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Restaurant review: The Refinery on King George’s Avenue, Singapore

The Refinery
115 King George’s Avenue | 9111 1210

 

 

The most recent addition to the Jalan Besar foodie enclave is The Refinery, a modern yakitori restaurant that’s skewering everything from wagyu rib-eye and roasted pork to shiitake mushrooms and asparagus (from $4, tasting platters from $36). The embodiment of industrial chic (the location used to house a hardware store), the open-air restaurant has a dining hall downstairs and a mixology bar and artisan den upstairs, though most of the offerings – such as brown bags stuffed with salted egg onion rings and deep-fried oysters (from $8) – scream beer-drinking food to us. Though sticks are their forte, don’t miss the spicy mee, a bowl of lip-scorching noodles with succulent pulled char siew for a mere $6.

 

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