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Ito Kacho Yakiniku

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Ito-Kacho Singapore brings the freshest top quality products for its customer to enjoy. Ito-Kacho is a subsidiary of Sumikin Bussan Corporation that is listed on First Section of the Tokyo Securities Exchange,Japan. With its interest in imported meat, fishery and Agricultural products including processed products, the corporation has established strong relationships with prominent overseas packers and production centres that provide integrated services from stock raising to processing. In this way the corporation always maintained a top share of the market.

Mon - Fri: 11:00 - 14:00

Mon - Fri: 18:00 - 23:00

Sat: 11:00 - 23:00

Sun & PH: 11:00 - 22:00

$105 based on 43 submissions
BBQ (14 votes), Dinner (12 votes), Business Dining (10 votes)
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A touch of class

The meats served here are of a calibre of their own.
I have never had such great bbq meat that tasted like this before. They allow you to cook the meats yourself on a charcoal grill in front of you, the charcoal is also of a different type from the usual you see, theirs glows red hot and your meat will sizzle right before your eyes.

The beef shortribs are a must try
the assorted meats and sausages are also a must try

it isn't cheap like many of the comments here have said, but it really is worth every cent you pay.

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10 Feb 2015 • 16 reviews • 0 follower

A touch of class

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The meats served here are of a calibre of their own.
I have never had such great bbq meat that tasted like this before. They allow you to cook the meats yourself on a charcoal grill in front of you, the charcoal is also of a different type from the usual you see, theirs glows red hot and your meat will sizzle right before your eyes.

The beef shortribs are a must try
the assorted meats and sausages are also a must try

it isn't cheap like many of the comments here have said, but it really is worth every cent you pay.
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26 Jan 2015 • 12 reviews • 0 follower

VERY pricey but TOTALLY worth it!

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Came to celebrate one of my girlfriend's birthday. I think this is one of the best BBQs I have ever had in my young life!

Its quite expensive though so be prepared to fork out quite a bit, but it was really really worth it. The Beef cuts and the shortribs were totally of a quality you would be hard pressed to find outside. And that's just the beef, wait till you bite into the juicy madness that is the pork!!
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18 Jan 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Quality meats but hefty price tag

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Pricey but worth the money. They use quality meats and the best part is you would not stink of BBQ after you are done with your meal. The kurobuta pork is really delicious as well. Definitely on my list when I have cravings for quality meat.
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12 Dec 2014 • 2001 reviews • 255 followers

Quality BBQ Meats

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This is a Japanese barbecue that focuses on high quality meats.   I recommend starting with the Dashimaki Tamago, a light fluffy Japanese omelette that would open up the palette. An alternative starter is the Jikasei Potato Salad, also a light egg salad topped with crunchy bacon. For those wanting something stronger, the KIimchi Moriwase will do the trick.   For the main course, one can try the US Jo Karubi. For something more fatty, there is the Wagyu Tomo Bara (Karubi or short rib) and the Kainomi (flap meat, or bottom sirloin). There is also the chicken leg , Tsubo Zuke Kurobuta (pork collar) and Kaisen Moriwase (King Crab, Giant Tiger Prawn, Hokkaido Scallop and Squid) for those who want to veer away from the beef options.   Finally for dessert, go for the Kuri Ice Cream (black sesame ice cream) to end the hearty meal.
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21 Nov 2014 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

dinner with colleagues

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visited this place after work with colleagues. overall service and food was OK but a bit ex.
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