Dallas Restaurant and Bar: Free-Flow Prime Rib For S$45++ At Suntec City Sky Garden

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A restaurant that boasts a city view, Dallas Restaurant and Bar at Suntec City Garden prides itself on serving Tex-Mex (Texan and Mexican fusion) cuisine with hints of Asian influence.

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Sit down for a nice dinner with family or get drinks with friends to enjoy the ambience and the extensive menu that Dallas has to offer.

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The restaurant has partitions to close off a part of the restaurant, making it perfect for private gatherings. With its sound system and projector, you can even host large scale functions like corporate events and weddings!

What’s having a lovely ambience without great food.

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The hallmark of the restaurant, the Prime Rib Steak, 250g ($40) is served with Dallas fries and a choice of salad or seasonal vegetables. An Alto-Shamm (Cook and Hold) oven is used to roast the prime rib for a minimum of 15 hours and the steak is finished on the grill to maximise its juiciness.

Resulting in incredibly tender and juicy meat, a testament to the effectiveness of the restaurant’s cooking method. I’m a fan of having my steak without sauce, but if you must the Wild Mushroom Sauce, with its earthy undertones, is a perfect complement to the steak.

Only available on weekends, the Free Flow Prime Rib Steak ($45++) Promotion is served with a free flow of fries and coleslaw. The initial steak served will be a 250g portion (as pictured), however refills are served in 125g portions of sliced prime rib.

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For light bar snacks that pack a punch in flavour, consider the tacos. The Slow Cooked Beef Brisket Tacos ($6 for one, $17 for three) embodies the Tex-Mex style of the restaurant.

With tender brisket and a refreshing salsa, this taco goes perfect with a drink or two.

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For a more local flavour, try the Crisp Pork Belly Tacos ($5 for one, $14 for three). The crispy crackling goes well with the tart pickled red onions and spicy fresh jalapeno, which cut through the fattiness of the pork.

The Snapper Fish Tacos ($6 for one, $17 for three)  have a tropical flavour with a sweet and tangy pineapple salsa nestled atop a piece of fried snapper. The trio of tacos are surprisingly light and flavourful, which leaves you craving for more.

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If you want something more substantial, try The Dallas Platter ($28) which serves two. If you have a larger party, a larger portion serving four is available at $48.

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The Dallas Wings are smoky with a pronounced char-grilled flavour, and served with their signature Devil sauce. But fret not, contrary to its name, it is a tangy tomato-based sauce that lends its acidity well to the wings.

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The Chicken Tikka Skewers are boneless morsels of chicken marinated in spices. Paired together with the coriander-mint sauce, this contemporary take on a traditional Indian dish is both flavourful and hearty.

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The stack of the Salt and Pepper Calamari are perfectly golden, with a light and crisp batter. The calamari comes out well-cooked, tender and not chewy. The sweet chilli mayo provided a creamy and sweet element to the calamari, creating a good balance of flavours.

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The Avocado Chicken Parmigiana ($24) is an entire chicken breast butterflied, lightly breaded and fried. Dallas takes a spin on tradition by adding slices of avocado, which provide a creamy element to the dish.

The chicken is crispy from the panko breading, and the generous amount of melted mozzarella adds a richness to the dish. The pasta sauce is slightly acidic, making the dish less heavy.

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To end the meal, order the Homemade Apple Pie ($12). The addition of raisins in the pie results in a sweet and tangy flavour against the butteriness of the crust. While the natural sweetness of the apples shone through, I felt that it could have been more aggressively spiced.

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If you are in the mood for something more decadent, try the Warm Chocolate Brownie ($12). The brownie itself is chewy and fudgey, and comes doused in chocolate sauce, adding to the richness of the dessert. A definite must try for chocolate lovers!

The vanilla ice cream, which both desserts are served with, is speckled with vanilla bean and is smooth to taste. Additionally, it is not too sweet, making it a good accompaniment to the desserts.

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Dallas Restaurant and Bar features an extensive menu with something for everyone and is perfect for any occasion. So visit the restaurant today to bask in all that Dallas has to offer.

Additionally, visit their website for other upcoming promotions!

Expected Damage: $30 – $60 per pax

Dallas Restaurant and Bar: 3 Temasek Boulevard 03-302/303 Suntec City Sky Garden Singapore 038983  (Suntec Tower 5)|Opening hours: (Mon – Wed) 11.30am – 12.00am (Thu – Fri) 11.30am – 1.00am (Sat, Sun & PH) 11.30am – 12.00am| Tel: +65 6333 4068|Website