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We specialize in authentic Japanese Wagyu Beef.Wagyu beef are flown in directly from Japan.

Upon order our restaurant can cater up to 118 people at any one time with up to 10 private rooms to choose from that can be adjusted to fit according to the customer’s  requirement.

With our varies creative methods of cooking wagyu beef, we can assure you that you will find whatever taste that you are looking for. Besides other ways of cooking, we specialties in 4 types: Sukiyaki, Steaming basket, grilled or Steak.

Besides from out tantalizing wagyu beef menu, we also have our special “Omakase Course” starting from $50++ per person.

Tue - Sun: 18:00 - 00:00

Closed: Mon

+65 62350150
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At this day and age where omakase can cost a bomb, Omakaseya Azmaya has arranged for sets that start from as little as $60 a head. At a recent visit, I decided to try their premium omakase, which is priced reasonably at $100 per head.

The appetiser starts with small portions of wasabe edamame, avocado and tomato tartar, Japanese Omelette with Crab Meat Sauce, Wagyu, Ikura (salmon roe) and Uni (sea urchin) and cold boiled eggplant - all in one platter.

For the second course, there is tempura , salmon and tuna sashimi, and a hearty piece of stewed wagyu.

The main course was a grade A4 wagyu tenderloin. This had to be by far my favourite dish of the night as every bite just melted in my mouth.

Finally, there was the Japanese rice with eel and uni on chawanmushi (egg custard).

Dessert was watermelon and papaya.

Overall, while dishes came in light bite size portions, it does feel the stomach pretty quickly. Given the izakaya setting, I recommend having some beer to cap off the relaxing evening. Ideal for catching up with friends and boys night out.  

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• 17 Jan 2015 • 266 reviews • 1 follower

Excellent Yakiniku Dinner on 15Jan2015

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See my full reviews & photos at = http://chefquak.com/2015/01/17/excellent-yakiniku-omakaseya-azmaya-on-15jan2015/

bought some S$10 for S$20 qoo10 coupons, so went with wife to omakaseya azmaya yakiniku for dinner on 15.1.2015. restaurant is tucked away in one corner on level 2 of robertson walk, 11 unity street. restaurant was crowded. service was disorganised & totally ineffective (i basically had to walk in & out of the room to get our orders delivered after waiting for 30mins after ordering with nothing happening). the japanese guy did make some effort to deliver “jap-level” service though the gap was enormous. they used a drip grill exactly same as what i had at home. i had not used that lately as we did more of teppanyaki with the hot plate. this was inferior to the recessed smokeless charcoal grill at aburiya. also w/o the powerful ventilation suction, we came out after dinner smelling of bbq all over. fortunately the kagoshima wagyu sirloin was excellent. it was priced at S$65++ for a steak that looked >120g (maybe 150g), so at 50% off, it was really very good c/w (say) kagoshima wagyu sirloin i had recently at mikuni, my favourite restaurant. & the wagyu karubi (beef ribs) was also excellent. the wagyu sirloin thankfully came last so w/o direct comparison, the wagyu karubi was really very good, very marbled & flavourful. just look at the top photo makes one salivate. ^^ if the wagyu sirloin was heavenly then this was 1/2way to heaven. ^^ the pork belly was surprising poor & tasteless. this is really odd as the sister restaurant down the road, azmaya (shabu shabu) serves an excellent tasting pork belly. fortunately the leek was an excellent dip & condiment & the pork (S$16) tasted pretty ok with the dip. there wasn’t much on the menu that we liked other than the few meats. we love the complete meal experience at aburiya because it has the kimchi chigae & the bibimen that we like very much. here the meat was superior for the price but no kimchi chigae & my wife was not keen on bibimbab (they did not serve bibimen). after dinner we learned that we could actually get 50% discounts for all food items at our next visit. while for a complete meal experience i would go back to aburiya, this is a good alternative venue & an excellent place for very good wagyu yakiniku (of comparable standards to the average yakiniku in japan). i should be going back shortly with some friends.
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• 14 Oct 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

bad service but wagyu beef is good

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ot enough waiter. service is slow. other than beef the rest so so only 2 of 10 in that area. waste money if you go at dinner time. too EXpensive and bad experience. not recommended.
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• 14 Oct 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

lousy service.

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I went there on a sun at 6pm. Food was serve at 7pm onwards. every 40 minute one dish. My friend nearly faint of hunger. first dish is beef tongue then got to wait 30 min for 3 rice. portion very small only 4 small piece .HOT green ice taste like plain water at $5. have to wait 70 min for 2nd refill. call waiter 28 times. until i yell at them at 730pm. cold tea no refill at $5. wagyu beef is good. leave at. 9pm because. fish, bbq squid and one more dish never come. very smoky. ventilation very bad. very costly easily above $250 for 3pax. waiter very busy. if u buy from deals, no one will serve you. please bring along gas mask. rooms very small. very upset. Feel cheated. DO NOT GO ON weekend!
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