Wind down and enjoy a wonderful evening at Burnt Ends with unpretentious barbecue nosh. The casual Australian barbecue restaurant in Chinatown has not only held its one-Michelin star since first awarded in 2018 but also most recently clinched a spot on the 2021 San Pellegrino World’s 50 Best Restaurants List!
Helmed by Australian chef and owner Dave Pynt, get to watch him and the crew in action as the food at Burnt Ends is grilled right before your eyes at the vibrant open kitchen in front of the counter seats, which boast a custom four-tonne, dual cavity oven designed by chef Pynt himself, and four elevation grills.
The menu changes daily at Burnt Ends, but one thing that remains constant is Chef Pynt’s wood-fire cooking method that permeates the meats, seafood, and even vegetables in a deeply aromatic, smoky flavor. Some of his creations include Lamb Shank Barbacoa, Pakistani Lamb Chops, Blackmore’s OP Rib, Grilled Eggplant and Miso, and King Crab with Garlic Brown Butter.
Designed by Emma Maxwell of Emma Maxwell Design, the interiors of the new Burnt Ends at Dempsey Road will feature an expanded dining area to accommodate more Burnt Ends patrons and new diners alike, while still providing a full view of the open kitchen!
Burnt Ends is the place to go to when you’re hankering for juicy barbecued meats! The dishes here are bold, and the ambiance isn’t intimidating for a Michelin-starred restaurant.
Date nights for couples, and for those who are celebrating a special occasion.
Burnt Ends will be moving into a bigger space along Dempsey Road end November 2021, together with Burnt Ends Bakery (known for its donuts, sourdough bread, and focaccia), which currently occupies the upper floor of the Teck Lim building.
*Latest update: Bakery is set to open at the end of November and restaurant in December 2021!
Opening hours: (Dine-in) Tuesday - Saturday 11:45am and 1:30pm, Monday - Saturday 6pm and 8:30pm.
(Takeaway) Tuesday - Saturday 11:30am - 12pm, Monday - Saturday 5pm - 6pm
Main Image Credit: Burnt Ends