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[CLOSED] Meat Smith at Cocotte

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~$30/pax
* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. * From the crew that brought you Meatsmith_SG with the buzz of Little India. Think Southern American BBQ with an Indian flair. Open for Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner, 7 days a week; 3 month pop-up. Opening Hours: 0730-1030, 1130-1400, 1745-2300.

2 Dickson Road
Ground Level Wanderlust Hotel
Singapore 209494

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

We murdered the Madras Pork Ribs - ripping off their incredibly tender flesh in wild abandon (well, except for a certain prude who insisted on cutlery 😑), then licking the bones clean after. Every bit of that thick aromatic spice paste we made disappear without a trace too.
Trust me, you'll want to do the same when you get your hands on these.

10 Likes

This is Prata Bomb on steroids - a generous scoop of chai masala ice cream drowned in sticky sweet caramel sauce and bits of melty caramelised banana. Use the strips of prata to ladle all that goodness into your mouth. I'd come back just for this. Catch it before it's gone at the end of April.

Taste: 4/5

4 Likes

Traditional Indian comfort street food makes an unexpected appearance at the Meat Smith popup in Wanderlust Hotel's Cocotte, and colour me impressed because it's good! The authentic tasting deep-fried gram flour treat is puffy, crunchy and pairs very well with the creamy house-smoked yogurt.
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Head on down before the end of April to sample their Indian themed food and cocktails!

Taste: 4/5

6 Likes

A damned good samosa that would rival many a traditional one. Spiced beef brisket stuffed in a hot, crusty, pocket pastry, served with pickled vegetables and chutney.

Taste: 4/5

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I'm all for innovation in fusion food, however this ambitious but unlikely combination of uni, puffed rice, biryani spiced crab meat and saffron aioli was too outlandish for my tastebuds and merely left me craving for actual biryani. It's a commendable effort though, and the smoked quail eggs on top were cooked to runny perfection.

Taste: 2.5/5

10 Likes

Tandoori Chicken is a misnomer here, but besides that you can expect a very succulent roast chicken on a bed of fluffy basmati rice laced with cauliflower florets and raisins.

Catch the Meat Smith @ Cocotte popup at Wanderlust Hotel till the end of April for their take on Indian food with a twist.

Taste: 3.5/5

7 Likes
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