Bar B Q Tonight - Stanley St
About Bar B Q Tonight - Stanley St
One of Pakistan’s top restaurants has finally landed – with two locations – in Singapore, and we couldn’t be more excited. With numerous outlets across the Middle East, the brand has become synonymous with high quality barbecue, friendly customer service and comfortable surrounds. The Stanley Street outlet, found in Singapore’s Tanjong Pagar and close to Telok Ayer station, is a great restaurant for the entire family, and an ideal spot to introduce your children to the exciting world of Pakistani barbecue.
Started by the Sardar brothers back in 1988, Bar B Q Tonight has taken off to become a household name in Pakistan, and since setting up two locations in Singapore (here on Stanley Street in Tanjong Pagar and another on Roberts Lane), the restaurant has been growing consistently in popularity. Placing importance on hygienic practices and quality cuisine above all, this restaurant has rightfully earned a reputation for excellence in the city’s burgeoning foodie scene.
Singapore’s Bar B Q Tonight on Tanjong Pagar’s Stanley Street features a lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch buffet, providing an ideal way for diners to sample the restaurant’s best at an affordable price. The a la carte menu is full of great choices for meat lovers and vegetarians alike – herbivores are encouraged to go for the palak paneer, a beloved dish made with pureed spinach, tomatoes, green chilies, coriander and cubes of cottage cheese. As for the barbecue, you can’t go wrong with options such as the lamb ribs, the Afghani chicken boti, the reshmi kebab or the grilled jumbo prawns. No matter what your reason for visiting is, be sure to reserve in advance!
The food was good. The place was clean. Service was ok. Only one waiter for the whole restaurant. Tried the biryani, it was good. Fair warning, no raita. The waiter tried and failed to successfully convince me that the mint dip for kebabs can be used as raita. Overall not bad, decent quantity for the price.
had the buffet which was nothing much to offer, just the normal fare of dhal, kebab, chicken, naan and briyani. Naan was too thick and hard, chicken briyani was soggy. Probably not the buffet, but may come back for it's ala'carte order.
Food was okay, we went for lunch buffet, selection wasn't great but reasonable at S$20 nett. Will consider revisit if given a chance (and feels like Indian food).