Bistecca Tuscan Steakhouse at Mohamed Sultan Road Singapore

Bistecca Tuscan Steakhouse is housed in a 2-storey bungalow, perched on the fringe of Mohamed Sultan Road. While the restaurant itself is pretty new, a seasoned hand helms the kitchen; Chef Francesco Mansani hails from Italy with years of experience.

Bistecca Tuscan Steakhouse at Mohamed Sultan Road Singapore

The restaurant interior is styled like a modern Tuscan villa that complements its Tuscany offerings.

Bistecca Tuscan Steakhouse at Mohamed Sultan Road Singapore

Various types of seating options – alfresco, balcony, indoor, bar and seats offering a clear view of the open kitchen – will give you a variety of what you would like your dining experience to transpire.

Bistecca Tuscan Steakhouse at Mohamed Sultan Road Singapore

Comfortable posh leathery seats and dark wood tables are nicely spaced out. Three private dining rooms are available for special events or private parties.

Bistecca Tuscan Steakhouse at Mohamed Sultan Road Singapore

A glass-encased wine cellar holds an extensive selection of wines to complement delectable offerings on the menu. Suggested wine pairing for each dish will further enhance your dining experience.

Foccacia
Foccacia


Munch on crusty, warm foccacia while waiting for the starters to arrive.

Antipasti

Tuna tartare with red onion, capers and rocket zest and almond dressing

Tuna tartare with red onion, capers and rocket zest and almond dressing
S$24++

The tuna tartare is worth a try. The peppery nuances will mask any fishy stench (though I doubt there’s any in the first place) and is a delight to savour; the smooth textures of the fish is well complemented by an unconventional dressing. What goes into the mouth is just as appealing as the beautiful presentation.

Toasted home-made Tuscan country bread brushed with garlic, topped with crushed tomato and creamy burrata, finished with basil oil and a pinch of sea salt

Toasted home-made Tuscan country bread brushed with garlic, topped with crushed tomato and creamy burrata, finished with basil oil and a pinch of sea salt
S$18++

The burrata (a fresh Italian cheese) is made from mozzarella and cream; it is light, smooth and creamy and makes the perfect topping on fragrant toast with juicy tomatoes in between.

Pan-fried polenta wedges stuffed with blue cheese, stewed onion and sundried organic heirloom tomatoes

Pan-fried polenta wedges stuffed with blue cheese, stewed onion and sundried organic heirloom tomatoes
S$20++

This dish is highly recommended! Sandwiched between polenta wedges – crisp, toasty and melts in the mouth – are blue cheese, stewed onion and sun-dried organic heirloom tomatoes. The blue cheese isn’t overwhelmingly pungent and will be well accepted by most.

Home-made tortellini filled with hearty veal ossobucco in gremolata sauce

Home-made tortellini filled with veal ossobucco in gremolata sauce
S$25++

The home-made tortellini is filled with hearty veal ossobucco that is braised in white wine and broth, and finished in a gremolata sauce, made of chopped herbs, lemon zest, garlic and parsley. The full-flavoured veal is tender and toothsome. klgirls.net kl escort

Home-made tortellini filled with Bistecca's aged premium beef and mortadella in a light cream of pea and house made pancetta sauce


Home-made tortellini filled with Bistecca’s aged premium beef and mortadella in a light cream of pea and house made pancetta sauce
S$25++

Another tortellini option is Bistecca’s aged premium beef and mortadella-filled tortellini, well coated in a light cream of pea and house-made pancetta sauce that is equally gratifying.

Spinach and ricotta ravioli, in a rich and tasty asiago cheese sauce, topped with fried sage

“Nude” spinach and ricotta ravioli, in a rich and tasty asiago cheese sauce, topped with fried sage
S$22++

If you’re lowering your carbohydrate intake, the “nude” (without pasta) spinach and ricotta ravioli will satisfy. The spinach and ricotta cheese pair beautifully together, creating a nice balance of flavours and richness.

The fried sage scattered atop the precious morsels is the cherry on top of the cake. A nice touch to add crunchy textures and a surprising element to an already-good dish!

Side dishes

Side dishes

A wide selection of side dishes is available, for which you can order a few different items to share.

Creamed spinach

Creamed spinach
S$14++

The unassuming creamed spinach will entice even the non-veggie eaters. However, the price (S$14++) for a small portion may seem a tad extravagant.

