The Rib King won me over with the sweet & sour barbecue rub on it. It was so tender that it fell right off the bone with every bite and I just couldn’t stop at one, in fact, I probably had half the bowl. I loved the sweetness of it and it was just so pleasant to eat. New on the menu, you have to give this chef recommendation (and my recommendation too) a try.
I went to Thailand recently and having this Moo Ping (Barbeque Pork Skewer) reminded me of the one I had along the streets. The chef who made this dish is actually Thai which makes it even more authentic. The 3 skewers of pork were both sweet and savoury and it came with a chef’s special Thai chilli that everyone felt was the best dip ever.
Heat: 5/5 (from chilli sauce)
If you still remember about the North Korea–United States Summit, this burger was made to commemorate this occasion. This dish was put together with a Korean classic side, kimchi, and an American classic burger. The Cowboy Kimchi Burger had a well-seasoned juicy beef patty, spicy kimchi, cheddar cheese, tomatoes, caramelised onions and lettuce sandwiched between 2 toasted buns. The kimchi was too spicy for me but those kimchi lovers, you guys might really dig this.
The Butcher’s Burger would be the burger I go back again and again for. Also made with the same beef patty, but with strips of bacon and a sunny side up egg – it was just so comforting. Did I mention that their fat fries are like the best thing ever? So potato- y and well-seasoned, I would never leave any leftovers.
A hot favourite & The Butcher’s signature dish, the Porky Aglio Olio features spaghetti tossed in Thai chilli padi sauce and thinly sliced Thai-style pork collar. Although it was too spicy for me, it was so fragrant and a definite must-try for the spicy food addicts.
Mozzarella cheese-stuffed chicken breast with bacon wrap is like a dream come true for me. There were so many components to look out for when making the Oozy Cheesy Chicken like making sure the cheese inside is hot and stretchy without overcooking the chicken. Though the potatoes were a little underwhelming, the dish as a whole was really an impressive one. Price: $23.80
Be spoiled for choice here at The Butcher’s Kitchen. Dine in or take away some gelato which has 20% less fat. From left to right, the flavours we got to try were the Cookies & Cream, Black Sesame, and Pistachio. The cookies and cream was pretty standard, the black sesame was a little jelat after awhile and the pistachio was just the best flavour out of the rest. They even had an Avocado flavoured gelato!
Price: $5.80 (cup), $6.80 (cone)
Taste: 4/5, 3/5, 5/5 (from left to right)
Suntec City Towers 1 & 2
North Wing, Level 2 #02-472
Monday to Sunday, 10am to 10pm