Things continue to blaze for FYR, the city’s top carnivore restaurant and home of the definitive “pre-historic” Caveman Supper. Following the success of its recent second birthday Caveman Cookout Brunch celebration, the restaurant now makes its corner of the CBD the place to be on a Sunday afternoon, with the launch of the regular fortnightly Sunday Caveman Cookout Brunch from today.
Open to carnivores and families alike from 12pm onwards, expect to tuck into tender, juicy meats with primal, hands-on glee, as FYR puts on a delicious spread of prime meats, including a whole suckling pig on the spit, beef steaks, lamb, bratwursts, chicken and more, alongside fresh seafood and assorted vegetable skewers. On the side are nine different home-made sauces, including favourites like mushroom, pepper, belachan and chilli coulis. Diners can choose to pay for each item (from SGD6 per meat / from SGD2 per seafood skewer / from SGD3 per sausage / from SGD2 per vegetable skewer).
The chefs are also happy to put together the restaurant’s signature Caveman Platter (for min. 2 people at SGD60 per platter), which will consist of choice cuts like suckling pig, beef short ribs, lamb ribs, pork ribs, chicken thigh and pork collar.
Complementing the array of food will be ice cold Beer Buckets (of five bottles Budweiser or San Miguel Light at SGD32 per bucket), draught beers at SGD11-13 per pint and the refreshing signature Caveman Grog, frozen or on the rocks.
Adding to the festive atmosphere is live music by a jazz band The Pocket Watchers and popular spinner DJ Adam Sky to rev up the afternoon. Kids will have their own fun with face painting, “cave” drawings, caveman dress-up and more for an exciting afternoon. They will have their own menu of goodies, including fish & chips, mini sliders and Bam Bam Slushie (SGD12 per jug / SGD6 per glass).
FYR’s Caveman Cookout Brunch gets its heat on every Sunday from now at 12pm.
FYR Cycene Ond Drinc
19 Boon Tat Street