I started this BBQ blog a few years back because a lot of my customers were asking me questions about grills. Most of them had the same issues such as how to clean the grills, how to maintain the BBQ, how to use certain accessories etc etc. After a while, I figured that I should just write (or type!) it all out so if they always have a place to go for reference.

Over time, I started getting more and more questions from readers who wanted to know more about the BBQ scene in Singapore and I realised that there just wasn’t enough Singapore-specific answers out there like what brands are available locally, what kinds of recipes you can use with what’s available in the supermarkets here.

I really wanted this blog to turn into a culinary journal for everyone to give and take from, because honestly, even though I myself am in the business, I don’t know everything there is to know. So I hope my readers can contribute their thoughts and feedback to my site! I’d like to know what people want in their barbecues, what sort of recipes work best, where you get your sauces and marinades from, how you use certain grill accessories and if you do things differently from me.

There’s no right way to BBQ, and I want to experiment as much as I can. 🙂

P.S. If you’re wondering, yes, this blog is totally biased! Because I do my best to bring barbecues into Singapore that I personally like, and that I think other BBQ lovers in Singapore will also like, I do naturally favour these brands and models. Each model has been carefully considered for certain aspects of the each individual Singapore-dweller’s lifestyle (whether you’re a beginner at BBQ-ing, or reached expert mode! Whether you’re on a budget, or want to show off, or have space constraints, I do my best to cover it all).

5 thoughts on “About

  1. chew kk says:

    Love you kimono grill. Where do you buy it. Is it better than traditional has and charcoal grills. Read about the big green egg in America. Is this similar?

    • bbqlovers says:

      Hi Chew KK!

      Thank you for your comment. At the moment, the Kokomo is only displayed at the Proline showroom, but you can also purchase it from any of the authorized dealers close to you (find out more by contacting Proline @ 6779 0500)

      As a charcoal grill, I find that the temperature consistency is much better than your usual charcoal grill due the the ceramic shell it’s made of. Most charcoal grills require you to wait around to maintain the fire, but when we were cooking with the Kokomo, it was easy to do a slow cook because we didn’t have to watch the fire all the time. Because of the consistency, you can also bake in the Kokomo!

      Yes, it’s similar to the Big Green Egg in terms of it being a kamado grill.

  2. Ruben says:

    Nice! Keep those post coming. Anyway, I’m actually looking for a gas grill suitable for 6-8 pax, with a budget of about $700. Since you’re in the business of barbecues, who is there better to ask than you! So is there any good recommendation within the budget range? Thank you in advance!

  3. Zachary says:

    Hi there! I stumbled onto this blog looking to buy a barbecue pit in Singapore. I’m looking for an offset smoker, because I recently tried some barbecue from Franklin BBQ in Austin and want to try to recreate that back home. I was hoping you could help, thanks!

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