Celebrate the Year of the Pig with The Butcher’s Kitchen’s Specially Curated Chinese New Year Offerings

3 treasures porky yusheng


Ring in the Year of the Pig with The Butcher’s Kitchen’s exquisite Chinese New Year offerings.

The new dishes will feature pork as the marquee ingredient, presented in unique

styles and paired with familiar and beloved flavours!

Departing from the usual fish based yusheng, The Butcher’s Kitchen has introduced the 3 Treasures Porky Yusheng (S$38.80) comprising three key ingredients: golden roast pork belly, pork lard and char siew.

This auspicious dish, with char siew’s red hue and the golden colours of lard and pork belly skin, symbolises luck and prosperity. Pulling all the ingredients together is the yusheng sauce, a unique blend of char siew and plum sauces —tangy, sweet and savoury. The yusheng is also topped with The Butcher’s Kitchen’s very own freshly made chips, an addictive alternative of the traditional golden crackers.

The generous portion of the yusheng is suitable for eight to 10 persons.

The Butcher’s Kitchen has also  created two pork – based pasta dishes:

char siew pasta with truffle

Char Siew Pasta with Truffle (S$18.80)


mala pasta with roasted pork belly

Mala Pasta with Roasted Pork Belly (S$18.80)


For the Char Siew Pasta with Truffle, the noodles are tossed and infused

with the restaurant’s homemade char siew sauce .

It is topped with fragrant pork lard , made from specific parts of the pig to achieve the best flavour. Glazed with a sweet sauce, the melt -in – your-mouth pork belly char siew has the perfect meat-to-fat ratio to satisfy your taste buds. Finally, a touch of truffle adds a piquant finish to the dish.

Take a break from the usual mala hotpot and indulge in the new Mala Pasta with Roasted Pork Belly instead. The mala pasta is tossed with fresh cabbage—a key ingredient in mala stir-fry—for that extra, invigorating crunch. The Butcher’s Kitchen’s signature sliced roast pork belly is perched on a bed of pasta, and the crunchy crackling is simply irresistible.

The Hebi Hiam Pizza (S$18.80) is a showstopper. It comprises cheese, fried crispy pork lard marinated with prawn chilli, and is heaped with a snow of dried sambal prawn. It is then drizzled with prawn chilli for a powerful spicy punch, and garnished with coriander for a fragrant boost.

The restaurant has also launched the Original Fresh Chips (S$10.80/bottle) and Spam Chips ($16.80/bottle U.P S$18.80/bottle),which make for a perfect snack this Chinese New Year. These all-natural, freshly made and highly addictive chips come in beautifully designed bottles for you to share and gift the goodies to your loved ones.

All items will be available from 15th January 2019 onwards.

The Butcher’s Kitchen

Address Suntec City Mall, #02-472, Singapore 038989

Opening Hours Mondays to Fridays: 10am–10pm (Last order: 9:30pm)

Saturdays and Sundays: 10am–10pm (Last order: 9:30pm)


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