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Yakitori And Kushiyaki Restaurants

Signature mentai charcoal-grilled chicken wings
Housed in the back of a 70 year old Hua Bee Mee Pok store (the one made famous by Eric Khoo's Mee Pok Man), this hidden gem is accessed via a subtly marked door facing the carpark. Raw and gritty, the space features distressed concrete walls, retro blue tiles and edgy copper furnishings. It...
Savor a range of meat, mushrooms and more on skewers
Located at Owen Link — a quiet mall just by One Farrer Hospital — this izakaya’s surrounds might seem a little sterile. But the interior of the casual eatery is anything but. Old school Japanese posters are plastered on the walls and funky chandeliers made of sake bottles hang...
Buta shogayaki don cooked with ginger and sesame shredded cabbage, and egg
Part of a three-in-one concept by The General Company and Architology, this casual joint is housed in an industrial building in the hip Jalan Besar precinct. High ceilings, exposed lightbulbs, repurposed oil barrel tables and stylized wall art (think Hello Kitty in black...
Chicken meatball with a mix of round cartilage incorporated in the dish
This homey 45-seat yakitori joint is part of a Tokyo-based restaurant group. They specialize in chicken skewers (from $3.50) featuring all parts of the bird: heart, gizzard, tail, spleen, liver and neck. It all goes great with sake, and the restaurant has a great selection pulled from sister...
The 12-stick yakitori platter is great for sharing
Nowhere else in Singapore will one be able to find as comprehensive a range of Japanese artisanal beer than at Jibiru Japanese Craft Beer. The alfresco seating-only restaurant at 313@Somerset is a great place to hang out after an afternoon of shopping along Orchard Road or even for an after-work...
The Kushiyaki Favourites Moriawase Platter
A welcome respite from the crowds at Vivocity mall, the spacious 180-seater Shin Kushiya is cool and casual at the same time, thanks to its polished concrete floors and industrial ceilings that contrast with wooden booths and wooden pendant lamps. Best of all, the kitchen focuses on two major...
Coarse panko gives this mozzarella and beef dish its wonderful texture
Tucked away in a leafy, residential community on Faber Drive, between Clementi and Pandan Gardens, this cozy restaurant and sake bar is less about following the trends and more about being an enduring, classic go-to spot for its regulars—a steady stream of young expats and residents who come...
A homemade teriyaki sauce is the secret to this tiger prawn dish
Located in a tree-lined strip of landed houses, just off Bukit Timah, Shin Yuu has been serving approachable, comforting Japanese and Japanese-fusion food since 2009. The long main dining room comprises an open kitchen and counter seating on the right and tables for two and four on the left. There...
Slice apart this potato salad-croquette to find a cooked egg with oozy runny yol
Since opening in Yutenji, Tokyo back in June 2009, popular yakitori chain Sumire has to date over 60 outlets across Japan. Its Singapore outpost, Sumire Yakitori House opened in 2013. Initially focusing on just grilled skewered chicken parts, the casual izakaya-style restaurant at Bugis Junction...
The secret to the Tsukimi Tsukune is the rich egg yolk in the middle
Walk by on a busy night, and you might miss one of the most unassuming and amazing yakitori joints in town. Run by the smiling and unpretentious chef-owner Ikeda Kenichi and his wife Yoko, Gosso is a cozy little spot with black walls covered in sake labels and old pictures, full of Japanese...