Butcher Boy is a new Asian-inspired bar and grill at the Keong Saik dining enclave. This humble ‘meatery’ is the perfect space for meat-lovers in search for good vibes and solid meat dishes.
Butcher Boy is the second venture by chef-owner Andrew Walsh of Cure. Their key offerings, as its name suggests, include a sizzle of luscious meats alongside a selection of cocktails, buns, sharing plates, and oh-so-decadent sundaes.
Taking its naming inspiration from Walsh’s all-time-favourite novel and movie, The Butcher Boy, this cosy restaurant space is intended for guests to escape the bustle of life and ease over a laid back atmosphere of great food, tipples and music. Whether you are a passionate meat lover or someone who simply needs to unwind after a hectic workday, Butcher Boy is one place worth visiting.
Following through on the Asian influence, Butcher Boy presents carnivorous grill options for guests to sink their teeth into.
Dishes worth trying include the Iberico Pork Belly (S$32), the Duck Banh Mi with Liver Pate and Sriracha ($18) and the foolproof Fried Chicken Bao with Yuzu Kewpie (S$18). Their two-page beverage menu is compact but sufficient. Feel free to knock these bad boys back with a Japanese craft beer or one fo their house-crafted cocktails.
For drinks, award-winning head bartender Knut Randhem has created Asian-inspired cocktails such as Thai Basil Tini (S$16++), a mixture of Columbian gin, sake, basil, lemon and sugar; and the Street Side Milk Punch (S$18++), which comprises Cahaca, Thai milk tea and a salted caramel syrup.
31 Keong Saik Road
Tel: +65 6221 6833
Mon to Thu: 5.30pm – 12am
Fri to Sun: 12pm – 3pm, 5.30pm – 12am
Nearest Station: Outram Park