Daniel Ong is opening a new Korean-influenced Steakhouse, Dan’s Steaks, at Serangoon Gardens in Mid April 2021. It will be a small and cosy space which can seat around 30 pax.
Dan’s Steaks is a steakhouse with a slight Korean twang and it will offer 8 free banchan (Korean side dishes) just like the usual Korean restaurants. Daniel Ong will be cooking and serving himself and they are aiming to serve 20-30 steaks a day.
For those of you who follow Daniel on Instagram, Dan’s Steaks is actually not a new concept. It first started as a home-based business in May 2020 during the Circuit Breaker period.
Here are the dishes that you can look forward to at Dan’s Steaks
- Grass-fed Steaks from S$28
- Wagyu/USDA from S$58
- Other mains from S$18
- Large format steak cuts (1-1.4kg) from S$118
- 12 sides at S$8 including fries, garlic mash, kimchi and namul, male and nuts, cream spinach with a fried egg on top, Honey balsamic tomatoes
- Cocktails, fresh fruit soju, vintage wines.
Photos credit: Dan’s Steaks
There will be around 20 different types of banchan that are made in-house—including kimchi, spicy tteokbokki (Korean rice cakes), and Daniel’s mum’s speciality, braised black beans—on a rotational basis.
Dan’s Steaks served only big format cuts (think 1kg tenderloin, 1.2kg bone-in ribeye, striploin) when they first started selling steaks online, but the new Dan’s Steaks at Serangoon Gardens will also have a range of 250g – 350g grass-fed steaks, wagyu steaks, USDA Prime steaks.
For people who don’t eat beef, there are other options such as grilled lamb, miso salmon, and Korean chicken.
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