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Meatsmith (Little India)

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~$40/pax
Meatsmith Little India is Singapore’s first restaurant combining the taste of India, with fixed roots in American barbecue. This second edition of Meatsmith offers American barbecue from the south, with an accent of Indian flavour. With its colourful façade and street artwork, this outlet fits perfectly at its home, at Campbell Lane in the heart of Little India. Expect a masterful menu combining the technique of slow cooking and barbecue, with Indian spice, rubs and sauces. By adding a tandoor oven and spit roaster alongside the southern pride smoker, guests will receive a new experience in American barbecue. Expect dishes like spit-roasted butter chicken, bone marrow curry and a suckling pig biryani.

21 Campbell Lane
Singapore 209894

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Friday:
05:00pm - 12:00am

Saturday:
11:30am - 12:00am

Sunday:
11:30am - 12:00am

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
05:00pm - 12:00am

Wednesday:
05:00pm - 12:00am

Thursday:
05:00pm - 12:00am

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A new dessert with a burning (literally) presentation! There were lots of different textures in here - mainly sea coconut cubes, jackfruit pudding and raspberries, topped off with sugarcane meringue that’s torched right in front of you by the chefs. It’s not too sweet either, so it serves as a good end to a meal here.

Thank you @meatsmith_sg for having us and @burpple for the kind invite!✨

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Fab onion rings, a must get sharing side for your meal! Though they look chunky, they’re lightly battered, crunchy and very well seasoned.

Thank you @meatsmith_sg for having us and @burpple for the kind invite!✨

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Stuffed wings in spices, paired with a yogurt based sauce. Personally found the spice rub a little too overwhelming, but meat was tender.

Thank you @meatsmith_sg for having us and @burpple for the kind invite!✨

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Even though I had plans that night, there was no way I wouldn’t stop by the “Kebab Party” thrown by Meatsmith Little India. I mean, how often do you get to stuff your face on freshly-made, warm chickpea naan cradling different delicious fillings by Resident Chef Kurt Sombero and his Guest Chefs, right? (The correct answer is about once every 3 months but that isn’t the point here 😆).
Not that it was in any way a competition but I‘d say Chef Kurt’s “Butter Chicken” resonated strongest with me. Big, tender pieces of smoky grilled meat came smothered in a kickass curry gravy rich in Indian spices, and juxtaposed by cool, crisp pickled veg - what a mouthwatering combo. That’s irrefutable proof right there again of Chef Kurt’s knack for spinning palate-dancing flavours.
The Lokal’s Chef Darren Farr’s Vietnamese-inspired “Pork Banh Mi” leaned towards a lighter, cleaner taste profile with slices of the meat dressed in a pretty melange of fresh herbs and sauces. Keeping in line with Chef Darren’s style of cooking, he made everything from scratch too. I am glad I started with his creation as it allowed me to appreciate its flavours better.
The third was the “Sabab” by Japanese Chef Sho Naganuma. It featured a hefty piece of spice-rubbed, grilled mackerel. T’was a rather interesting mash-up of condiments on that naan but it was the smoky fish that I was drawn to the most.

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Not a wide range of desserts but one’d probably be toooooo full so the burnt coconut & jackfruit pudding works as a sweet ending. Sugarcane meringue, a pretty interesting jackfruit custard pudding, sea coconut cubes, raspberries. Liked how the textures all came together.

The coconut custard chocolate was fragrant but a tad sweet for me, those with sweet tooth will like this!

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Aged & smoked duck, done three ways.

Also enjoyed the Duck Cigar ($10), very crisp fried spring roll skin encasing the tender pulled duck. The same savoury-sweet sauce here was a pretty good pairing too!

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