Mention barbeque and Korean BBQ is often the first thing people think of. But yakiniku, its Japanese counterpart, is an alternative that’s growing in popularity. ‘What’s that’, you ask? Picture this: thin cuts of premium meats, grilled over a charcoal stove for maximum flavour. It’s easier to understand if you try it yourself. That’s why we’re introducing to you 5 places on Oddle Eats where you can make a reservation or order delivery.
The moment you step into Syohachi Yakiniku, you’re greeted by the mouthwatering aroma of grilled meats. Their famous A5 Wagyu and wide selection of premium cuts are flown in from the award-winning Hidakami Ranch in Japan.
For a quick lunch, consider bento sets such as the Yakiniku Japanese A5 Wagyu Beef Bento. With more time, however, you’d want to go for their buffet options. From 11.30 am to 5 pm, there’s the Yakiniku Lunch Ala Carte Buffet (90 minute dining time). You’re given a tasting platter of Wagyu beef, beef cuts, and seafood, while chicken, pork, and other seafood are free-flow. It’s a dining experience too good to pass up!
While not exactly an authentic yakiniku joint, halal-certified Tomahawk King Yakiniku deserves a spot on our list for their mouth-watering cuts of A5 Satsuma Wagyu. This ultra-premium meat is derived only from Wagyu cattle bred by award-winning Japanese farmers, and you can attest to its quality when you see how well-marbled the meat is.
At Tomahawk, you can also choose from thin cuts tenderloin, ribeye, or striploin to indulge in a satisfying meal.
Where: 324 Changi Rd, Singapore, 419799
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If you’re concerned about the lingering aroma of smoke post-barbeque, fret not. Yakiniku-GO Plus uses electric grills, and they offer all sorts of ala carte items including wagyu beef, chicken, and seafood. One must-try is the Dragon Karubi (120g) (from $15.80++)—a well-marinated, fatty, and flavourful beef short plate. If you want to go all-out, look out for their premium platters like the GO+ Wagyu A5 Platter (from $89.80++). With 3 kinds of wagyu cuts and thick-cut beef tongue, this 270g platter will elevate your yakiniku experience.
Where: 3 Temasek Blvd, Suntec City Mall, Tower 5 West Wing, #01-353, Singapore, 038983
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Awarded a Michelin plate in 2019, Yen Yakiniku is famous for its top-notch quality meats. If you’re eating with others, consider their sets for 2, 3, or 4 people respectively. Each set comes with impeccable variety and quality: think A5 oyster blade, A5 wagyu cuts, US prime short rib, Iberico pork jowl, and more. To top it all off, wagyu-fat fried rice and salad are served alongside.
These meats are available in individual portions too if you’re dining alone. For those who can’t decide, order Today’s Special (from $52.80++) and leave it up to the chef.
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