593 Havelock Road
Singapore 169641

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11:30am - 08:00pm

11:30am - 08:00pm

11:30am - 08:00pm

11:30am - 08:00pm

11:30am - 08:00pm

11:30am - 08:00pm

11:30am - 08:00pm

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Like Berkshire pork, Duroc pork is a type of heritage pork but is comparatively less well known.

Prized for its incredible tenderness and juiciness, the meat has a high degree of marbling and a relatively mild 'porky' flavour profile.

The Butcher's Dining served their duroc pork in the form of a Korean pork cutlet. Unlike their japanese counterpart, Korean pork cutlet or dongaesu are served thinner, unsliced and with a sweet savoury demi glacé sauce on top.

We absolutely loved TBD's rendition of this dish. The pork was juicy and melt in your mouth tender with a rich yet subtly sweet flavour. It was served with Korean rice (yay!) and sides of a savoury yet fiery pickled chilli and mac and cheese.

To be honest, we will be back for this any day and any time!

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The Butcher's Dining is an interesting dining concept. Besides housing a Korean gourmet butchery and grocer that sells everything from korean meat cuts and (atas) Korean condiments to ready to go meal packs for those who want to eat from the comfort of their home but are lazy to do the prep work, there is also an all day dining cafe which serves a somewhat limited range of Korean inspired cafe fare.

The spicy pulled pork burger is one of their signature items and features soft tender spicy pulled pork marinated with gochujang sauce, topped with in-house pickles, thinly sliced rings of onion, and shredded carrot and cabbage.

The portion is to be honest on the small side considering the price. We however liked how the various components - the sweetness of the pulled pork, the spicy and savoury gochuchang, the sharp bite of raw onions and the zesty flavours of the pickles - come together with each bite. It's a tasty burger though on the pricey side.

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MIMC Jeju Tangerine Pound Cake - moist and soft texture. The tanginess was well balanced with the sweetness from the icing

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/the-butchers-dining/

Visited this new butchery-cum-bistro concept; the bistro arm being named as The Butcher’s Dining. They had taken over the former premises of EVERY at Havelock Road, and is situated right beside Ya Hua Bak Kut Teh. Being a Korean-run establishment, the butchery-cum-grocer wing retails marinated meats, chilled ready-to-eat fare, condiments and lifestyle products, while the bistro wing offers an all-day dining menu for patrons to dine-in. The bistro comes decked in a modern and sleek industrial style — featuring marble-esque tables and furnishings with wood accents, whilst also adorned with plants for a touch of nature.

The all-day dining menu features a rather limited menu during the time we made our visit; comprises of two types of burgers and gimbap, they were also serving a special dish of Spicy Pork Rice to cater to those who prefers having rice for their meal. We settled for the Spicy Pulled Pork Burger, which featured elements such as Korean spicy pulled pork, carrot rafe, cabbage slaw, red onion. Patrons also get to choose between mesclun salad or sweet potato chips to come alongside their burger — we opted for the latter. We found the burger to be very well done; pretty fitting to be an offering from a butchery. For one, we really loved the pulled pork here; the fibrous meats were especially meaty and sufficiently moist, well-marinated in a Korean sauce (Ssamjang?) that brings a note of sweetness and manageable spiciness that makes it so flavourful — a notch above the usual pulled pork that features BBQ sauce as a marinade. When coupled with the carrot (grated carrot salad), there is this tangy hint akin to that of pickled julienned vegetables found in Banh Mi; juicy, crunchy with a slight tang that cuts through all that meatiness. Here, the bottom bun seems buttered while the top bun seems to be smeared with mustard for an earthy note. The buns were also light and pillowy soft; a very wholesome package when had altogether.

Apart from the burger, we were equally impressed with the MIMC Iced Korean Plum Tea and the MIMC Jeju Tangerine Pound Cake that we had tried — the former being a very refreshing tea option that lightly tangy that cleanses the palate, while the latter carried a light but prominent hint of citrus-y zing that kept us going. Always a fan of concepts like these, where the butchery is able to showcase their meats through their dine-in operations — a great way to educate the masses on the various cuts and types of meats out there. A space that meat lovers should most certainly check out!

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