Lamb chops and my fiance had the Newzealand Tenderloin. I am not a fan of beef so I would say that the Lamb Chop is a must to try! My fiance is a steak kind of guy and he couldn't stop complementing the perfect shear, tenderness and the list went on. Also, I would recommend the caramelised onion sauce. It's worth the money guys!
Went to The Royals Steakhouse with my family of 5 on the 21st Jan. We are very satisfied with both the food quality and service received. The staff were friendly, and this is by far, the best halal steak we've tasted in Singapore!