7 Fraser Street
#01-27 DUO Galleria
Singapore 189356

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Saturday:
11:00am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 09:00pm

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
11:00am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 09:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 09:00pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 09:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 09:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 09:00pm

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No fail option, really big portions at this place! You get to choose your choice of bread for the different sandwiches and whether to have fires or not. The meat is a mix nice mix of tender and fatty cut, really juicy! Go for the brioche for a pillowy soft option to complement the shortrib!

PSA they encourage pre-ordering so yay

The pudding didn't taste of tamarind at all, and the vanilla ice cream was decent. Pudding was a bit tasteless honestly, but the sauce absolutely saved the dish. Looks transparent but the sticky sauce was v sweet, with a unbelievable coconut taste. Paired w waves of roasted nuttiness, the sauce really gave me a wow moment. I won't say it's a must try, due to the disappointment from the lack of tamarind as well as not all the components being stunning, but the sauce was nothing short of stunning

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PSA lunch menu and dinner menu is vastly different, do your research before coming here.

Tender yes, but doesn't have a nice bite. It's decent enough but when you mix everything tgt, the sweet creamy mouthfeel isn't something I'd crave for should I be expecting meatiness. It's closer to comfort food, really depends on what you expect.

What a dish. The skin was gloriously caramelised and was crispy. Flesh was v tender and perfumed well w smoke, while the sweetness was apparent. Dip was not bad as well, reminiscent of a thick curry. Highly recommended!

I was seriously intrigued by the selection of desserts in their lunch menu. Although there were only four to choose from, each one of them seemed interesting on its own.

We all know that chilli and chocolate could create sparks if done well. And that was what this Chilli Crack Cake (S$16.00) was all about. Yes, for a dessert that came in this size it was not so pocket-friendly, but I was really nodding with approval when I tasted the chilli in the predominantly-chocolate dessert; there were spicy notes but no burn involved.

While the alcohol was hardly noticeable within the chocolate mousse by the side, this was a good dessert that rounded up my meal with a pleasant and positive touch.

While I wasn’t exactly sure if I would classify Meating Place as a café, they do serve some interesting protein-based mains and a relatively nicely-done coffee.

The Wagyu Tender (S$25.00) was a Japanese-inspired rice bowl that came with horseradish lemon cream, Onsen egg, shredded crispy potato and a generous portion of sliced beef. The best way to take this dish was perhaps to mix everything together to get a balance of flavours and textures.

I felt that it was quite a saucy dish with the short-grained rice well-covered with sauce and runny egg. Although all the ingredients could be savoured without being overpowered by one another, I did appreciate having that glass of water after this just to wash everything down and cleanse the palate a bit.

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