TBone Steakhouse and Cafe

This cozy eatery exudes a casual and laidback vibe. The seating is limited to the exterior part of the restaurant as most of the inside space is taken up by the kitchen. Meat lovers will dig the menu, which runs the gamut from a whopping 520 gram TBone Wagyu steak to the classic beef burger and humble steak Guinness and cheese pie. We started off with mushroom soup ($8), a surprisingly delicious blend of cream, cheese and mushrooms that we lapped up hungrily. Next was the Black Angus Australian tenderloin steak ($38) and mussels in white wine and cream sauce ($20). The steak came with a side of thickly-cut chips and a side of vegetables. The meat was done just the way we ordered it, with the surface perfectly seared and the tender meat just melting in our mouths. The mussels were gobsmackingly delicious too. We ended the night with a chocolate fondant special ($10)—a freshly baked lava cake filled with sinful chocolate and a side of chocolate ice‑cream. All in all, we had a pretty good dining experience here and would definitely come back for more.