Barbecue lovers looking for a hearty (and smoky) meal could check out Smokey’s BBQ, a restaurant that not only makes its own sauces and seasonings but its own smokers, too.
Barbecue lovers looking for a hearty (and smoky) meal could check out Smokey’s BBQ, a restaurant that not only makes its own sauces and seasonings but its own smokers, too. Its menu features items such as US Prime beef brisket, which is marinated in Gordon Biersch Maibock and roasted for 20 hours. If you’re looking for something lighter, the pulled pork sandwich (above) might be just right. The restaurant’s two outlets are located in Joo Chiat Place and Sunset Lane.
FROM THE SEA
De’ Beer Seafood Restaurant, which recently opened in Sunset Lane, off ers mouth-watering dishes such as stir-fried lobster with butter cream milk, crispy cereal squid and drunken sauna prawns. Its signature dish is the sinful salted-egg crab with crispy cheese (below). Diners who want healthier options, though, can choose from seven diff erent types of fish, which can be cooked in one of eight diff erent styles!
Aimed at Brazilian churrascaria fans, Carne & Caipirinha off ers a delectable spread of charcoal-grilled meats that include pork belly, chicken fillet (wrapped in bacon, no less!) and beef rump (above). If all this grilled meat gets you hot, you can always cool down with a refreshing caipirinha, a Brazilian cocktail made with cachaca (a spirit distilled from sugarcane juice), lime, sugar and ice. The restaurant is located at 106 Clementi Street.