Seafood and grilled specialties take the starring role at Tanjong Pagar’s Buttergrill, where diners are treated to fresh and delicious cuisine made using the restaurant’s signature butter varieties. Throw your outdated notions about butter out the door – at Buttergrill, butter is not only a delicious ingredient, but also a revered health food. You can find this restaurant’s amazing buttery delights at their premises on Singapore’s Tanjong Pagar Road, close to both Outram Park and Tanjong Pagar stations.
Check out Buttergrill's weekday lunch set menu here!
Butter is king at Singapore’s Buttergrill, and that’s something we’re very pleased about. It’s not just plain ol’ butter here – the chefs at Buttergrill in Tanjong Pagar infuse their own varieties with herbs and spices, creating an incredible flavour experience unlike any other. Try out the classic red butter, made using herbs, garlic, paprika powder, chilli and parsley, or the delicious red wine and figs butter, a favourite among local gourmands.
Everything at Buttergrill on Tanjong Pagar Road is cooked with butter, so prepare your tastebuds for a rich and delicious experience. Go for delicious pasta specialties like the Aragosta with grilled whole Boston lobster, fresh herbs, sauteed onions and rose sauce with Spanish black caviar, or try one of the platters and load up on seafood like Norwegian salmon fillet, whole squid, whole king prawn, fried squid and fiery mussels. Another popular option is the Australian Victoria lamb rack, served with your choice of two sides and one of the restaurant’s signature butter varieties. Book early for the chance to get buttered up at this Tanjong Pagar favourite!
The food at Buttergrill surpassed my expectations. Meats were grilled to the doneness I requested and were succulent and juicy. The seafood was fresh and well cooked. In addition, the chef agreed to my request for changes to be made to the platter.
I really love this place , seems like I have found my favorite place to eat in Singapore... Also coffee, cocktails and sweets are amazing.. I will be there to get my daily coffee!
The salted egg pizza is awesome! The steak was not bad, but it was a little thin. I will recommend this place to my friends
Food was decent and a nice quite setting on the inside compared to the outside which is more for drinks and groups. Tapas was good and very affordable :)
For a group of 6, we were seated on the second floor. We were the only group then and later in the evening 2 other tables were occupied, hence it wasn't a crowded Friday night - which was nice for us to have decent conversations. We had a truffle mushroom fries for starters. For mains, we shared the butchers platter with foie gras butter, grilled salmon with spicy salted egg yolk butter, laksa pasta with tiger prawn and spicy salted egg seafood pizza. We enjoyed the pasta and pizza very much. Can't say the same for the platter and salmon - they were just alright, not bad or not good either. Service was good. Lady server was attentive to us.
Starters such as the clams, square beef and flash fried squid were done well. They were really gone in a flash. For mains, the meats seemed unseasoned. Desserts Buttergrill tiramisu doesn't taste like tiramisu at all. Lava cake was molten as it should be. And last but not least, the craft coffee stout was great!
We ordered the sirloin and the baby back ribs; both came with seasonal vegetables and potato wedges. The sirloin was excellent (according to my BF) but the portion size was lacking for him - probably would've been adequate for a lady. My ribs were a bit dry comparing to specialized rib houses out there but the meat was flavourful. The vegetables were a nice tough with adequate quantity and the wedges were great and obviously freshly fried. Expensive if we weren't using the Entertainer app.
Set lunch at Buttergrill Restaurant is value for money and the place is good for tete-a-tete. Service staff are friendly and attentive. A trendy place for young people.
Tried the ribeye and salted egg pizza. Ribeye was good, especially with the truffle butter. Paired it with the salted egg butter which was tasty too. But the salted egg pizza didn't impress, crust wasn't crispy enough and toppings were too little.
Cosy place for dinner, great for 4pax or more so you all can try out their platter. Else dinner for two will be fantastic too, include a pint of draught beer during your meal.