He has breathed new life into the weekend menu with palate-pleasing brunch favourites cleverly amped up with international flavours.
Are you ready to see what's in store?
Wagyu Sukiyaki ($32) is always a good idea, especially when it comes with a smoked egg yolk. Expect exceedingly tender melt-in-your-mouth wagyu beef slices draped in a sweet and flavourful marinade!
The white wine was really delightful as well. Do you see how the name of the wine is written on the base of the wine glass? The wine glasses at Butcher's Block are all customized so that words can be written on them — no more confusion (mixing up of glasses or mixing up of similar looking wines). Smart!
Taking centrestage is the Lobster Bao with smoked trout roe ($58) which interestingly features a charcoal black "bao". Sandwiched between the soft bao that's armed with a light crisp is a cold creamy mix of plump lobster garnished with smoked trout roe. It tasted just as good as it looked! Also, I especially enjoyed the side of well-seasoned potato wedges which had a thin crisp skin, and fluffy middle.
You can look forward to wallet-friendly and delicious brunch fare, great ambience, and impeccable service at Butcher's Block always. Would really highly recommend that you pop by for brunch!