Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Huff & Puff...

Interesting small eateries seem to spring up along Tanjong Katong Road. One such place, with a rather cute name, that I visited just recently was Big Bad Wolf.

This is one of their signatures- The Big Bad Wolf Burger ($13). I quite enjoyed this with the juicy beef patty speckled with crushed black pepper, and caramelised onions. All it needed was a bit more salt to better bring out the flavours. To have meat juices running down my hands was a joy that only juicy burgers could bring.

Lamb lovers would likely take to the Guiness Lamb Shoulder Chp ($17.50). This was sort of a stew and the meat was very tender- easily pulled apart with a spoon. I love the tasty, lamby sauce which is made of Guiness and beef jus. Cooking meats with the bone also means a deeper flavoured sauce. Good to mop up with the potato wedges!

For desserts, we opted for the Bailey's Chocolate Tart ($6). I would have preferred a more fragrant tart shell but the combination of alcohol and dark chocolate worked well to lure both chocoholics and alcoholics. Moohehe.

Speaking of alcohol... just makes one thirsty. Drinking it is almost always better. LOL.

A full pint of crisp Stella Artois ($10) is just $8 all-day on Sundays!

But it is a shame not to try some of their craft beers available. I got myself a bottle of Hawthone Premium Pale Ale ($12) and enjoyed its tropical rich fruit flavours. Lychee and honey? Yes, but it's thankfully not sweet and had with a nice body.

Can't help but to take a shot of the wolf motif on the chair. Cute no? :p

Finally, please note that no Big Bad Wolf on leash is allowed! Moohahahaha.

Big Bad Wolf
226 Tanjong Katong Road
Tel: 6346 6858

Chew On This:
Ask for your Bedisloyal Card and get a stamp with an order of a craft beer (not those on tap). Visit the other 7 partnering places and collect stamps when you order a craft beer (one stamp per place per visit). After collecting all 8 stamps, head back to the first place you visited and get a free craft beer! Disloyalty now has its privileges.

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