Review: Western Barbeque (Singapore)

Western Barbeque: Mixed Grill



Review :

Western Barbeque

is a popular stall serving western food with the usual choices of meats, grilled or deep fried. Their garlic sauce is absolutely lovely!

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Mixed Grill

The mixed grill comes with a stab of lamb chop, a piece of pork chop, a piece of chicken chop, a fried egg, a bun a serving of fries and coleslaw.

The lamb chop is a lamb shoulder cut with some fatty parts. It is meaty with nice flavourings and isn’t gamey. The pork chop is meaty with nice seasoning flavours as well. As for the chicken chop, it is grilled from chicken thigh meat. It is meaty with crispy sides but its skin is not crispy though. Nice flavourings too. All 3 meats tastes good!

A garlic sauce is poured onto the meats. This garlic sauce has nice garlic flavours with a note of sweet, and it contains real bits of garlic. This garlic sauce pairs really well with the grilled meats. Absolutely lovely!

A fried egg, serving of fries, coleslaw and bun are included with this plate of mixed grill. The fried egg has soft yolk and soft whites with a crispy underside. The fries are lightly salted, is crispy outside and soft inside. The coleslaw is crunch and juicy with a light sweet taste. The bun is soft and has a cream spread filling.

This mixed grill is truly enjoyable. I love it!

Chicken Cutlet

The chicken cutlet uses chicken thigh meat deep fried with a lightly coated batter. Its soft and juicy meat has nice marinated flavours, and its skin is crispy and flavourful. Comes with fries, coleslaw and a bun. This chicken cutlet is good too.

Fish & Chips

The fish fillet is deep fried until its batter is golden and crispy. Its meat is soft and juicy with really nice seasoning flavours. A dollop of mayonnaise is provided on the side. Personally, I prefer to go without as it does not overpower the lovely marinated flavours of the fish. This fish and chips is very likeable.

Fried Chicken Wings

Fried chicken wings is also available either as a side add-on or as a main with fries, coleslaw and a bun. Just like their chicken cutlet, the chicken wing is lightly coated, deep fried with crispy skin and moist meat. The fried chicken wing comes with nice flavours similar to their other meats. This one is nice too.


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Western Barbeque


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