The Great Steak Escape – which takes place from 28 June to 25 July 2021 – will see 21 participating restaurants across Singapore celebrate the wonders of Australian beef.

If you’re a big fan of great steak, you’re in luck this coming month. Meat & Livestock Australia is organising The Great Steak Escape, a campaign that will see a gaggle – herd? – of participating restaurants across Singapore highlight Australian beef on their menus for a limited time.

From 28 June to 25 July 2021, 21 restaurants will showcase different provenance and cuts of top quality Australian beef that will be turned into a wide variety of global cuisines using varied cooking methods. Participating venues include the likes of Michelin-starred Burnt Ends, Kinki Restaurant + Bar, Meatsmith, award-winning Cantonese restaurant Golden Peony, casual steakhouse The Feather Blade, Grand Hyatt’s Mezza9, and urban microbrewery restaurant LeVeL33.

As part of The Great Steak Escape, modern Australian barbecue restaurant Burnt Ends will showcase its special Steak Sando, while Conrad Centennial’s Golden Peony is offering an Asian twist with their Pan Seared Beef in Red Wine Sauce.

On the menu over at modern Japanese gastrobar Kinki Restaurant + Bar for the period will be Wagyu Garlic Teppanyaki; American barbecue specialists Meatsmith will bring out a wood-fire grilled 100% King Island Grass Fed Striploin across all three of its outlets. Over at Mezza9 steak lovers will surely salivate over the New South Wales Sangus beef 1kg Porterhouse char-grilled over Jarrah wood, or they may opt for some top-grade Australian flat iron at The Feather Blade that’s turned into The Feather Blade Gyudon with Scallops or The Feather Blade Burger.

“The Great Escape invites consumers to indulge in Australian beef and its great benefits and flavour profile. But, more importantly, we want to showcase the fantastic partners we work with at MLA. It has been a trying time for the food & beverage industry, and we want to support them by encouraging diners to get back out to venues,” said Valeska, Regional Manager, Southeast Asia for Meat & Livestock Australia.

So while we aren’t able to travel to Australia to sample great Aussie produce any time soon, we can certainly can console ourselves with a taste of some fabulous beef from Down Under at The Great Steak Escape.

To find out more about The Great Steak Escape and what the 21 participating restaurants are offering, visit

The Great Steak Escape Map

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