The Chateaubriand is not just a cut of meat; it’s a love story dating back to the 19th century.

Chef Montmirail invented the special dish in 1822 as personal chef of French writer and politician Francois René Vicomte de Chateaubriand and his mistress Madame Récamier, who was sought after by Napoleon and widely regarded as the most beautiful woman of her time.

Now more than 200 years later, the great love story lives on in Prime Restaurant with the Chateaubriand remaining our signature dish, regarded by many as the king of cuts.

Our version of the Chateaubriand is the centre cut of the tenderloin, served with fondant potatoes, a fondue of eschallot, bone marrow and sauce bordelaise for two. You can choose from Angus-Hereford Yearling, Wagyu-Holstein Cross or Full Blood Wagyu 9+ fillet.

To complement the dining experience, Prime’s underground sandstone dining room is adorned with curtained arches, dim lighting, spacious tables, leather seats and oversized wine glasses to go with the oversized wine list comprising over 350 wines.

As it is a thick and juicy cut, it is recommended for people who like their steak rare or medium rare. For those who prefer a steak to share that can be cooked through, why not try our 1.5kg Tomahawk steak.

Book now for an unforgettable dinner for two at Prime Restaurant. You can also tailor your evening into an amazing experience within minutes using our online Restaurant Butler service when you make your booking.