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7 Fraser Street
#01-27 DUO Galleria
Singapore 189356

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11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

06:00pm - 10:00pm


11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

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Had our wedding anniversary dinner here.

Price is reasonable for this 6 course meal.

The prawns are fresh. And taste so good

The butter steak just melted in my mouth. So soft and so delicious

The lamb skewers were also damn awesome

But the winning dish is the off menu dessert item, cheesecake creme brulee. It was piping hot but so damn shiok.

Wonderful place. Great ambience.

Friendly staff. And the boss is there to also serve the food to you and elaborate on each dishes.

Located at Duo Galleria, the Meating Place is the right space for you to meet, and meat. They have a fairly simple menu, but definitely one that has been thought out - from the starters, to the mains and even the desserts.
During our first visit, they recommended sharing 3 starters, a main, and if our stomach had space, a dessert. We followed their recommendation and boy, were we stuffed.
We shared the Steak Tartare ($16), Mushroom Fricassée ($13), Cornflakes Pumpkin ($9) for starters, ordered their Dry Aged Striploin ($29) to share and ended our meal on a tangy note with their Summer-Lova ($12).
More reviews will be up on @burpple! For now, have a great Thursday, one more day till the weekend! 🎉


Dropped by Meating Place again yesterday since they have released their new brunch menu (yes, they are now open for brunch on Saturday).

Tried this off the "From the Barbeque Pit" section of the menu; tender and succulent chicken that is drenched in a light, tangy and smoky BBQ sauce that compliments the meat rather than overwhelming the meat. Each meat comes with Black Garlic Aioli (helping to cut through the meatiness for the heavier-tasting meats), Sumac Rocket Salad (really Asian-tasting and addictive, to our surprise) topped with Crispy Garlic for a crunchy texture. Yet another dish that hit the mark here; never a disappointing visit here.




With a side of garlic mayonnaise, chopped spring onions and garlic chips.

Beef was cooked to the perfect doneness (I chose medium rare).

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Chestnut Glaze, Korean Chili Flakes. The appetizer that is pretty much in your face with its description and aesthetics. The peppers carried its own fragrance well amidst that smokiness; a little bitter while the Korean Chili Flakes helps to ante up on the spiciness a little. The dish would have been totally different if not for the Chestnut Glaze; carrying a grainy texture, it carries an earthy sweetness that cuts through right where the peppers can get a little too bitter and strong, providing a good contrast of flavour.


GG French Poulet, Seasonal House-made Pickles, Truffle Honey. Was really blown away by this dish during dinner — using chicken that is farmed locally at Toh Thye San farm in Loyang. The chicken came with a crisp skin; the flesh so tender, so succulent and juicy while the skin comes glazed in a truffle honey glaze. The truffle honey glaze was truly amazing; the truffle cuts through the sweetness at the right point, providing a flavour contrast that makes their variant so different from the usual honey-glazed chicken dish. The tater tots are absolutely a charm on their own; crisp on the exterior while the potato filling were similar to those of croquettes, though less dense and creamy. The house-made pickles gives a good tang and a crunch. So delicious, we were already making plans to revisit while we were slowly going through the entire dish to savour all that goodness (and making it last, so we wouldn’t be all too sad when everything on the plate is gone).