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Starting off small as a single restaurant in trendy East London, Meatliquor has now grown into an international chain of popular restaurants, and to the delight of meat loving Singaporeans is now serving up their famous fast food offerings from their stylish bar and restaurant on Duxton Road. Find out what all the fuss is about for yourself – book a table and head on over to Tanjong Pagar for a full-on American-inspired feast.
The buffalo wings were tough, tasted frozen and utterly disappointing. Burgers were ok - we tried the bacon cheeseburger, chicken burgers including the HDB. Slaws were drenched in the dressing. Service was really good but i expected more out of the food. Lunch deal at S$15 was affordable but i probably would head elsewhere for burgers in future.
Lady manager was helpful. The dead hippie burger tastes like Mcdonald's burger. Underwhelming & overpriced. Hip ambience. Though music may be too loud for some people.
Great service by staff and the food was pretty good! A little on the pricey side but the ambience was nice and there was also a Happy Hour promotion available. Would have appreciated if there were a larger range of desserts.
With its industrial-chic decor, urban furniture and signage spelling out pure SIN, Singapore’s Meatliquor SIN brings its edgy London aesthetic straight to Tanjong Pagar’s Duxton Road. From classics like the simple but mouth-watering cheeseburger, to the infamous Dead Hippie burger (two mustard-fried beef patties topped with cheese, lettuce, pickles, minced onions and Meatliquor’s own dead hippie sauce), the menu at Meatliquor SIN is working Singapore’s carnivores into a frenzy. Vegetarians won’t feel left out though, with options like the halloumi and mushroom burger available.
Pair your burger with some chilli cheese or sambal fries smothered in sambal sauce and sprinkled with crispy onions and a fried egg, and wash it all down with the Black Cow Float (Coca Cola topped with vanilla ice cream, with an optional shot of your favourite liquor) or a cocktail from the lengthy list. As Singapore’s most stylish burger joint, Meatliquor SIN can get pretty packed. Guarantee a table at this hipster hotspot in Tanjong Pagar by making a reservation in advance!