From its beginnings as the epicurean brainchild of a dedicated meat lover, Boeuf, the renowned Telok Ayer steakhouse in Singapore, has consistently delighted patrons with an array of quality beef offerings. As it continues its mission to offer value-for-money, beef-centric menus, Boeuf is set to introduce a four-course Wagyu-centric set menu from 1st June to 31st July 2023. Available for $99++ for two diners on weekdays, this exquisite menu showcases two distinct Wagyu cuts in a steak and a bourguignon, promising an unrivalled gastronomic experience.
The culinary journey at Boeuf begins with their signature Burratina Di Puglia – creamy burratina served with juicy roasted cherry tomatoes and house-made crisp chutney crostini, sprinkled with toasted pine nuts and drizzled with a truffle balsamic reduction. The appetizer paves the way for the Wagyu Beef Bourguignon, a luscious dish featuring thick chunks of melt-in-your-mouth Australian Wagyu Beef Cheek with a marbling score of six, accompanied by a hearty serving of carrots and Swiss brown mushrooms in a rich red wine sauce. A smooth potato puree and baguette toast perfectly complement this classic French stew’s rich, robust flavours.
The culinary highlight is the Australian Stockyard F1 Wagyu Picanha steak. Boeuf’s expert chefs torch the sirloin cap to a marbling score of six, adding roasted garlic and burned rosemary to impart a smokey depth to the flavorful steak. For those craving an even more premium cut, Boeuf offers Japanese Wagyu options: the lean and subtly delicious Japanese Iwate F1 Wagyu Sirloin ($39++ supplement), or the prestigious Japanese Miyazaki A5 Wagyu Sirloin ($69++ supplement) renowned for its exceptional marbling and rich flavour palette. All steaks come with sautéed greens, celeriac puree, and Kampot Pepper Jus for an unmatched gastronomic experience.
The exquisite dining experience culminates in Boeuf’s classic French Dessert Platter, featuring a creamy Crème Brûlée juxtaposed with crunchy caramelised sugar, dark chocolate mini brownies, and assorted macarons with soft, nougat-like fillings.
Boeuf’s Secret Wine List: A Perfect Companion to the Wagyu Feast
With the purchase of the Four-Course Wagyu Special Set, diners gain exclusive access to Boeuf’s Secret Wine List. As Goethe aptly put it, “Life is too short to drink bad wine,” Boeuf echoes this sentiment, offering a selection of wines rated above 90 points by renowned wine critics including Robert Parker Wine Advocate (RP). This coveted list includes distinctive choices like the NV Champagne Hure Freres ‘Memoire’ Solera from Champagne, France, rated 92 points, and the elegant 96-point 2016 Mount Mary Chardonnay from Yarra Valley, Australia, among others.
Boeuf’s exceptional four-course wagyu feast offers a combination of flavorful meat cuts and exquisite wines, promising a memorable dining experience. Boeuf’s dedication to quality is reflected in the careful selection of meats sourced seasonally from Wales, Scotland, Argentina, Australia, and Japan