Hot! The Butcher’s Kitchen Unveils New Dishes Inspired by International Flavours

CONTENT: Yiew Kai Jie
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A subsidiary of The Butcher, The Butcher’s Kitchen is a casual western restaurant that serves up gourmet meals made with premium-quality ingredients! Launched in conjunction with The Butcher’s 15th year anniversary, the restaurant has come up with several new dishes that were inspired by international cuisines that are made with premium quality meats that are antibiotic and hormone-growth free.

Bulgogi Dog

To start off the meal, opt for the Moo Ping (S$12.80) pork skewers. These Thai-style pork skewers are covered with a delicious sauce that gives it a slightly sweet finish. Dip the meat into the special homemade Thai Chilli sauce for a spicer kick! Customers who are looking for alternative protein starters instead of pork, be whisked away to Korea with their new Bulgogi Dog (S$8.80). The beef slices are first marinated with a secret combination of ingredients, stir-fried then housed in a homemade bun that tempers its piquant flavour. The only issue with this dish that it could be a little messy to eat, so get those napkins ready on standby to prevent any stains from splattering on that white shirt.

Kimchi Burger

Supposedly inspired by a recent peace summit that took place in Singapore, the Cowboy Kimchi Burger (S$18.80) features US Black Angus Beef patty together with fresh kimchi, onions, tomatoes, romaine lettuce alongside a generous portion of crisp cut fries. The kimchi provides a nice change of pace from the normal boring layer of lettuce in the burger and pairs nicely with the Angus Beef with its slight acidic taste that helps to balance the harshness from the protein.

Oozy Chicken

Cut into the Oozy Cheesy Chicken (S$23.80) and wait for the cheesy goodness to flow out from the inside of the bacon wrapped chicken! The chicken was not overly dry, it was well seasoned, tender and a perfect combination with their homemade mashed potato.

Porky Aglio Olio

Another interesting rendition, the Porky Aglio Olio (S$15.80) is made with olive oil, garlic and Thai Chilli padi topped off with generous portions of sliced roasted pork. A must-order dish on the menu, this thai rendition of a classic italian dish worked brilliantly to suit local palates. The noodles were cooked to an al dente texture and were nicely coated in the thai chilli padi mixture that ensured that the noodles were thoroughly seasoned with the sauce and did not dry out before the noodles reached one’s mouth. The meat itself was soft and tender and went well with the chilli padi seasoning. This dish is well suited to share amongst friends or family, as the spice could get too intense for those who don’t have a high spice tolerance. But fret not, douse out the party in the mouth with their artisanal Gelato (S$5.80 onwards), which comes in a wide variety of flavours that includes their signature Mao Shan Wang durian flavour!

The Butcher’s Kitchen is located at Suntec City Mall, #02-472, Singapore 038989

The Butcher’s Kitchen is open daily from 11am to 9pm (Closed from 3pm to 5pm on weekdays).

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