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ROCKU Yakiniku

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At ROCKU Yakiniku in Bugis+, you'll get to taste premium cuts of beef such as US ribeye, Australian short ribs, wagyu beef brisket and beef tongue for less than $20 per serving. Other dishes on the menu include grilled vegetables, donburi, udon and agemono.

Mon - Thu: 12:00 - 15:00

Mon - Thu: 17:30 - 23:00

Fri - Sat: 11:30 - 16:00

Fri - Sat: 17:30 - 01:00

Sun: 12:00 - 15:00

Sun: 17:30 - 23:00

+65 66343313
$32 based on 21 submissions
BBQ (7 votes), After Work (5 votes), Birthdays (4 votes)
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Smoke free grill and Meat heaven!

This is a relatively new edgy, modern and upbeat Yakiniku restaurant located at Bugis + (previously known as Illuma). First off, Yakiniku = Grilled meat in Japanese, therefore this will be a paradise for meat lovers! Over here, they offer meat ranging from beef to pork, chicken along side with some seafood too.

More pics and thoughts at

http://lepakwithyaops.com/rockyu-yakiniku-japanese-charcoal-grill/

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• 09 Oct 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Clueless, inattentive and misleading staff.

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The photos shown outside the restaurant front depicts the word "buffet" with photos thick waygu beef. After being seated and asking the waygu beef, we told that we had to "add-on" several dollars per pax for it(apparently it is not included in the buffet price of $32).

The same staff who brought us in also told us that the drinks were free flow. After ordering a round of drinks, we were told by another staff that the drinks are chargeable every round except for the green tea which is free flow. However, the "free-flow" green tea is not complimentary nor included in the buffet too ($7 per pax).

All in all, 2 of us spent $100 for a $32/pax buffet after all the "hidden charges".

Many of the staff members were also rude, not approachable and did not know their menu well. The choice of food for the "basic $32 menu" only contains 14 food items. Seafood items were not fresh either.

We were left feeling very cheated and disappointed. It's even more shocking to know that Rocku belongs to the parent company Creative Eateries. We expected more than this.
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• 31 Aug 2014 • 212 reviews • 5 followers

Smoke free grill and Meat heaven!

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This is a relatively new edgy, modern and upbeat Yakiniku restaurant located at Bugis + (previously known as Illuma). First off, Yakiniku = Grilled meat in Japanese, therefore this will be a paradise for meat lovers! Over here, they offer meat ranging from beef to pork, chicken along side with some seafood too.

More pics and thoughts at

http://lepakwithyaops.com/rockyu-yakiniku-japanese-charcoal-grill/
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• 29 Jul 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

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Buffet does not include beverage and a jug of lemon tea costs about $13.90. Not much choices of food and side, price can't compare with other BBQ and it's not worth the price.
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