Opus Bar & Grill – U.S. Greater Omaha Prime Grade Steaks From S$68 With Free Flow Of Wines

Opus Steaks

Beefing up their game – pun intended – Hilton Singapore’s Opus Bar & Grill introduces carefully selected prime grade Greater Omaha steaks, a great addition to their already amazing Australian steaks line-up. The success story behind Opus Bar & Grill’s iconic steaks comes from their open-flame charcoal grill and the use of a Himalayan salt tile dry-aging cabinet to dry-age the signature Australian Rangers Valley OP rib.

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Steak prices for the newly-launched Greater Omaha Steaks are priced from S$68++ only and that’s supreme value for quality steaks! Non-steak lovers also have new fish and chicken options to look forward to.

Here’s the cherry on top – you can enjoy free flow house wines with every steak order! Steaks and wine; ain’t it going to be a wonderful night?

Opus Grilled Steaks

The highlight of the night goes to Opus Bar & Grill’s new selection of three prime grade cuts from U.S. Greater Omaha which are known for having strict requirements in keeping up to the high standards of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).

Opus U.S. Greater Omaha steaks

The 220g U.S. Greater Omaha steaks that are served to you are certified 100 days corn-fed beef cuts that taste well on its own without the need for extra seasoning.

Opus 100 Days Corn-Fed Sirloin

The 220g US Prime Cut 100-Days Corn-Fed Sirloin (S$68++) is a cut that everyone can enjoy. It is a mix between the juicy fatty ribeye and meaty tenderloin, with a delicate, marbled texture and a slightly smoky flavour.

We love the green peppercorn sauce with this steak, or just a simple and light sprinkle of salt.

Opus 100 Days Corn-Fed Ribeye

If you love a juicier and more intensely buttery steak, ribeye cuts are always the best. It was unanimous – the 220g US Prime Cut 100-Days Corn-Fed Ribeye (S$88++) was everyone’s favourite at dinner.

The ribeye really needs no additional seasoning. The flavours are so fragrant, especially when they are grilled over a flame. To taste the true goodness of these gorgeous meats, have them on its own. However, if you love a good sauce with your steak, a lighter garlic herb butter sauce makes a perfect pairing.

Opus Tenderloin

Lastly, from the Greater Omaha range is the 220g US Prime Cut 100-Days Corn-Fed Tenderloin (S$78++). This is probably the most tender Tenderloin; most tenderloin cuts leave us chewing forever because they are more often than not tough. It is impressive how the meat was still able to sustain most of its moisture and natural flavour.

Sprinkle some salt, have it with a béarnaise sauce and eat it alongside Opus Bar & Grill’s garlic mashed potato. The mashed potato itself is worth a mention. We never had a more buttery and smooth version that goes so perfectly with the tender meat.

If you do not fancy red meat, which happens when dining in big groups because surely someone doesn’t take beef, that’s when the new items on the menu will be your answer.

Opus Roasted Sakura Chicken

The Roasted Sakura Chicken (S$48++, good for 2 pax) is a beautiful and comforting option; rotisserie chicken always does the trick. The chicken is roasted with rosemary. The seasoning on the skin of the chicken turned out to be wonderfully crispy and fragrant, and the white flesh is succulent and tender.

Opus Sea Bass

What turned out to be the underdog was the Wild Sea Bass (S$36++). We never thought that we would fall in love with a fish dish in a steak restaurant, but this sea bass did just that. With a nice sear skin-side down, you get a good crisp on the side. It sits on top of clams, black mussels, artichokes and vine tomatoes in a very sweet seafood broth.

We were blown away. And we are afraid when we next return to Opus Bar & Grill, this dish of Wild Sea Bass might distract us from the steaks.

Opus Baked Alaska

We ended our dinner on a high note with the Bombe Alaska (S$14), which was on its own a sight to behold. When the flames caught onto the white fluffy meringue, the top layer started burning while the ice cream on the inside remained intact; it was show stopping.

The meringue sits atop cream cheese ice cream and mandarin orange sorbet. The intense creamy ice cream sure balanced out the lighter and more refreshing sorbet well.

Opus Free Flow WIne

Opus Bar & Grill’s popular ‘Steak with Free Flow of Wines‘ dinner special is reintroduced and is happening now from Sunday to Thursday every week. With a purchase of any steak from S$58++ on the regular dinner menu, you get free-flow house wine – pick from red, white and sparkling.

On Fridays and Saturdays, you get 50% off a full bottle with every purchase of a steak.

We’ve never heard of any better steak promotions in town. This is it; dinner dates are set. At OpusBar & Grill, you get the best of both worlds with the U.S. Greater Omaha Prime Grade Steaks and their Australian Steaks selections.

Quote “LICOPUS50” to get 1 FREE dessert at Opus (worth up to $14++) with a minimum spending of $80 on your total bill. Valid for our first 50 readers and limited to 1 redemption per table only.

Opus Bar & Grill
Hilton Singapore
581 Orchard Road, Singapore 238883
For Reservations: 6730 3390 / [email protected]
Website: singapore.hilton.com./opus
Daily: 6.30pm – 10.30pm
Nearest Station: Orchard Road

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