Time Out says
The idea behind Smoke House Charcoal BBQ at Great World City is certainly a novel one: a supermarket section stocked with an array of meats operating in tandem with a dine-in 70-seat restaurant that looks like a posher version of the Korean BBQ joints you see along Tanjong Pagar Road, complete with shiny exhaust ducts. Here’s how it works – either grocery shop for takeaway or purchase cuts like the wagyu chateaubriand ($46/100g), kurobuta pork ($16/100g) and US ribeye ($15/100g) along with drinks and desserts, which you then bring over to the restaurant to be grilled and consumed. There’s also a $10 cover charge ($8 for lunch) that grants you access to a freeflow salad bar, condiments station and a delicatessen.
#01-37 Great World City
1 Kim Seng Promenade
|Opening hours:||Daily noon-3pm, 6-10.30pm|
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