Devised by Chef Andrew along with Chef Nicole Philipson, Head of Research & Development of Cure Concepts and her kitchen team, Butcher Boy’s menu carries a selection of Asian-inspired plates and grilled items categorized into ‘Snacks’, ‘Small Plates’, ‘Bao, Bun, Banh Mi’, ‘Butcher Boy’, ‘Sides’, and ‘Sundaes & Sweet’ that are available daily, across lunch (Friday to Sunday only) and dinner service.
For those looking to grab pre-dinner drinks and bites, Butcher Boy’s Happy Hour runs from 5.00pm to 7.00pm daily, offering House Sake Shots, House Wine and Draft Beer alongside oysters, bite-sized versions of the ‘Bao, Bun, Banh Mi’ options from the main menu, as well as snacks including the Crispy Fish Skin and Skinny Fries. An extended bar bites menu is also available from 10.00pm to late daily.
Primed to offer guests a different approach to house meat signatures and to amp up the breezy Sunday vibe, Butcher Boy also offers Sunday Roast specials on top of the a la carte menu. Best enjoyed with a house cocktail or a beer on hand, the Roast Beef and Roast Pork is each served with roast potatoes, Yorkshire pudding, Asian greens and black pepper gravy – all to perfectly satiate the lazy Sunday afternoons. For those itching for a grub and drink out before the beginning of a new week, Butcher Boy is also open on Sunday evenings till late.
Abiding by the Asian-inspired theme, the cocktail menu at Butcher Boy presents a bevy of classic cocktails re-invited with an Asian spin. Concocted by award-winning Bar Manager, Knut Randhem, the cocktail list is largely guided by familiar flavours referenced from his retrospect within the Asian region, as well as the food menu. Alongside the list of cocktails, the beverage menu also holds a selection of imported sakes, Japanese craft beers and wines for the straight-up drinkers. Categorised into tongue-in-cheek segments to reflect the flavour profiles of each drink: ‘Naughty Boy’ for the spirit-forward options,’Pickle Boy’ featuring cocktails incorporating house-pickled condiments, and ‘Thirsty Boy’ for refreshing and easy-to-drink options.