16 Smith Street
Singapore 058930

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05:00pm - 01:00am

05:00pm - 01:00am

05:00pm - 01:00am

05:00pm - 01:00am


05:00pm - 01:00am

05:00pm - 01:00am

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Specialised in charcoal grilled skewers, @artistick_sg has probably the largest variety of food menu items you ever seen at any bistro/bar.

🇨🇳China BBQ/Main/Cold Dish 东北烤串/主食/凉拌
🇲🇾Malaysia Lok Lok/Tze Char 马来西亚撸撸/煮炒
🇯🇵Japanese Yakitori 日本烤串
🇸🇬Singapore Satay/Western 新加坡沙爹/西餐

Head to their FB page to check out their full menu!

If you’re spoilt for choice, here’s what I think you must try at @artistick_sg : Charcoal Grill 🇨🇳 BBQ Skewers, Satay, La Zi Ji & Mirin Beef Cubes.

❗️Tiger Crystal Tower at SGD38 NETT & Heneiken/Erdinger at SGD48 NETT
‼️1 FREE tower & 20% OFF all food when you purchase 3 towers of beer

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16 Smith St, S058930
📞8787 7887

Malaysian LokLok was served with a fiery red chilli and sweet-sour green chilli. Enjoyed the crispy shishamo ($3.5) and chewy squid ($3). We also enjoyed the Japanese charcoal grill yakitori that featured tender and juicy meats in a sweet Teriyaki sauce. Would recommend the scallops ($9) and ribeye ($10).

Crispy on the outside yet tender within, we couldn’t help but devour the plate despite the fiery and numbing sensations. Would recommend!

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ArtiStick is the kind of restaurant that you can check out if you want a wide variety of dishes as they have a food menu that offers charcoal grilled Chinese BBQ to Malaysian lok lok, stir fried Chinese mains, zichar, Singapore local delights and Japanese yakitori. All these dishes will complement with their list of alcoholic beverages as you wind down a long day at work.

The number of options is good when you are there for a gathering as there will surely be something for everyone. The charcoal grilled skewers are perfumed with the cumin spice blend which go so well with a pint of beer and the Singapore satay comes with pork, chicken, beef and mutton. One dish that you can also try is the Penang fried kway teow which is the savoury version as opposed to the more sweeter ones that we are familiar with.

As the restaurant is still in their early phase of operations, they are still fine tuning the flavours to cater to the dining crowd.
✨ ArtiStick
📍 16 Smith Street, Singapore 058930
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