When Singapore foodies go out for a meal, Tanjong Pagar is always close to the top of their destination lists. Between Tanjong Pagar and Telok Ayer Metro stations lies Telok Ayer Street, and on that street one can find Meat Smith, a friendly American restaurant with a flair for low and slow cooking, BBQ, smoked meats and fried chicken, all cooked to perfection by their chef, Andrew Baldus. Cap it all off with picklebacks and craft beers and you’ve got a southern sensation that’ll have you piling into the General Lee and heading down to Meat Smith for a culinary tour of the US in no time.
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Genuine food. Great service and atmosphere. Family friendly. We had the spare ribs, the cheeseburger, the buffalo wings and the chicken as well as some other items to share.
Fantastic meat selection, done perfectly with rubs made in heaven. Something for every meat lover salivating over tender juicy deliciousness. Burnt ends are a must!
Meat is awesome. love the place. nice any time of the week
Tanjong Pagar is one of the best known areas in Singapore for eating out, and at Meat Smith on Telok Ayer Street, they are flying the flag for American cuisine in this great dining district. Situated close to Tanjong Pagar and Telok Ayer Metro stations, they are easy to reach from all over the city, and when you get there, you are sure to be impressed by the menu that executive chef Andrew Baldous has devised, with buns baked fresh daily on site, housemade rubs and sauces – in fact, everything is made from scratch in the restaurant by the chef.
Meat Smith takes advantage of their two authentic, USA-made Southern Pride smokers to bring out the best in the meat dishes on the menu. This friendly Singapore restaurant offers a range of smoked meats including the very popular pork ribs, beef brisket, pulled pork and steaks, as well as a huge array of sides and starters, all in an American BBQ theme. Plus, Meat Smith’s fully-stocked bar boasts a wide range of craft beers, barrel-aged cocktails and famous picklebacks. Singapore is known for Chinese and Indian food, but down on Telok Ayer Street in Tanjong Pagar, they are putting the USA on the culinary map – book a table ahead of time to snag the perfect table.