Situated in the heart of Duxton Village, this 100-seater site is the first outpost outside the UK for MEATliquor founders, Scott Collins and Yianni Papoutsis.
Design firm, Shed – which has completed the interiors for MEATliquor’s other characterful venues – once again added its expertise to this venue in Singapore.
Set over four traditional shophouses, the exterior of MEATliquor SINgapore emits a red, somewhat seedy glow. Its entrance is shielded by black and white screens, while the interior features a riotous eruption of eccentric finishes.
Shed has upheld the theatrical quality of the other MEATliquor venues, bringing in playful references to the maritime heritage and culture of the local area in its design.
A mash up of favourite elements, outrageous characters and eccentric finishes have been drawn from the various existing MEATliquor branches, and given an artful twist to reflect the restaurant’s Singapore location.
A map room, entered through abbatoir curtains, allows diners to take a seat at the ‘captain’s table’, and to sip cocktails from the world globe drinks cabinet.
Elsewhere, mind-washing lyrics of drunken sailors and maidens are scribed across the venue’s ceiling, floors and walls.
“The airport code of SIN alone suggested this might be the place for us,” says MEATliquor founders Scott Collins and Yianni Papoutsis. “As fans of the city, we’re excited to open our first international outpost in Singapore.”