[Closed] MEATliquor’s First Overseas Outpost In Singapore – Fab or Fad?

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Update: MEATliquor Singapore has officially closed.

With several outlets across the U.K. and now Singapore too, MEATliquor has really come a long, long way.

The world-famous burgers had its humble beginnings; they were served right out of a van in a car park at Peckham, South London in 2009. Today, award-winning MEATliquor is one of the most established brands for burgers in the competitive food industry.

MEATliquor’s burgers have became quite a legend at its place of origin, where the Brits would queue up for more than an hour in the freezing winter just to get their hands on a burger! Like every other enthusiastic foodie, we were thrilled to experience what MEATliquor in Singapore has to offer. Was it going to live up to its hype or would it be a disappointing fad?

MEATliquor Singapore has taken over a 4,500 sq ft space at Duxton Hill. Expect catchy neon lights, banging loud music and artistic graffiti strewn all over the ceiling and walls at the specialty burger restaurant.

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The signature burger is the Dead Hippie (S$22++), which comprises two mustard-fried beef patties, minced white onions, pickles, lettuce, American cheese and their in-house secret sauce sandwiched between two fluffy buns.

The Cheese Burger (S$19++) and Bacon Cheeseburger (S$23++) were unfortunately lacklustre in comparison to the bestselling Dead Hippie.

In an attempt to cater to the locals’ tastebuds, MEATliquor Singapore has introduced a few new exclusive items such as Shambal Fries (S$12++) and Thai Thighs (S$15++) – the former is essentially fries covered with crispy onions, fried egg and sambal-like sauce, while the latter is panko-breaded boneless chicken thigh with chilli, fresh mint and Thai dressing.


The burgers are priced between S$18++ to S$24++, which is actually considerably decent given its global reputation – until the shockingly tiny burgers were placed on our table. We were honestly expecting something bigger than palm-sized!

We may have been expecting too much, but that was only because the outlet in London sure left a great impression since our first visit. Truth to be told, MEATliquor is a lot sexier there in the U.K..

MEATliquor Singapore
99 Duxton Road
Singapore 089543
Tel: +65 6221 5343
Mon to Wed: 5pm – 12am
Thu to Fri: 5pm – 2am
Sat: 5pm – 3am
Sun: Closed
Nearest Station: Tanjong Pagar