From the creators of Singapore’s first-ever flaming Hokkaido beef bowl, The Butcher’s Kitchen has now added five new mainstays to its arsenal.
We’re back again at The Butcher’s Kitchen and once again, they’ve got our passion for quality beef ignited. Literally. The bowls were on fire.
The first flaming bowl we has was The Butcher’s Flaming Dice ($13.90) which is doused with their special cognac concoction. This was by far my favourite, because the cognac enhanced the flavours of the beef and I absolutely love the superb quality beef cuts that The Butcher’s Kitchen serves.
Although the bowls don’t look different from one another, the whiskey-infused The Butcher’s High Roller ($18.90) features beef that has in infused with whiskey for a whole day. You can literally still taste the smokey whiskey even after the torching.
Next, we tried a favourite among most, The Butcher’s Flaming Dice with Truffle ($15.90). And again, aesthetically, it doesn’t look much different from the other two bowls. But you can smell the truffle from a mile away! I personally am not a fan of truffle on high quality beef, because I’d like to savour the natural beefy flavours. But to each her own! I thought this was great with the mashed potatoes, especially when you mix it all together.
You can have either the flaming dice with either rice or mashed potatoes. I personally preferred the mashed potatoes that were hand-made and super creamy.
Speaking of dice, from now till 20 May 2018, with any purchase of any mains, you’d get a chance to roll a pair of dice and win attractive prizes for your next visit!
Apart from the diced beef bowls, The Butcher’s Kitchen is also introducing The Butcher’s Wagyu Sausage Bowl ($6.90), which features chucks of sausage perched atop mashed potatoes and topped with ragu sauce and cheese. This kind of reminded me a little bit of lasagne. Although this bowl wasn’t flaming like the rest, it was the bomb!
Last but definitely not least, the NY Wagyu Steak Sandwich ($18.90) was one of the highlights of the night. Inspired by the latest Japanese food trend that has taken New York by storm, The Butcher’s Kitchen coats a thick piece of meat in breadcrumbs and fries it to a crispy golden perfection.
The steak is then served on white bread with a signature brown sauce on the side, which I could not get enough of. This dish is a confirm (plus chop) must-try!
The Butcher’s Kitchen
Suntec City Mall
Mondays to Fridays: 11am – 3pm / 5pm – 9pm (Last order: 8:30pm; Closed from 3pm to 5pm) Saturdays and Sundays: 11am – 9pm (Last order: 8:30pm)