31 Keong Saik Road
Singapore 089138

05:30pm - 12:00am

05:30pm - 12:00am

05:30pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 12:00am

05:30pm - 12:00am



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A Vanilla and Licorice base topped with a healthy spurt of whipped cream, more strawberries and strawberry granita 🍓🍓

I generally avoid licorice for it's herbal medicinal flavor but it was a perfect complement to the vanilla and strawberries. Ingenious.

Sexily smoky steak, a mountain of shoestring frites and a complex little number of a black pepper sauce. Pretty worth it for $28++ if you ask me.

I can’t recall the last time I had Brussels sprouts cooked with Asian flavours but hey, it works.
The vegetable was made really enticing with the use of Szechuan “mala” spices (in a restrained manner so no one’s likely to combust) and sliced garlic. Garnished with crispy pieces of chicken skin, spring onions and coriander, it proved impossible to resist. Even when everything save the“mala” oil was gone, I couldn’t bear to let that go to waste. So in went slabs of the Crispy Skin Pork Belly to be swished around. Yes, I am such a healthy eater 😂

The second venture by chef-owner Andrew Walsh of Cure, Butcher Boy is an Asian-inspired grill set in Keong Saik. Expect a host of grilled meat mains, Asian-centric buns, moreish snacks and luscious sundaes. What's more, the ambience is laid-back and there's a DJ booth, making it a great space to wind down in after a long day at the office. Dishes worth trying include the Iberico Pork Belly ($32), the Duck Banh Mi with Liver Pate and Sriracha ($18) and the foolproof Butcher Boy Bacon & Cheese Burger with Fries ($28). Their two-page beverage menu is compact but sufficient. Kick back with a Japanese craft beer or knock back a cocktail — the rum-based Smoking Carriage ($22) with salted caramel syrup and orange will take any edge off. Save space for dessert as the sundaes are truly decadent. The Peanut Butter Ice Cream and Plum Jelly Sandwich ($10) is a spin on a classic that'll still hit the spot. Butcher Boy opens for lunch on Fridays and Saturdays. Come Sundays, they serve up a Sunday Roast menu of slow-roasted meats that'll have you well fed before the end of the weekend.
Avg Price: $50 per person
Photo by Burppler Shawn Loh

Small plates, banh mi dishes and sharing portions of various meats - from the Iberico Pork Belly to the John Stones Irish Rib Eye, paired with your choice of sauce such as the Yuzu Bearnaise and Sambal - round up the savoury offerings, with a small selection of desserts and cocktails for post-chow treats. I think I may require a second round of grub elsewhere though, as the portions are fairly Lilliputian.

PS There is an on-going soft launch promo - 20% off the total bill when you dine from 10 to 20 August 2017. However, upon receiving the bill, I was told that the discount is already accounted for in the prices you see on the printed menus, a claim that doesn't sit very well with me, particularly given the phrasing of "20% off the food/total bill" appearing in all promotional literature. I feel really, really ripped off. [I wrote about the woeful experience on

salted crackers, matcha

nori salt, sesame tahini

vietnamese style

It was cathartic penning down my woeful experience at Butcher Boy [], thank you everybody who reached out to me privately about this.

As somebody (and probably a number of female pop stars) once said: "Shame on you, if you fool me once. Shame on me if you fool me twice."

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Burpple Guides, Newly Opened New Restaurants, Cafes and Bars in Singapore: August 2017 Watching the unending stream of new openings, we are quite ready to eat our way through August and possibly into September, and we hope you are too! Rock up to Keong Saik, home to several new joints, and ready your appetite for smokin' Szechuan yakitori, Asian-inspired grills and comforting bistro lunch plates. Away from Chinatown, there's yummy zi char with a twist in Alexandra, Michelin-starred kushikatsu in Oden Towers and wagyu roast beef donburi in Amoy Street Food Centre, and more. We hope you're hungry!
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