Usher In The New Year of the Pig With Pork Yusheng From The Butcher’s Kitchen

In a creative festive twist to the traditional fish-based Yu Sheng, The Butcher’s Kitchen has launched its 3 Treasures Porky Yu Sheng ($38.80), as well as a specially curated selection of other pork-based delights to whet your tastebuds this New Year of the Pig!

Featuring a base of crisp, rainbow-hued, julienned vegetables adorably arranged in the form of a pig, the 3 Treasures Porky Yusheng takes the quintessential CNY staple up a notch by incorporating a mouthwatering trio of pork cuts — golden roast pork belly, crispy pork lard and succulent char siew into the medley.

Topped off with an appetizingly tangy-sweet yusheng dressing and the restaurant’s freshly-made chips, this dish can comfortably feed up to 10 people and is a delectably auspicious way to kick-start the Pig’s Year with.

The ingredients are thoroughly mixed with the resounding chants of Lohei — the char siew’s red and the golden hue of the pork lard evoking luck and prosperity in the New Year; giving rise to a crunchy, fragrant medley of vegetables, luscious meats and crisp, crackling roasted pork skin & lard all coated in a refreshingly tangy plum yusheng dressing.

The fattiness of the roasts are offset by the vegetables as well as the appetizing dressing, creating a harmonious, more-ish symphony of sweet & savoury to start your meal with.

Other mains from the restaurant’s newly-launched pork-based menu include Char Siew Pasta with Truffle ($18.00), comprising thin capellini-style noodles tossed in a homemade truffle-infused char siew sauce and topped off with succulent pork char siew; and the Mala Pasta with Roasted Pork Belly ($18.80) is an exhilarating fusion of East meets West — featuring perfectly cooked, al-dente pasta noodles coated in a piquant blend of Mala spices with fresh cabbage and roasted pork belly adorning it.


The star of the night, however, was the Hebi Hiam Pizza ($18.80); which stole the thunder with its thin crispy crust, generous melting cheese and fragrant topping of spicy sambal shrimp & fried pork lard marinated in prawn chilli. A killer more-ish combination, this dish is definitely a crowd-pleaser, especially appealing to those who are fans of spices.


To end off your New Year’s meal with, take home a bottle of The Butcher’s Kitchen‘s lovingly hand-made Original Fresh Chips ($10.80), which come in Salted Egg ($12.80), and Mala ($12.80) flavours as well.

These all-natural bottles of goodness are freshly-fried daily and less greasy than your regular chips, making for a highly-addictive, healthier snack. Artfully packaged in a glass bottle, they make wonderful take-home gifts for you and your loved ones to savour over the course of this Lunar New Year.


The Butcher’s Kitchen, which is an extension of The Butcher, a renowned Australian butchery with over 15 years of history in Singapore, serves up quality meats and gourmet dishes made with fresh, safe and healthy ingredients.

Helmed by experienced chefs and passionate staff, The Butcher’s Kitchen offers a wonderful location and unique mouthwatering dishes to celebrate the New Year with.


The Butcher’s Kitchen

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

Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm (Last order: 9.30pm)

Seating Capacity: 120 pax




*Words and Photography by Angel (@angell_ism)

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