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Yakiniku Restaurants

The Japanese black wagyu ribeye features excellent marbling
Affiliated with the popular Ito-Kacho opened in Tokyo in 2009, the restaurant on the top floor of Mandarin Gallery follows the same ethos of the former, offering yakiniku using chilled instead of frozen meats. Some of the meats’ nutrients are broken down during the freezing process and the...
Tender homemade hamburg on a hotplate
Nikunohi is a beef-focused restaurant from Tokyo. The Singapore outlet is their first and only overseas branch. Helmed by Kensuke Sakai (whose claim to fame was being the youngest contestant to compete in cooking show Iron Chef), the restaurant offers yakiniku meats like beef tongue (...
Niku somen is shredded wagyu with dashi, seaweed, grated yam and spring onion
A sexy but zen yakiniku restaurant favored by the business crowd, this place specializes in Omakase-style barbecue ($98/$120) including dishes like Niku Somen (raw wagyu sliced into thin “noodles”) and Yaki Suki (sliced wagyu with sweet sukiyaki...
The restaurant specializes in beef from black cattle bred in Miyazaki prefecture
Together with its sister restaurant Shabuya and Shochu Bar next door, Tajimaya provides a slice of authentic Japanese dining at Vivocity. Specializing in yakiniku, Tajimaya is where diners can enjoy a charcoal grill experience like no other, where a high-performance exhaust system takes care of the...
The ingredients of beef hot pot are piled into the shape of a mountain
Kinoshita BBQ restaurant is the first overseas outlet for the well-known yakiniku chain of restaurants that have been delighting diners in Osaka for over 20 years. Not only do they specialize in yakiniku—fresh meat and vegetables served with a special home-made tare dipping sauce—but...
The intricate and even web of marbling on the belly tender prime
Few restaurants in Singapore can boast the longevity that Yakinikutei Ao-chan does. Opened in 1995, the understated yakiniku restaurant located on the second floor of Concorde Hotel and Shopping Mall has seen the hotel management change hands but has been steadfastly providing an authentic Japanese...
Start the meal off with the appetizing wagyu tartare and wagyu sashimi
This new entrant to the Duxton Road enclave specializes in yakiniku and imports its high quality beef from Kagoshima and Kumamoto. The dinner-only restaurant has a compact menu that comprises two set courses—each has a soup, appetizer, sashimi, salad, tongue, meat platter, rice/noodle dish,...
Ease into the meal with a bowl of assorted sashimi served on ice
There is no shortage of yakiniku restaurants in Singapore, but few are able to offer the same great value for quality meats as Tenkaichi. In fact, this dining outfit is so confident that it offers a “best price guarantee” that if guests find a similar buffet at a lower price, the...
A curry-mozzarella sauce is the secret ingredient to this grilled chicken dish
Together with Shaburi shabu-shabu restaurant, Kintan is the latest opening from restaurant group Dining Innovation Asia-Pacific. The premium Japanese BBQ all-you-can-eat dining concept shares its kitchen and roof with Shaburi, in a two-in-one space at JEM shopping mall. Meaning “golden tongue...
Try an assortment of premium beef in the Housen platter
With 45 years of experience in authentic yakiniku, Heijoen prides itself on being beef connoisseurs. Since the first store in Ayase, Tokyo, Heijoen has since expanded to 30 outlets all over Japan, and has now made its glorious debut in Singapore, at Wisma Atria’s Japan Food Town. The cozy 60-...