This restaurant is closed down
Occupying a historic shophouse in the heritage conservation area of Tanjong Pagar, next to Chinatown, this contemporary Australian restobar serves some fabulous steaks, grilled meats and seafood in a very nice surrounding...
Named after Uluru (Ayers Rock), Australia's iconic sandstone monolith, the restaurant's main draw are its no-nonsense, top quality steaks and grilled meats, although the menu features many other pleasant surprises you might want to consider...
Quite expectedly, the restaurant is decked out like a rustic Australian outback cabin... with plenty of wood, and there is also an outdoor area, for those who want to dine 'alfresco'.
Prices are a bit on the high side: A nice a-la-carte dinner can range from SG$ 60 to SG$ 100 or more (if you order one of the steaks)
Open daily (except Sunday) for lunch and dinner. On Saturdays and Sundays brunch is served between 10am and 2pm
40 Duxton Hill, Tanjong Pagar (next to Chinatown) 6223 3654