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Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ Restaurant (Chijmes)

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Located at Chijmes, Gyu Kaku Japanese BBQ Restaurant serves Japanese cuisine. Its specialties dishes includes its BBQ meats in various premium cuts and prepared with different marinades.

Daily: 17:30 - 23:30

Fri - Sun: 12:00 - 15:00

+65 63334001
$77 based on 33 submissions
Dinner (17 votes), After Work (13 votes), Business Dining (10 votes)
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To-die-for Kuroge Wagyu from Kagoshima

For full review and pictures, please visit : http://www.strictlyours.com/2015/04/gyu-kaku-chijmes.html

Gyu-Kaku has launched an entirely new menu at all of their six outlets in Singapore which offers Kuroge Wagyu which is uncommon in Singapore.

Japanese Prime Wagyu (80gm) - $35
 We kickstarted the meal with this. It sent my eyes wide, and my eyebrows so high they almost hit the ceiling. I was immensely impressed by how juicy and tender the meat was. I took my time to savour every single piece because it was just that precious!

Fire! Karubi with Garlic Chilli Oil - $7
 For those who might feel that the Wagyu is a little harsh on your wallet, the Karubi is a marvellous and super pocket-friendly item to order. Still tender, still juicy, still melt-in-your-mouth and still delicious

Whats most surprising is the discovery of their dessert selection which is super super affordable and super super delicious! The Sweet Potato with Vanilla Ice Cream ($3.90) and Gyu-Kaku Signature Milk Pudding($3.90) are must-trys!

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• 30 Apr 2015 • 166 reviews • 1 follower

To-die-for Kuroge Wagyu from Kagoshima

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For full review and pictures, please visit : http://www.strictlyours.com/2015/04/gyu-kaku-chijmes.html

Gyu-Kaku has launched an entirely new menu at all of their six outlets in Singapore which offers Kuroge Wagyu which is uncommon in Singapore.

Japanese Prime Wagyu (80gm) - $35
 We kickstarted the meal with this. It sent my eyes wide, and my eyebrows so high they almost hit the ceiling. I was immensely impressed by how juicy and tender the meat was. I took my time to savour every single piece because it was just that precious!

Fire! Karubi with Garlic Chilli Oil - $7
 For those who might feel that the Wagyu is a little harsh on your wallet, the Karubi is a marvellous and super pocket-friendly item to order. Still tender, still juicy, still melt-in-your-mouth and still delicious

Whats most surprising is the discovery of their dessert selection which is super super affordable and super super delicious! The Sweet Potato with Vanilla Ice Cream ($3.90) and Gyu-Kaku Signature Milk Pudding($3.90) are must-trys!
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• 07 Apr 2015 • 72 reviews • 1 follower

Great BBQ Lunch!

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Charcoal grilled Wagyu beef. That is the first thing that came to my mind when we decided to have lunch at gyukaku. This was one of top best lunches in my list.
 
 I went to Gyu kaku that located at chijmes for lunch. I always wanted to try at this place eve. Since they open in few years back. I just can't find an excuse to dine there. But when my friend suggested this place. I agreed immediately.
 
 The restaurant is very cozy and comfortable. Even though it is a BBQ place but I am happy to see the restaurant was clean and smoke free. Thanks to their modern grill that keep the smoke to the minimum. So you don't have to worry about smell like a bbq after you leave the place.
 
 We order some beef cut and wagyu beef. According to the staff here these are the 100% wagyu from Japan. That means both parent the cow must be wagyu cow. The different ? More evenly spread of fats in the beef. That give you the butter taste when you grill it. Was it so? Yes! The beef was really good. Just can't have enough of those awesome grill beef.
 
 Beside the grill items. We also order some other dishes like sushi and seafood kimchi soup. Is easy to forget this is actually a Japanese restaurant that not just do grill but also serve other type of Japanese food. The seafood kimchi soup was good. It will be better if there is rice to go with it.
 
 Lastly we order some dessert. Butter caramel sweet potato was quite interesting. You will have to cook till the butter had melt then serve it hot. I like it you will never go wrong with sweet potato with caramel.
 
 The overall experience was enjoyable and food quality was good. Yes, I will come back next time for dinner. So we don't have to rush and can slowly enjoy the fantastic waygyu beef here.
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• 06 Apr 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

New menu at Gyu Kaku

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For pictures and full review: Travelshootandshare.com

Gyu Kaku has just recently introduced a new menu and one can expect a host of new items such as Japanese prime wagyu from Kagoshima, Fire! Karubi and even garlic butter prawns. I personally like how these new dishes have been positioned at reasonable price points. Thus allowing one to savour good quality charcoal dishes, but at the same time, not totally burning a hole in one's pocket. 


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