LEARNING ABOUT DIFFERENT CUTS OF BEEF | Eatbook Vlogs | EP 77 – Singapore Video

In this episode, Nicholas and Jereld try out different cuts of beef from two famous restaurants in Singapore! From beek cheeks to prime rib, here are some of the many’s favourites that you should try and understand more about!

1. La Brasserie
80 Collyer Quay, The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore, Singapore 049326
– 15% off À LA CARTE Food Items

2. Lawry’s The Prime Rib Singapore
333A Orchard Road, #04-01/31, Mandarin Gallery, Singapore 238897
– 20% off À LA CARTE Food Items

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Featuring (in order of appearance):
Jereld Ang – https://www.instagram.com/jereld.ang/
Nicholas Yeam – https://www.instagram.com/nicholasyeam/

Filmed By:
Maverick Chua – https://www.instagram.com/mavcly/
Koh Hui Qing – https://www.instagram.com/chingqingbear/

Edited By:
Koh Hui Qing – https://www.instagram.com/chingqingbear/

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16 Comments - Write a Comment

  1. Ugh i dun enjoy the bloody taste of beef

  2. Around 2yrs+ ago…. the lawry's cut cost around S$70+… Spore inflation is terrible

  3. They remind me of Steven and Andrew from buzzfeed worth it?

  4. Pinot Noir? Peeenooooo Noirrrrr! Au revoir

  5. one of la brasserie's signature is…………. truffle fries? hm

  6. All I'm looking at is…

    Though I can't eat beef ? also happy deepavali/Diwali to the person scrolling through comments!

  7. jereld needs to be more camera-conscious! dont look down while nic is talking because the camera captures it all and its quite distracting for viewers(they'll wonder what you're looking at), but good job nonetheless 🙂

  8. jereld didn't seem very comfortable throughout the video, wonder why. also feel like this video was titled oddly, there was very minimal info about the different cuts of beef, and even a lobster dish. just call it 'experiencing 2 fancy restaurants' or something.


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