Wednesday, January 07, 2009

Lawry's Prime Rib Yorkshire Roll Up

Prime Rib Yorkshire Roll Up

These things may not look attractive, but they sure tasted good. See, Lawry's Singapore was running some "tea time" specials in the afternoon, where S$12 (US$8.30) got you a beverage and a little plate of these things, which were pretty much bits of prime rib and bell peppers rolled up into Yorkshire pudding and then sliced up. There was even some piping hot au jus in there for extra flavor and moisture. Yum - I gobbled these things up in seconds.

What was the catch? Well, it was meant for "tea time," so it was limited to hours like 2:30 - 5 PM or something. Fortunately that worked out well for me today as I was so busy at work that I missed lunch. By the time that I realized that I was hungry, it was late enough in the afternoon that I could catch this special deal. Maybe one day it will be worth taking the late afternoon off just to catch tea time here and then migrating over to Morton's afterwards for those free steak sandwiches during Happy Hour.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Out of concern for animals and new studies showing that the meat industry is a large contributor to global warming, would you be willing to go vegetarian starting for a day per week and increasing from there?

Anonymous said...

mmmm. looks like little shepards pies. Out of concern for the animals, ( OF WHICH I OWN A BUNCH) I would point out new studies show that if the herd is not thined, like around here, the deer and turkeys will rule and we all will starve. quit grumbling about farmers, whilst your mouth and belly is full. No legitimate farmer treates his stock badly, but I like some meat in my diet, and will not be told what too do. What is next - eggs?.

Anonymous said...

Sorry for the rant. We do not eat nor support those that eat fois gras or veal. Every thing is free range, Don't lump us all in the same boat.

francis said...

Looks real good...

the steak in the link is really great

Pete said...

Oh yummy - I love a good steak, and I simply can't resist Yorkshire pudding. This is like my dream come true!! Thanks for bringing this to our attention.

Dee said...

hey! i'm a filipino bound for singapore in a couple of weeks for a vacation. i chanced upon your blog while researching for my food tripping there. would you mind working an itinerary for me? let me know where i can email you so i can give you more details. thanks a lot!!! :)