Buckaroo BBQ & Grill is popular with the after-work crowd hungry for some western-style food up near Bukit Panjang. And this Upper Bukit Timah Road restaurant is western on several fronts – not only is the food of the barbecue-and-burgers type, but the place has a distinctive First Nations vibe to it, with cigar store Indians and dream catchers presiding over an American feast fit for a chieftain. When it comes to the weekend, watch out for Buckaroo’s famous Sunday brunch offer – great for a family outing in Singapore.
Love their buffalo wings :)) Great place to dine with a photo booth
It's sad to know that they are closing soon. Hope they can find a new place and reopen for business!
always generous portions, loved the wings. usually not crowded until after 7. ordered soup bowl, nachos and wings tonight and would comd back again for comfort food.
Towering spires of onion rings, big burgers for dad, and little burgers for the kids. If you’re a street food fanatic in Singapore you might have encountered Buckaroo BBQ & Grill’s mobile food truck hawking traditional American and western-style food all over the city, but it’s their home turf at the Bukit Panjang end of Upper Bukit Timah Road that you want to pay a visit too for the real deal. The restaurant itself is a riot of red and white checked tablecloths, canteen-style communal tables, and curios culled from the pages of a cowboys and Indians comic.
Two signature dishes at Buckaroo BBQ & grill that you won’t want to miss out on are the hot and spicy buffalo wings (if you can take the heat ask for your spice level to be set to Kill) and the perfectly grilled 400g ribeye steak. Match those with an ice-cold beer and a tower of onion rings and your American diner experience is complete. Always popular with Bukit Panjang and Choa Chu Kang locals, you’ll definitely want to book ahead if you plan on dining in with Buckaroo’s beloved Sunday brunch. Choose from the big breakfast platter, Black Angus striploin minute steak with eggs, classic Eggs Benedict or sweet waffles or, if you can prove you’re 12 years old or under, an even longer list of fun dishes designed for Singapore’s smaller but no less adventurous appetites.