If you’re looking for a place to pamper your taste buds and indulge in the ultimate mouthgasm, look no further. From now until December 2017, The White Rocket is tying up with Terrazas de los Andes to present to you its latest steak and wine flight.
The first thing you’ll notice at The White Rocket is its posh and classy interior. It oozes the vibes of a great place to sit down, unwind and have a real conversation in good company.
We were totally digging the open concept bar because hey, who doesn’t want to catch the bartenders in action, showing off a trick or two up their sleeves.
Take your time with a cocktail or two to whet your appetite for the main event: A premium cut of beef prepared in the classic Argentinian Asado-style.
The Sirloin with Chimichurri sauce ($25++) features tender Australian grain-fed beef. Paired with fiery herbs and spices as well as a touch of vinegar, you’ll taste the savoury punch penetrates the fatty meat perfectly.
We knew we were about to feast on an ideal piece of steak just by looking at its colour. With the juicy centre of the meat cooked to perfection in that pinkish hue, we couldn’t wait to dig in.
Check out the lightly browned outer layer that was crisply coated with a light char, now, that’s the epitome of a steak done well!
Treat yourself to a glass of Terrazas Reserva Malbec ($14++) or perhaps a bottle ($65++) to go with your steak. Taste the wine with the tip of your tongue and delight in the light floral sweetness with a slightly tart aftertaste.
The natural acidity of this wine will deliver a soothing texture. Even novice wine appreciation wannabes would find this wine easy on the palate.
The Terrazas Reserva Malbec would be a great accompaniment to your steak as the piquant wine would tone down the lingering luscious fattiness of the beef. Honestly, you’d be hard-pressed to find a better combination.
We know, you’re probably all ready to dig into this awesome steak and wine pairing. But hurry and head down for this exclusive opportunity to feast while it’s still on the menu!
Expected damage: $39++ – $90++ per pax