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Buckaroo BBQ & Grill

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Located at 921 Upper Bukit Timah Road, Buckaroo BBQ & Grill specializes in Western cuisine.

Wed - Mon: 16:00 - 22:00

Closed: Tue

+65 67542621
$32 based on 66 submissions
Dinner (34 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (26 votes), After Work (20 votes)
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Decent dining place within the neighborhood!

Mid scale dining made available to people within the neighborhood with pretty affordable price. Although the interior have much to improve on to prove a more comfortable dining experience, thumbs up to both the food quality and staff efficiency within this eatery!

The HGW community like this place for...

  • buffalo wings20 votes
  • mushroom soups9 votes
  • onion rings6 votes
  • clam chowder soup4 votes
  • Fish & Chips3 votes
  • Great price for beers - 5.50 per mug of San Miguel3 votes
  • Steaks and Ribs2 votes
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• 11 Apr 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Decent dining place within the neighborhood!

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Mid scale dining made available to people within the neighborhood with pretty affordable price. Although the interior have much to improve on to prove a more comfortable dining experience, thumbs up to both the food quality and staff efficiency within this eatery!
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• 17 Apr 2014 • 27 reviews • 0 follower

Closest you can get to the authentic buffalo wings

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For full review, please visit my blog The Engineer Chef:
http://theengineerchef.blogspot.sg/2014/03/buckaroo-bbq-grill-happy-50th.html


Upon entering the restaurant, I got that rustic feel just like when I was entering a neighborhood eatery in a deserted place in the USA - like the only restaurant they have in a small town, that communal and country feel.

There are in total 10 levels, and wings are sold per half dozen or per full dozen (note that 1 wing consists of both the wingette and the drumette). Level 1 is the "Combustion Wings" ($17.5/half, $26.80/full), Level 2 the "Volcano"($18.80/half, $27.80/full), and Level 3 the "Insanity" ($19.80/half, $28.80/full). Additional level comes at $1.50 per level per half dozen. Each portion is served with carrot and celery. 

Both of us started with half dozen of Level 3 the "Insanity", which to our taste bud was NOT hot / spicy at all. There was just a tinge of hot that was very subtle. Then, we ordered half dozen of Level 7 (our waiter commented that she started feeling the heat at level 7, so we dared). Level 7 was indeed the heat bomb to your lips and tongue. I managed to finish the first wing nicely, but as I was munching on my second wing, I just felt that the heat and the acid from the buffalo sauce was too much for me. I believe the perfect level to my liking will be around Level 5.   The chicken wings were fried to perfection. The skin was crispy, yet the meat was juicy and tender. The buffalo sauce was considerably good - although not the best I've ever tasted, could be the best in Singapore. It was slightly different from the traditional buffalo sauce. You could taste the acid and the heat, but you could also find more spice and herbs in the sauce as to the traditional version. 

Besides the wings, we shared the Onion Rings ($9.80/regular), which was the "must try" dish if you come to Buckaroo. The presentation of this dish was clever. All the perfectly fried golden brown rings were stacked on a tower. To me, the rings from Buckaroo can be the nicest rings I have tasted ever (no kidding). When you bite into the rings, the onion immediately disintegrate leaving a clean bite, which to me is the number one criteria of a perfectly fried onion ring. Needless to say, the batter was delicious too.   Besides all the good food, most importantly you could also enjoy one of the best hospitality you could get in a local restaurant. I would say dining at Buckaroo transports you to dining at a rustic countryside restaurant in the USA. Stop hesitating, all you have to do now is order some beer, clean your hands, and dig in! Real buffalo wings are eaten using your hands. For all buffalo wings lover, (or BBQ lovers as they sell all sorts of BBQ), Buckaroo is a must visit.
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• 13 Apr 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Not as fantastic as I thought

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Only pork chops, mushroom soup and ribs & chicken combo was worth it. Clam chowder soup was too "milky", batter for fish and chips was wet and mushy, onion rings is just deep fried onions with a interesting presentation and aglio oglio was nothing to rave about. It's just mushrooms with spaghetti
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  • Mushroom soup is nice and creamy, clam chowder was too milky.

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