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Stonegrill Reloaded….

Posted in food,Johor Bahru,malaysia by chrisau on November 4, 2008

Yeap, I visited Stonegrill in JB’s Tebrau City again and this time round, I had sirloin steak. Though I blogged about this makan place before, I can’t resist to post the below pictures again cos it looks so yummy and appetising to me.


FYI, Stonegrill is a restaurant which offered steaks like chicken chop, fish and chips and sirloin steak on a high temperature burning stone. It was serve raw but marinated with sauce and ingredients. All you needed to do was to wait for it to be cooked and dipped it onto the black pepper sauce. (*cough…i got a sore throat now*)


Here’s a closer view of the ‘cooking in-progress’ sirloin steak.

In JB, Stonegrill restaurant can be found at level 3 in Jusco Tebrau City, level 3 in Pelangi Plaza and basement 1,City Square.


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  1. claire said,

    wei..so rare… why didnt u take a pic of it when it was cooked and one when u put it into your mouth…

    i dont like sirloin..but my boys love that very much…

    how much was that piece?

  2. chrisau said,

    it was around Rm23.
    erm…. i was too busy putting it in my mouth and surely, make a mess of the steak, better don’t take the pics.

  3. yanz said,

    ooo… looks like a juicy piece of steak.
    I’ve tried Stonegrill before though, and found it abit too much work for my liking, hehe… i’m lazy, i like my food cooked and served ready before me *blush*

  4. chrisau said,

    hi yanz…. well, actually the wait is not long especially for sirloin steak. It may take a while for chicken chop. Anyway, it’s always delicious to have others nicely cooked it for you.

  5. eugene said,

    my wife is from JB, i will pester her to take me to the place you mentioned during our next holiday there, we have one stonegrilled restaurant here, not so famous la, dont know why,,,,

    hey you take care now and have a great day ahead and the remaining days of the week, ya?

  6. chrisau said,

    sure eugene. You take care too and have a great week! Thanks for commenting. Will add you in my blogroll.

  7. Gallivanter said,

    That looks mouthwatering!! 😉

  8. cleffairy said,

    I H.A.T.E. you! Sobs…. now my stomach is screaming for a steak…. *sigh* Eh, what was the herbs that they use anyway, Chris? Looks nice!

  9. Definitely an interesting concept. Would like to try

  10. chrisau said,

    Thanks for visiting Gallivanter.

    Cleffairy – eh, didn’t i warn you before? haha..Not sure what herbs they used, maybe I check next time.

    BF: yeap, go and try if you happens to come across one in KL or JB.

  11. kikey said,

    oh.. i dun eat beef.. :p

  12. chrisau said,

    kikey ..issit? Anyway, compare to pork, i preferred beef as it’s ‘cleaner’. At least cows don’t eat all sorta stuffs…. 🙂

  13. Pureglutton said,

    That looks like a huge piece of meat! Isn’t it hot to have the grill cooker on the table?! Something like steamboat eh – the heat, i mean!

  14. chrisau said,

    Hi Pureglutton – yes, it’s hot but that place is air-conditioned, so not too bad, though you don’t feel the air is much cooler anyway. Sort of like steamboat, if you order the mee hoon soup, it will cooked under the stone too. Anyway, after a while, the stone will cool down…

  15. amy said,

    Claire was right but you made your point Chrisau hehehe… by the sight of it, I can smell the sirloin steak already and can imagine that it was cooked so juicy and the spices contibutes the yummy taste…hungry now…LOL

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