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The Refinery

3006 Wishlisted
~$25/pax
The Refinery is a brand new concept jointly developed by the crafty folks of The General Co and the space gurus of Architology consisting of part casual dining restaurant, part mixology bar and part designer workspace.

115 King George's Avenue
#01-02
Singapore 208561

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Tuesday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 01:00am

Saturday:
11:00am - 04:00pm
06:00pm - 01:00am

Sunday:
11:00am - 04:00pm

Monday:
Closed

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@therefinerysg changed my opinions on how cauliflowers can taste with the Frittos. It was so good! There isn’t the earthy/flowery taste that I normally associate with cauliflowers and despite being deep fried, wasn’t overwhelmingly oily but easy on the palates.

The nuggets were better than most that I have had but the curry mayo is the star of the show! Although it is said to be inspired by macca’s version, it has far surpassed it! And it packs a punch too on the heat scale!

The smoked duck rice bowl was very flavourful as well and the duck was cooked to perfection, imo.

Lastly, the cocktail. Although it cost as much as all the 3 dishes combined 😂 it was great! It didn’t really taste like an alcoholic beverage at all and had all the right zesty and floral notes of a lemon barley. Pretty sure the fiancée would love it too.

All in all, super impressed and would definitely be dining at @therefinerysg soon!

Price: $16/ main dish
Price side dish: $12 Mentaiko fries

Description: Cafe concept is Japanese style.
The food are good & nicely cooked n serve to customers who enters the cafe 😇

Loved their cosy ambience and hidden gem in lavender behind all the old industrial buildings! Good for weekend brunch and weekday dinner. Have to try their unagi ricebowl, salted egg rings and mentaiko fries. If you like raw salmon, they have tuna and salmon bowls as well (like chirashi)!!! Definitely coming back to try their coffee next time 😍

Cost: 7bucks each
Description: For the Ice Hojicha Multigrain Latte, it has an aftertaste of bubble tea, sweet and refreshing sip of coffee to enjoy with.

Venue: 115 King George’s Ave
Cost: $16
Description:
Salmon cubes, Tuna, Octopus cuts, Tosses with homemade sauce, ikura, nori, fried wanton skins

Quite a healthy and value-for-money lunch option with servings of the gorgeous protein, along with a mix of ikura, nori, fried wanton skins cucumber cubes and edamame. Sprawled over a bed of rice, the marinated salmon cubes were fresh and generous, and the bits of fried wanton skin added a crunch factor.

For sharing, we ordered a side of nuggets ($6.90) that were served hot and crispy with a nice shade of golden brown. Refinery's version of their curry cuts quite close to Macs though it's less thick with a stronger taste of the spices within.

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