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Jerry's Barbecue & Grill (Club Street)

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AmericanSteak and GrillsWestern
Address: 92 Club Street
In-keeping with the Memphis barbecue tradition, only hickory-treated wood is used in the slow, smoking process used to produce the tender, moist, flavourful rack Jerry’s Barbecue & Grill is known for. Even better, the smoked ribs are dressed (not slathered) with Jerry’s special barbeque sauce .

Daily: 12:00 - 22:00

+65 63234550
$38 based on 35 submissions
Dinner (13 votes), After Work (11 votes), Lunch (9 votes)
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Huge portions, decent food.

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Having come here with high expectations we have to say we were slightly disappointed. Portions are HUGE and in that sense it's really value for money.

However the starters were only decent ("Buffalo Wings" with no vinegar are totally NOT buffalo wings), and the ribs were a little overcooked. The sauce was delicious though!

Jerry's is a nice place to come eat if you're in the area and craving for wings, but not quite worth a long journey. Non-halal (obviously).

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• 25 Mar 2015 • 63 reviews • 4 followers

Huge portions, decent food.

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Please click here for full review and photos.

Having come here with high expectations we have to say we were slightly disappointed. Portions are HUGE and in that sense it's really value for money.

However the starters were only decent ("Buffalo Wings" with no vinegar are totally NOT buffalo wings), and the ribs were a little overcooked. The sauce was delicious though!

Jerry's is a nice place to come eat if you're in the area and craving for wings, but not quite worth a long journey. Non-halal (obviously).
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• 17 Dec 2014 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

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Went there on 16/12/2014 for dinner with a couple of friends and together we ordered the truffle fries for starters, fillet mignon for me, pulled pork burger, vegan burger and vegan pasta for my friends.  The fries were lacking the truffle taste, my fillet mignon was dry and was extremely small, and the vegan pasta was really oily. The only consolation was the burgers, which were good, but it won't get us to return anytime soon. Price wise, aside from the truffle fries and fillet mignon, the rest were averagely priced for this area.
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• 28 Jul 2014 • 212 reviews • 5 followers

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Jerry's has been around for 20 years now. Had a wonderful time as there as I had the opportunity to try out a couple food choices and had good hospitality service.

Tryout their Buffalo Wings, Quesadilla and Sticky date pudding if you are heading down!

More pics and thoughts at http://lepakwithyaops.com/jerrys-bbq-and-grill-authentic-american-food
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