I was still "headachy" when the hubby came home but I still suck it up and went out to dinner with him because he promised good food I won't forget. And I'm such a sucker for good food.
Hubby drove into Grange Road and straight away I knew that we were heading to Dempsey Road. Turns out the hubby's got reservation at The Prime Society.
|The Prime Society: Famous for the upper cut|
The hubby generously ordered a piece of wagyu beef for me and at more than S$60, it was the most expensive piece of steak that I've ever eaten thus far! And mind you, I've eaten a lot of steak. The mushroom truffle with cheese sauce that I chose to go with it was absolutely divine! A must-try if you're choosing sauces for your steak =)
I have to say I really enjoyed the food here!
|Appetiser: Wagyu garlic bread|
The garlic bread was fried with wagyu oil and was the best garlic bread we've ever eaten! Delicious! =)
|Enjoying our dinner in a nice romantic corner|
|Clockwise (from left): Potato wedges; Portebello mushrooms; hubby's ribeye steak with wine sauce|
The potatoes were crunchy and yet soft at the same time while the mushrooms were just tasty enough without being overly salty. Hubby's pasture-fed ribeye was nice too but it definitely can't compare to the wagyu for sure. Nevertheless, he still enjoyed it very much.
Thanks dear for a wonderful meal. You know how much I love beef and western food. This is definitely a must-try for steak enthusiasts for sure =)
A happy birthday to me indeed *grin*
UPDATE: This is no longer the most expensive beef steak we've eaten. Kobe beef on our Hokkaido trip and black angus beef at Equinox are now top of our list.