Hot Stones

Gourmets from around the world flock to Singapore to experience the endless delights which are to be found in its many restaurants. The country has earned a widespread reputation for its fine dining, as well as a reputation for owning just about every type of sophisticated and ethnic food. All considered, it is a country which seems to have it all in terms of supplying the demands of both the most whimsical and demanding palates.

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Now Hot Stones Steak and Seafood Restaurant has gone that little bit further to tempt and delight the tastebuds of those who thought they had experienced it all. The secret to Hot Stones’ success is not only to source and keep under the best conditions the best ingredients from around the world, but to prepare them on serpentine slabs of volcanic rock. The idea is simple enough, though one which is rarely attempted since it requires a great deal of know-how to bring out the flavours of the world’s finest meats and salty delicacies from the sea. These magical slabs allow the fine ingredients to be sealed in a unique way and so retain their inherent juiciness which, in turn, allows the flavours of each individual morsel to come out at their absolute best. Those who have already experienced a meal at Hot Stones will know that the flavours and textures which result from this special method of cooking are nothing less than astounding.

Although the excited diner will want to sample their preferred delicacy as soon as possible, there is more to be enjoyed at Hot Stones than simply digging in. Being located at Clarke Quay, with spectacular position along the Singapore River, this is not only an eatery which relies on its superior cuisine, but one which hopes to give diners the best of everything that goes into a special meal. With indoor and outdoor seating, there is something for the relaxed meal between friends, just as there is a spot for a more formal or romantic meal in the warm glow of the interior.

Friendly, knowledgeable staff will greet you and make you feel welcome. Once seated, perhaps with one of the inspired cocktails to whet your appetite for a meal of sheer delight, you’ll then be able to consider the marvellous menu. The menu reads like a treasure trove for those who love the finest meats and seafood. From the remarkable beef selection, which includes Premium Wagyu Beef Cuts and Angus and Australian Beef Cuts, to the succulent moreishness of the famed Kurobuta Pork, those with a desire for perfectly sealed and seared flesh will have just the thing to make their meal a memorable one. The seafood lover will be equally delighted to find such marvels as Salmon Fillet, Slipper Lobster, US Scallops and King Prawns, to name only a few of the options. Those who can’t decide might opt for one of the Seafood Platters, and you may even be willing to share a bit of it.

Of course, on the menu are not only dishes which are prepared using the miraculous volcanic stone slabs, but a host of tasty side dishes, appetizers, soups, salads, pastas and a selection of mouth-watering desserts and gelato to round off a meal of ultimate indulgence.

Don’t forget to give the exceptional drinks list a worthy gander. It boasts a range of delightful wines, many from Australia and New Zealand’s most exciting vintners, as well as all sorts of inspired cocktails. Those who want to give the Wagyu Beef its true dues, might enjoy it with a glass or three of premium sake.

Opening Hrs:

Monday to Thursday

Lunch: 12noon – 3pm
Dinner: 6pm – 11pm (10:30pm last order)

Friday

Lunch: 12noon – 3pm
Dinner: 6pm – 2am (1:30am last order)

Saturday

Lunch: closed
Dinner: 6pm – 2am (1:30am last order)

Sunday Lunch: closed
Dinner: 6pm – 11pm (10:30pm last order)

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