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This November, savour Australia’s Westholme beef across Singapore

Jessica Chan 15 November 2018

From now till 30 November, savour rich, succulent Westholme beef from Australia at nine restaurants across Singapore.

Westholme Brisket and Tri-tip with celeriac and black garlic puree, pickled onions and mustard sauce, Common Man Stan

If you love a good steak, you’ll want to hear about Westholme and Culina’s A Cut of Freedom promotion. From now till 30 November, nine restaurants across town will showcase oft-overlooked cuts, ranging from tri-tip to deckle steak, from the finest Wagyu cattle from Outback Australia.

About Westholme beef

The herd began two decades ago with six Japan-born Hongen registered champion sires (three males and three females). Its offspring are born and bred wild on the vast, pristine outback and fed with a specialised grain blend. The result? A rich marbling that’s complemented by its unique palate of toasted caramel, herbs and butter.

Beef Graisse Scented 64C sous vide Egg with Westholme Ribeye Cap Confit, Steakville

On the menu

The classic combination of steak and potatoes takes a back seat at one Michelin-starred Candlenut. Chef Malcolm Lee presents a Peranakan favourite anew with the Westholme Intercostal Rib Rendang ($32). Likewise, a Chinese-inspired Westholme Tri-tip with pepper and malt crust and grilled qing long cai (garlic chives) ($25) will be served at LeVeL33, a craft-brewery restaurant atop Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 1.

For a more immersive dining experience, go for Argentinian restaurant boCHINche‘s three-course menu ($90/person). It features the decadent trio of ox tongue with eggplant escabeche, charcoal-grilled hanger steak with chimichurri and dessert. Steakville also has a three-course menu ($58/person) that includes a Flamed Westholme Deckle Steak.

Flamed Westholme’s Deckle Steak, Steakville

Those looking for a mid-day treat can check out Plentyfull’s two-course menu ($18.90). The pièce de résistance is the Smoked Westholme Navel End Brisket MBS3-5 that’s accompanied by fluffy brioche, pickled jalapeno and smoked cheddar. Or, come with a friend and share the Grilled Westholme Striploin MBS6-7+ ($58) with Manjumup truffle cream.

Meaty options in central Singapore are aplenty. Salt Grill & Sky Bar, situated on level 55 and 56  Ion Orchard, entices with a hearty Westholme Grilled Sirloin MBS 3-5 with glazed Westholme Cheek ($88) with black truffle tarragon, while Salted & Hung goes old-school with Westholme & Carrots ($68). There’s also Esquina‘s take on a Thai salad with oyster blade ($22) and a duo of brisket and tri-tip with black garlic puree ($32) at Common Man Stan.

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