A couple of night after our virgin experience at Steer, we went back again to try their dinner menu. Yes, that’s how good we felt the restaurant is. Click here to read about Steer’s early dinner special.
We arrived at about 8pm and its was almost full house. Fortunately, there was a table available after a 20 minute wait.
Hubby splurged on a 300g Scotch Fillet (AUD 115) produced by Sher Wagyu. The steak arrived just the way he ordered-medium rare, and exuded a lovely char-grilled smokiness. Texture was superb as well- juicy, tender and easily cut with a dinner knife. I’m not one to crave for red meats, but had trouble stopping myself from repeatedly reaching out to his plate.
Get the best of both worlds with the BBQ Tiger Prawns with Silician Salad (AUD 36), where delectable crustaceans team up with addictive crackling Pork Belly. The fresh succulent prawns are conveniently deshelled, so one will not have to waste precious time peeling them, and instead, dive straight into the sumptuous dish. However, pork belly fell a little short, because of its sticky texture, which I didn’t fancy.
Doesn’t the Reese Peanut Butter Cup (AUD 16) look too pretty to be eaten? A decadent symphony of peanut sorbet, warm brownie, fudge and hot salted caramel, this treat gave me a deeper understanding of the phase “sweet dreams are made of these”.
The Vanilla Creme Brulee (AUD 16), adorned with Victorian berries and complemented with blueberry pie sorbet was another visual treat. The custard is smooth and well-balanced, neither eggy nor too sweet. Well played!
Well-executed dishes, beautiful desserts and friendly service, it’s hard to see why Steer is a popular dining destination.
Steer Bar and Grill
637 Chapel Street
Tel: 03 9040 1188