Rustic brussels sprouts with cured pork belly and sage

Rustic brussels sprouts with cured pork belly and sage
S$13++

The brussels sprouts give a crunchy texture and a slight bitter taste. Avoid this unless you’re a devout vegetable fan.


Char-grilled green asparagus with a touch of lemon oil

Char-grilled green asparagus with a touch of lemon oil
S$14++

The char-grilled green asparagus boasts a touch of smoky flavour and fragrance of lemon oil, finished with a sprinkle of salt crystals. Simple but sublime.

Hand-cut spring potatoes, doubled fried in duck fat, with herbs

Hand-cut spring potatoes, doubled fried in duck fat, with herbs
S$10++

The hand-cut spring potatoes boast a crispy exterior, but my enthusiasm stops here. The lack of a fluffy interior and moisture subtract devouring pleasures.

Silky potato mash

Silky potato mash
S$10++

The silky potato mash is highly recommended. Order individual portions for everyone at the table, because no one will be willing to share. It is as silky as it is utterly comforting. Smooth textures aside, this potato mash boasts a very special ingredient – sambuca, a strong-smelling Italian anise-based liqueur. You can’t taste or smell it when you’re eating it, but it sure enhances the flavours of the dish.

Mixed country mushrooms sautéed with garlic and thyme

Mixed country mushrooms sautéed with garlic and thyme
S$12++

For those who prefer mushrooms that are moist and juicy, the mixed country mushrooms will probably catch you off guard. This dehydrated version packs a punch, although the texture may not please everyone.

Steaks

With ultra premium beef sourced from Australia, Bistecca uses a Wagyu-cross that is organic fed, thus yielding exceptionally fine texture and a relatively high marble score, though not so high that the beef will melt. The meat is dry-aged to intensify the flavour, and cooked over a wood-fired grill the traditional Tuscan way.

T-bone steak


Fiorentina (1 – 1.2kg t-bone), marble score 6 (serves 2 to 3)
S$178++

Steaks are charcoal-grilled, then seasoned with salt and pepper, thus the natural nuances of beef are allowed to shine. The thick cuts of steak provide beefy gnawing pleasures that will please carnivores.

Rib-eye steak

Costata (1 – 1.2kg bone-in rib eye), marble score 6 (serves 2 to 3)
S$178++

Individual cuts are priced at S$48 for a 400g prime rump and S$58 for a 150g-tenderloin fillet.

Steak sauces

If you need a sauce for your steak, there are four available – salsa verde, garlic mayonnaise, grain mustard, Dijon mustard, Porcini mushroom and red pepper tomato compote – for your pick, priced at S$4 each. The red pepper tomato compote is the most popular at our dinner party.

Desserts

Martini of strawberry coulis, ricotta and banana cream topped with bitter chocolate chips 70%

Martini of strawberry coulis, ricotta and banana cream topped with bitter chocolate chips 70%
S$12++

If you like banana and cheese, this unique dessert will leave an impression. The strawberry at the bottom-most layer is slightly tart and may not please those with a sweet tooth. The creamy textures are wonderfully comforting to dig into, till you’re ready to lick the glass clean!

Tiramisu served with coffee custard

Tiramisu served with coffee custard
S$12++

The tiramisu is not too sweet. It is moist, soft and light, and will make the perfect dessert to end a heavy meal with. The accompanying coffee custard served separately lets you decide the level of richness you want for your dessert.

Pistachio gelato

Home-made pistachio gelato
S$6++ per scoop

Gelati, made in-house, turn out to be of the perfectly smooth and creamy consistency. The pistachio gelato is light on the palate and not too sweet.

Hazelnut gelato

Home-made hazelnut gelato
S$6++ per scoop

The hazelnut gelato will appeal to those with a sweet tooth; it is a lighter and less chocolaty version of Nutella.

Steak perfection starts with superior meat and proper execution. Bistecca certainly proves its ability not only in steaks but also in their pastas, sides and dessert. This place can be a pit stop for those in search of good food, wine and ambience.

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Bistecca Tuscan Steakhouse
25 Mohamed Sultan Road
Singapore 238969
Tel: +65 6735 6739 | Website

Opening hours:
Tue – Fri: 12noon – 2pm, 6pm – 11pm
Sat: 11am – 4pm, 6pm – 11pm
Sun: 11am – 4pm
Free valet parking from Tuesday to Saturday from 5:30pm
(Closed on Mondays)