Blue Butcher New Lunch Menu Rundown

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Since its opening, Blue Butcher has consistently received rave reviews for its burgers and steaks. So we were excited to hear that they were upping the ante with an all-you-could eat salad and fries. Far from being an afterthought, the well stocked salad bar had a range of thoughtfully conceived and executed dishes, with a medley of flavors to truly whet one’s appetite.

 

The cold starter buffet, composed of fresh market ingredients, consists of the day’s selections such as fresh cherry tomatoes, romaine lettuce and truffle infused olive oil.

 

For the main course, several choices were available such as southern fried chicken, dry aged grain fed USDA rib eye steak with béarnaise sauce, Blue Butcher’s dry aged “Black Angus burger, and BBQ Beef Brisket.

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Highlights included the Black Angus burger and the BBQ Beef Brisket. The beef patty was moresome and savory, with a delicious helping of mozzarella over the top and a perfectly toasted bun. The beef brisket was also perfectly slow cooked so that it was tender and juicy, with the meat almost dissolving on the tongue, with the BBQ sauce further developing the richness and flavor of the dish.

 

Complemented with all you can eat shoestring fries paired with Aged Black Truffle and Parmesan, or with melted mozzarella and cheddar, this hearty meal is perfect for any meat lover.

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For dessert, options included mango and passion fruit sorbet, as well as sea salt caramel ice cream. We chose the sea salt caramel ice cream; the richly decadent caramel tones blended nicely with a hint of sea salt to refresh the palate.

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While the set meal is sure to leave you pleasantly satiated, Blue Butcher also offers a range of excellent wines and cocktails; their Apple Pie Moonshine, for instance, comes in a rustic mason jar and a tongue-in-cheek brown paper bag.

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We were blown away by the taste and presentation of our lunch at Blue Butcher, not to mention the extremely affordable price at $180 a head. To try it for yourself, why not head over to 108 Hollywood Road? Reservations may also be made by calling 26139286.

 

Written By: Elizabeth Cheung