Kush is about inspiration and a belief that humble yet amazing spices and ingredients unique to Southeast Asia can not only stand side by side with international classics, but also tantalise the world with their amazing flavours.
Kush is a short for Kushiyaki, which means grilled meat and vegetables on skewers. It is Singapore’s first modSin (modern Singaporean) inspired charcoal grill skewers and rice bowls concept. Peppered with a hint of nostalgia and a touch of modernity, they want to excite you with their refreshing take on local spices and ingredients. Skewers are flavoured with amazing local spices and herbs, a showcase of the evolution of local cuisine culture whilst preserving Singaporean heritage.
Apart from the main stays of skewers, Kush offers up amazing Salted Egg Fries and Singapore-style premium rice bowls. The smoky aroma from the grilled ingredients of the rice bowls contrast against robust rempahs marination. Complementing each bowl is an onsen egg (celebrating Singaporeans infectious love for runny yolk eggs) with sambal kangkong providing a spicy kick – a complete gastronomic experience in a bowl. You will be spoilt for choice with Chilli Soft Shell Crab, Grilled Beef Rendang, or Grilled Chicken Curry rice bowls.
Lemon Chicken Rice Bowl at only $8 during lunch! Who can resist a Crispy Chicken Cutlet paired with a tangy lemon sauce, all nestled on a bed of Rice? Get your Lemon Chicken Rice Bowl now! Available on Monday to Friday from 12pm – 2.30pm (excluding Saturday, Sunday and public holidays)
Skewer Bowls now come with greater value! Check out their variety of skewer bowls, now from just $6. That’s lunch sorted for you! Available on Monday to Friday from 12pm-2.30pm only (excluding Saturday, Sunday and public holidays) .
Get 3 of these Salted Egg Wings for just $7 and 5 for an even better deal at $11 only! Get these tasty wings now.
Want a fancy lunch? Charcoal Grilled Grass Fed Ribeye at only $14 during lunch (usual price $24). Available from Monday to Friday from 12pm-2.30pm (excluding Saturday and public holidays)