It's usually impossible to get a seat at one-Michelin-starred Burnt Ends. The smokehouse, which most recently placed fifth on Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants list 2020, is famed for its flame-kissed meats grilled up by chef Dave Pynt and team. But now, you no longer need to snag a table months in advance to enjoy its award-winning food. The restaurant just launched island-wide delivery and takeaway on its smoky treats and baked goods fresh from the oven.
On its takeaway menu, you’ll find a selection of signature dishes including the Burnt Ends Sanger ($22) where tender 12-hour slow-cooked pulled pork comes sandwiched between home-made brioche buns; the steak sando ($48) with beef tenderloin and black garlic barbecue sauce; peri peri chicken ($54) and greens in the form of leeks ($17) with hazelnut drizzled with brown butter sauce.
It also has a selection of set meals available for the whole family to enjoy. Prices range from $54, which gets you two Sangers, a butterhead lettuce salad and a slice of berry tart, to $1,498 for a feast that feeds 10 people. This includes 10 portions of steak frites, Jamaican chicken wings, beef marmalade and lamb chops alongside other treats like king crab legs, a 1.2kg OP rib, bone marrow buns and dessert.
Looking for some of that airy sourdough? You can now bring home a loaf through its takeaway menu, or by sliding into the DMs of its head baker @tart_tatin. A small selection of reds, whites, and beers are also on the menu to complete the meal. For more variety, check out Burnt End Cellars which currently offers ten percent off its wines and free delivery for purchases above $250.
Hungry? Place your orders via its website, or ring up the restaurant for collection and have your meal to-go.