Steer is a New York style Steak house. They are very serious about their steak. You can tell they are when the waiter introduces you to their range of steak on a meat board. It displays all their quality steaks for you to see to help you decide what to order.
The service is great and the waiters are friendly and attentative. The restaurant is dimly lit and gives off a trendy atmosphere. You can eat a meal or just sit at the bar for a drink or two. Hubby and I were there to eat. And eat, we did.
Hubby and I started off with entrée.
I had Truffled Reuben Sandwich. It consisted of a wagyu brisket, tuffled cabbage and Swiss cheese. The earthy aroma of the truffle was lovely. I couldn’t get enough of it. Two pieces were not enough. This only made me more hungry.
Hubby had BBQ lamb ribs with pomegranate molasses, sesame seeds and tahini yoghurt. It was sweet and tart and full of flavour. I think the size was too big for an entrée. It definitely wasn’t light but boy, was it tasty.
We also shared the House Smoked Bacon. It was the best bacon we have ever had. It was topped with house made BBQ sauce. The smokiness was just right and not too over powering that the meaty bacon can still be tasted. Fantastic.
There were lots of sides to chose from. We couldn’t go pass the onion rings and the steak fries. We love brussel sprouts and since they are in season at the moment, we ordered roasted brussel sprouts with jamon.
Hubby had the chocolate bourbon fondant with pecan praline ice cream. The fondant was rich and gooey but the best part of the dish for me, was the ice cream. It was creamy and the flavour of the praline stood out.
Hubby and I will definitley return for another steak dinner. There are many chose from and I wouldn’t mind eating my way through the list.
Steer Bar and Grill
641 Chapel Street,
(03) 9040 1188