[Circuit Breaker Special] Meat & Greet is offering the following “Circuit Breaker” promotion:

Pasta Pair Deal ($20): (Choice of 2 pastas) Duck Pasta / Beef Brisket Pasta / Pork Ragu Pasta
Meat & Greet Feast ($60 – good for 4): ‘How Long!?’ Beef Brisket + Special K Ribs + Lamb Kebab + Chicken Kebab + Magic Mushrooms + Cajun Fries + Brown Buttered Corn Kernels

Order form: https://forms.gle/T17JGcWhq5D5W2PB8

They delivery to specific areas on different dates (check their instagram). Customers are recommended to order by 3pm the day before with choice of delivery time. Minimum order of $20.

They will send you a text with your total sum due and payment instructions. Once payment has been made via bank transfer, they will make the delivery accordingly.

Sprout Hub is a food social hub located in the heartland of Redhill, with an aim of promoting urban agriculture.

Foodies may find it an ‘adventure’ make all the way here (it’s quite a find actually), but there are actually 4 F&B operations within – Meat & Greet, 米o-kome (rice bowls), LOK-KOL (lok lok skewers), and PYROAST (coffee).

If this was publicised during better times, instagrammers would probably fall in love with the white open space, its natural daylight and greenery – what many would describe as a hidden find.

This place is like refurnished canteen, but done up such that it has become quite inviting. Plus, tables are placed quite apart, good for social-distancing.

Meat & Greet is about serving delicious, no-nonsense grub which are grilled, smoked and barbecued.

The team has previously worked in various restaurants covering a wide spectrum of cuisine ranging from authentic Chinese to Italian.

They pride themselves from making everything in-house, be it smoked meats, unusual sides or comforting desserts.

”We have done away with the usual trappings of a restaurant and are fully focused on the food we produce.”

The starters already look fairly interesting, with offerings of Peanut Hummus served with grilled pita ($6), Tim’s Prawn Otah Toast ($5), and Hot Wings ($5).

As for the mains, you get ‘How Long!?’ Beef Brisket ($20), Special K Ribs ($20), Chicken Kebab ($15) and Pulled Lamb Kebab ($17).

Each main is accompanied with one or two sides, with choices of Magic Mushrooms, Cajun Fries, Root Crisps and Brown Buttered Corn Kernels. The sides are available as separate orders from $4 to $5.

For foodies who love your meat, the ‘How Long!?’ Beef Brisket ($20) is said to be prepared with a 2-day process, with the meat smoked with PYROAST’s coffee grounds.

While this came without a sauce and looked lean on appearance, the brisket was richly flavourful, succulent, and sufficient tenderness.

Do order some of those Magic Mushrooms as well, cooked with three different types of mushroom, with an alluring smoky aftertaste.

Cajun fries came in the form of curly fries, which proved to be rather addictive.

Meat & Greet
Sprout Hub, 102 Henderson Road, Singapore 159562
Tel: +65 9362 2462
Opening Hours: 11am – 9pm (Mon – Fri), 10am – 9pm (Sat – Sun)

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