Media Tasting at Josh’s Grill
Situated just outside the busy Liang Seah Street, Josh’s Grill is a new casual dining destination focusing on grilled meats and western fare.
Boasting a seating capacity of over 70 pax, the interior of the restaurant is spacious and the relaxing ambience is perfect for group gatherings (adhering to the social distancing rules of course!).
We started off with these refreshing Brazillian Lemonade and Ice-Lemon Tea. The latter is one of their signature drinks but we note that it’s a little on the sweet side instead of the tangy aftertaste that we were expecting. However, a good accompaniment to wash down the upcoming savoury flavours.
After we ordered our mains, we were served with these complimentary soft bread rolls. We were told that these breads were made in-house and the bread addict in me had to resist asking for additional buns to save stomach space for the upcoming foods.
We got these GIANT onion rings as starters. Real onions were battered and deep-fried. Whilst tasty, we found these onion rings to be rather oily and can be cloying after a few pieces.
For our mains, we got this tenderloin and it was served medium-rare. Every main entitles you to choice of 2 sides and we chose two of their signature sides – mala broccoli and baked potato.
Both were well-executed but we thought that the mala broccoli could do with a little more kick in spice.
Those looking for something not so meat-heavy, you can try their char-grill sea bass with seafood cream sauce. We chose the green mango and pineapple salad and sauté brussels sprouts as accompanying sides. The fish came with crisp skin and firm white flesh, still retaining the fish’s moisture. For S$13.90++, this is something we would be back for!
Do note that the portions here are rather generous so come with an empty stomach!
*Service charge(10%) and GST(7%) applicable.
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