At The Market Grill, everything begins with freshness and quality. Expect fresh cuts of steak, home-made beef burger patties prepared daily and live Atlantic lobsters cooked to order. Expect a fun dining experience in the vicinity of Telok Ayer where diners can watch meats and lobsters being freshly grilled to perfection with the specially imported "Woodstone" Charbroiler. Inspired by a blend of traditional old-style butcheries and diners, The Market Grill provides visitors an option of simple and generous portions of freshly grilled market produce. An Unlisted Collection: Property

208 Telok Ayer Street
Singapore 068642

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm


11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm



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It might sound expensive, but after seeing that there's lots of fresh chunks of lobster meat, coming from one whole Atlantic lobster, the price is justified. Moreover, each mouthful was satisfying with its natural sweetness as it is only lightly dressed in housemade herb mayonnaise. The nicely toasted brioche bun seals the deal.
[Burpple Eatup]

I'm heading to Japan now, the land of awesome fishes and seafood. A throwback to a fish burger I had at Market Grill last month, where I had this swordfish fillet that was grilled and topped with a sauce mixed with herb mayo, mango salsa and house spices. And I thought the use of the zesty sauces really help to kill some of the fishyness of the swordfish.
[Burpple Eatup]

500g | Sous vide for 24 Hour | Served Medium alongside with roasted seasonal vegetables.

Loved that dollop of onion confit. Did not have high expectations but was mildly surprised at how much I enjoyed the beef. It was tender, moist and nicely seasoned- though some chunks were more streaky and fatty than others. Roasted vegetables complimented the beef perfectly.

Heard so much about the highly raved cod fish burger, my disappointment ended with a bite of this burger!

Despite being slightly overcooked, the grilled beef patty retained its juiciness. The homemade rich barbecue sauce, with the sharpness of the melted aged cheddar brought the pulled pork and beef patty together nicely.

Chunks of lobster meat with herbed mayo pommery mounted on a toasted brioche roll. Served with salad & fries.

Lobster chunks were juicy and succulent, nicely coated with a thin layer of mayo. My only gripe about the dish would be the dry brioche which could have been buttered.

The best burger I’ve tasted so far, besides good ones at potato head folk. The scucculent cubed portobello mushrooms are so well balanced with the gooey tasting cheese and the juicy beef patty. A harmonious mix of textures and flavours that explodes in your mouth.
This burger is a must try on the menu!
$25 for buger with sides.

Finally tried the lobster roll @ the market grill. The lobster roll is nice but I think I prefer my grilled lobster. Service was great!

#tip #solodiners - If you are visiting on Saturday, do note that there are 2 seatings, 6-8pm or 8-10pm.

Hit this. Featured is The Market Grill’s newly launched medium-sized meat platter, of which most meats have undergone varying degrees of a good tan in their Woodstone Charbroiler. Suggested to feed 3-4pax but I’ll say it’s good for 4-6pax, then snag yourselves a couple of those hefty Maine Lobster Rolls while you’re at it.
Thankyou @burpple for the invitation and @themarketgrillssg for graciously hosting us.

148bucks/medium platter

Market Grill is great for its grilled meats, and it's one of the best around. But I was surprised they do fried chicken very well too.
This super-sized chicken patty is made using only thigh meat, and justice was done to it by keeping it's interior moist while frying the exterior till crispy. Served with roasted bell peppers, anchovies, capers, garlic, chipotle aioli.
[Burpple Eatup]

Finally visited the market grill after finding out about their good promo on Burpple (1-for-1 new burgers). Enjoyed the buttery burger and the softness of the fish really went well together. Will try the rest of the burgers the next time! (7.4/10)

I love this platter of meats that came with heavenly smoky flavour, and that's cos Chef Kenneth Lin grilled each of these over an open charcoal fire. The interior of the meats retained their juiciness, especially the spring chicken. The flesh of the chicken was glistening, and the breast wasn't "siap" (astringent) at all.
Pictured is the platter for 3-4 pax, and it came with 500g Spiral Pork sausage, half a Spring chicken, 200g of Bavette, 150g of Secreto Pork, and the following sides - babaganoush, home cured item, pulled pork mac and cheese, grilled seasonal vegetables, and grilled sour dough. If that's too much for you, there's a smaller platter for two ($88++) that comes with 200g Pork Sausage, half a Spring chicken, 200g of Bavette and the same sides.
It's newly launched and available daily, except Sundays when The Market Grill is closed. This is taken during a Burpple Eatup, thanks Elswyth and Chef Kenneth Lin for hosting us!

I remember falling in love with Market Grill’s lobster roll years ago, when they were among the first to introduce this decadent sandwich to picky Singaporeans. I still love how the herbed mayo lightly coats the hefty chunks of lobster, easing it into the brioche roll without stealing the limelight. Fair warning though: at $52 a roll it literally tears a new a*hole in your wallet. And for that pricetag, I’d expect the brioche roll to be more buttery and well-toasted.

The 24-hour sous vide Black Angus Short Rib was tender and juicy indeed; but let’s be honest: there are quite a handful of restaurants out there that do this well, and with a $78 price tag it’s not the most attractively priced. What really made this dish for me though, was the tomato relish that came with. I can’t remember what exactly went into it, but all that really matters was the smoky fragrance that’s complemented with a nice balance of savoury and sweet.

If you can’t tell just from the photo, let me assure you it’s MASSIVE. Easily feeding 4, you get a 500g spiral pork sausage, half a Sakura spring chicken, pulled pork mac and cheese, 200g bavette, 250g secreto pork, sides of grilled veggies, babaganoush, house-cured item, sourdough and sauces. Phew that was quite the mouthful! Of these, the unanimous fave was the chicken: unbelievably moist, tender, and so so flavourful, I can’t imagine how long they brined their meat!

Maybe The Market Grill.

The CW Cod Fish Burger (SGD$28.00) - if I was expecting some sub-standard deep-fried cod patty, I was in for a surprise. Toasted parmesan bun clasped a generous fillet of grilled pommery-marinated buttery Atlantic cod - all flakey and tender and freshness. Other ingredients flanked together by the buns were vine cherry tomatoes, romaine lettuce and lemony herb mayonnaise. Every bite was a palate adventure and discovery of how good tastes come together.

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