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The city’s best – and naughtiest – barbecue can be found on Singapore’s Tanjong Katong Road. Serving up the best cuts of meats and signature sauces that will have you squealing, Naughty Pigs is pulling out the big guns when it comes to pork, beef and chicken. This is the type of place where you’re welcome to get down and dirty, and maybe even loosen up the belt a couple of notches before diving in. And best of all? This Marine Parade restaurant is open six days a week for when you’re feeling naughty.
not too bad. the one in Bali is better, but this is ok
Mouth watering ribs, perfectly grilled. Service may be tart but forgiven for the heavenly food.
The ribs was really good and worth going! service was excellent too, had a problem with my reservation but they still slot us in without much hassle. parking might be a problem though.
Prepared fresh daily, the barbecue on offer at Marine Parade’s Naughty Pigs is truly top notch. A place to bring the entire clan, Naughty Pigs on Singapore’s Tanjong Katong Road is family friendly and the perfect place to introduce your little ones to the joys of slow-cooked, barbecued meats. Featuring a casual atmosphere, guests are welcome to stop in and unwind after a hard day (or a lazy one – there are no judgements here) and kick back, relax and pig out.
The menu at Naughty Pigs gets right to the point – it’s all about meat, meat and more meat. We recommend the Naughty super ribs, slow-cooked premium grade fresh baby-back ribs cooked to perfection and doused in the restaurant’s super-secret Naughty Sauce. There’s so much more than pork available at Naughty Pigs, including favourites like the Naughty wings, Naughty Thai crispy fish, and Naughty Hawaiian pizza. The restaurant even looks out for vegetarians, with choices like the incredible Naughty Thai tofu and truffle fries. It’s all finger lickin’ good, but you’ll need to make a reservation before visiting this popular barbecue joint in Singapore’s Marine Parade.