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    MEATliquor Singapore
    MEATliquor founders Scott Collins (left) and Yianni Papoutsis (right)

    Cult English burger joint MEATliquor is bringing the mother of all burgers to Singapore this May. With the new opening, MEATliquor Singapore will mark the trendy burger house’s first international foray.

    Diners can expect American style comfort food (read: sinful) and specialty cocktails at the new outfit, tipped to be located at swanky Duxton Road. While the menu is not yet firmed up, we hear some of the signature dishes from its London outlets have made the cut. They include the Dead Hippie featuring two mustard-fried beef patties coated in the mysterious ‘Dead Hippie Sauce’, Deep Fried Pickles, Dirty Chicken Burger and more.

    What’s also very exciting is the restaurant’s plan to infuse some local elements to its menu here. From our famous chicken rice, laksa to chilli crab, I’m sure its chefs will be spoilt for choice.

    MEATliquor Singapore

    MEATliquor Singapore

    99 Duxton Rd, Singapore 089543

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      Guess how Dojo stands out against the sea of burger joints in Singapore – by simply specialising only in pork burgers. Why didn’t anyone think of that earlier?

      The newly opened all-pork burger joint at Circular Road offers 8 types of pork burgers and 2 pork sandwiches, among other sides and salads. Smaller eaters can go for the Komba Bao ($6 for 2), braised pork belly wrapped in (very oily) fried mantou or Ninja ($10), which comes with a pork patty glazed with sweet teriyaki sauce.

      Dojo menu board

      Else, try the Hadoken ($13), featuring a pork patty with spicy chilli meat sauce, cheese and chopped onions topped with bacon strips (bak kwa would be nice too). Or, the mother-of-all-burgers, the Sumo ($13), a hefty burger featuring a pork patty, roasted sesame dressing, crispy batter-fried pork belly and a salad. Who’d have thought that pork could be this versatile?

      Prices at Dojo are reasonable, considering that all the burgers come with a side of fries and a drink.

      Go for the Sumo burger for the ultimate pork experience

      While not a burger, the real stars of the show are the pork grillets ($6) and pork grillets XXX ($8, fattier version). The grilled juicy pork chunks with charred outsides are the porcine version of the addictive popcorn chicken. Sinful but so good.


      72 Circular Road

      Tel: 6438 4410