9 Aug 2014 (Sat) On Singapore’s birthday i went to visit Stirling for it’s Morning Glory Breakfast! Nice (;
Stirling was named after Stirling Road, Queenstown, the place where the founder grew up and in memory of his late father, he decided to set up a restaurant to reminisce the good old days. He was in the hedge fund trade and finds the location Cheong Chin Nam Road (directly opposite Bukit Timah Shopping Centre) a good opportunity to do business. #INSPIRATION
I spoke to our dear owner and chefs on the plating, but came to realize, Stirling prefers to be rustic and focus on the palate.
Rustic: plain and simple fashion
The restaurant spends $30 on sawdust charcoal every two days which can hold heat up to an amazing 500 Degree Celsius, whereby normal charcoal could on reach a maximum of 300 Degree Celsius. The Australian grain-fed cows coupled with the sawdust charcoal grilled, gives the steak its tender and juicy taste. #BEST
The fat is indeed crispy!
My friend Lionel was eating with me but he preferred the duck breast. (;
Address: 15 Cheong Chin Nam Road Singapore 599739