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Best Barbecue Restaurants in Paya Lebar


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A photo of Wagyu Aoyama restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Barbecue • Somerset
Wagyu Aoyama in Singapore is a Japanese restaurant that specialises in Wagyu beef imported directly from Japan that has been chill-dried so that it retains its tender juicy flavour. Located on Orchard Road in Orchard within the Mandarin Gallery, you’ll love Wagyu Aoyama's modern design and stylish decor, complete with individual BBQ stations and two private dining rooms. You will also find a great selection of traditional Japanese dishes that include seafood and vegetarian options, as well as an extensive wine and drinks list with a few choice cocktails. It’s perfect for corporate lunches, celebrating with close friends and romantic nights out with your special someone.
A photo of Hanwoori Korean Restaurant restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Barbecue • Serangoon
Hanwoori Korean Restaurant in Singapore is a shining example of a dining out venue with a strong culinary identity. An eatery that proudly follows the mantra of ‘good food, good people’, Hanwoori Korean Restaurant in Serangoon offers guests first-class service and the chance to sample their favourite Korean delicacies in a casual setting. Notable menu highlights include the kitchen’s special kimchi hotpot, ginseng chicken soup, and japchae – a classic Korean glass noodle dish with vegetables. Popular with the local foodie community, particularly on weekends, arriving at Hanwoori Korean Restaurant on Serangoon Garden Way with a reservation made in advance is highly recommended.
A photo of Carnivore Brazilian Churrascaria - CHIJMES restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Barbecue • Kembangan
Dear diners, for further enquiries, please contact the restaurant directly at +65 6334 9332. As current government regulations do not allow for group reservations larger than 5. Buffet is limited to 90 minutes per seating The Carnivore chain of Brazilian barbecue outlets (known in Brazil as churrascaria, with a tradition stretching back to the gauchos of the Brazilian pampas) have spots for a hot grill scattered across Singapore. Carnivore CHIJMES is located in Singapore’s historic CHIJMES complex along Victoria Street. The former Catholic convent is now home to a Carnivore Brazilian restaurant that offers alfresco dining in gorgeous surrounds.
A photo of Kam's Roast - Pacific Plaza restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Barbecue • Boulevard
Kam’s Roast Singapore is a restaurant with a story, one which intertwines family and a dedication to traditional Hong Kong cuisine. This tasteful Orchard eatery is run by Hardy Kam, a passionate third-generation restaurateur who diligently honors the legacy of his family's 70-year culinary history. Taking inspiration from his grandfather’s and father’s gourmet restaurants in Hong Kong, Kam’s Roast Singapore serves authentic Chinese cuisine and specialises in Hong Kong roast meats in particular. The whole menu is mouth watering, but it's their signature BBQ dishes which have made the Kam family famous. We recommend the roast duck, the toro char siu pork belly, or any dishes in “lo sui” sauce, a secret recipe. Alongside the delicious food, guests can expect welcoming hospitality and quality service. Located within Pacific Plaza on Scotts Road, this Singapore restaurant is not to be missed.
A photo of Eee Mo BBQ restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Barbecue • Tanjong Pagar
Situated on Maxwell Road in Tanjong Pagar, Eee Mo BBQ in Singapore is one of the best Korean restaurants in the city. Offering a wide selection of authentic dishes, you’ll be delighted with the flavoursome food and friendly service here. Located directly opposite Telok Ayer Park, this casual restaurant is perfect for catching up with friends and family over plates of mouth-watering Korean cuisine. We recommend that you keep a close eye out for the bibim guksu spicy noodles and fried dumplings; marinated pork short ribs and the sirloin kutsal. Though truth be told no matter what you order, it’s all delicious at Eee Mo BBQ. eee mo bbq.Popular among Singapore locals for good reason, be sure to book ahead to avoid disappointment.
A photo of Camp Kilo Charcoal Club restaurant
Price: Expensive
• Barbecue • Kallang
Camp Kilo Charcoal Club is the newest member of the Series of Intentions (SOI) family, the same group behind the Kilo group of restaurants and Grain Traders.Open, outdoor seating brings diners close to the serene nature of Kallang’s riverside, providing the perfect setting for a slow weekend with friends, a beer in hand, laid-back beats, and, of course, a platter of hearty comfort food. This isn’t your typical roast, however, not when there’s a whole 30kg pig cooking on our self-made spit for more than 4 hours.
A photo of Khansama Tandoori Restaurant restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Barbecue • Little India
A trip to Khansama Tandoori Restaurant in the heart of Singapore’s Little India is a history lesson in culinary tradition, especially that of the Punjabi, north Indian cuisine in which this kitchen down Serangoon Road specialises (we're talking over 300 traditional dishes on the menu). Take a seat indoors, or on the shady, breezy terrace if you’re lucky (this popular joint is often busy) and indulge in some proper Punjabi hospitality. It’s not surprising that this restaurant is the most sought after North Indian tandoori restaurant in Singapore, with its generous servings of authentic curries, breads, biryanis, vegetarian specialties and more – which they serve daily right up until 1am. Plus, the venue has private rooms to host all your special occasions.
A photo of Hello Korean BBQ restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Barbecue • China Square
Hello Korean BBQ Singapore is located on Circular Road and has got to be one of the finest Korean BBQ spots in the city. With an impressive collection of dishes and stews designed to be shared, you can rest assured your heart and stomach will be very satisfied, indeed. The star of any Korean BBQ restaurant is always going to be the meat and sides and you’ll find a whole host of delicious dishes including beef, pork, chicken and prawns, which will have your mouth watering and your tummy singing. All meats are cooked at the table by the staff. This Boat Quay restaurant can get busy though, so book now and arrive at Hello Korean BBQ hungry.
A photo of Red Eye Smokehouse restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Barbecue • Kallang
Red Eye Smokehouse in Singapore is a real meat lover’s paradise, serving up American-style barbeque and some of the most succulent meats around. Established in 2015 and located on Cavan Road in Kallang, Red Eye Smokehouse will wow you with its stunning decor as you fill up on great food while being impressed by staff who really know their stuff. If you’re in the mood for a nice, cold beer and a large serving of perfectly smoked and barbequed meats, then you want to head down to Red Eye Smokehouse as soon as possible. Just don’t forget to book first, or you might be left disappointed and without a table.
A photo of Smokey's BBQ - Joo Chiat restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Barbecue • Geylang
In the heart of Singapore’s Joo Chiat heritage conservation district is a restaurant that is distinctly un-Singaporean. Smokey’s BBQ is an American smokehouse and grill, one of two in the city. This branch, along Joo Chiat Place, has a sister in Sunset Way, but both are equally committed to the cause of American cuisine: home-smoked meats, big portions, and US-style table-service. Read on for more on what makes Smokey’s BBQ special. Happy Hour from 11.30am to 7pm and 10pm to close.
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