The Butcher’s Kitchen is back with new international dishes

In conjunction with The Butcher’s 15-year anniversary, The Butcher’s Kitchen have came up with many dishes that are inspired by international cuisines such as Thai, Korea, Chinese and Western Cuisines. The Butcher’s Kitchen, a subsidiary of The Butcher, is a casual western restaurant that uses antibiotic free and hormone-growth promotant free meats.

Moo Ping [$12.80]

Thai-style pork skewer with special homemade Thai chilli sauce.

Porky Aglio Olio [$15.80]

Infused with the fragrance from stir-frying olive oil, garlic and Thai chilli padi

Rib King [$15.80]

Cowboy Kimchi Burger [$18.80]

Korean american fusion burger, US Black Angus Beef patty with fresh kimchi, onions, tomatoes and romaine lettuce on signature homemade buns

Bulgogi Dog [$8.80]

Oozy Cheesy Chicken [$23.80]

When cutting the soft and tender bacon-wrapped chicken, cheese lava oozes out.

Gelato [From $5.80]

It has a softer and denser texture and 20% lower fat content than ice cream

This restaurant advocates using meat that are fit and safe for consumption by using premium quality and all natural meats.

The Butcher’s Kitchen

Address: Suntec City Mall, #02-472 S038989

Opening Hours: Mon – Fri: 11am-3pm, Sat – Sun: 11am-9pm

Contact: 9616 0111



Instagram: @thebutcherskitchen

Written by: Coralle Wong

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