Meat Liquor to open Singapore site

10 March 2015 by
Meat Liquor to open Singapore site

Burger restaurant group Meat Liquor is to open its first site outside the UK in Singapore, called Meat Liquor Singapore.

The new 100-cover site in the Duxton Hill area will be a joint venture with Jacques Dejardin's The Blind Group, which curently operates restaurants and bars in Singapore including restaurant and bar Oxwell & Co and cocktail bar Operation Dagger.

It is Meat Liquor's seventh site in under five years and will offer UK classics such as the Dead Hippie, dirty chicken burger, deep-fried pickles and chili cheese fries. The menu will also include a mix of new locally sourced Singapore ingredients.

As with the UK sites, the space will be designed by interior architects Shed.

Founders Scott Collins and Yianni Papoutsis said: "We were invited out by Jacques. The airport code of SIN alone suggested this might be the place for us. Three days of eating and drinking later, we had our suspicions confirmed."

Jacques Dejardin of the Blind Group said: "We can't wait to introduce Singapore residents, workers and globetrotters to Meat Liquor. We have been fans of everything they have done in the UK and we're excited to see Meat Liquor's take on Asia."

Meat Liquor Singapore is set to open in May 2015.

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