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If you like yakiniku (Japanese barbecue) and beef, then file this aside for special nights out. Elegantly outfitted, this Boat Quay restaurant is perfect for dates as well as business meetings. Prices are definitely on the high side, so read on for our advice to stretch your dollar. Burppler Muriel A highly recommends the Kiriotoshi (value assorted meats, $29), which features an assortment of beef cuts including rib-eye and tenderloin. The meats come doused in a sweet sauce that added flavour without overpowering. Another dish worth ordering is either the Tan Sagari (lower tongue portion, $26) or the Tsurami (beef cheeks, $28), which sees slightly chewy strips with a nice bite β€” just be sure not to overcook it! Apart from the quality beef, the service here is commendable. The waitstaff are all smiley, polite and efficient, which is another reason we would return. Towards the end of the meal, the delicate cold broth of the Inaniwa Noodle with Ice ($6 for half, $10 for full portion) makes a lovely palate cleanser, so you can fully enjoy dessert. Both the Red Bean Ice Cream ($6) and Roasted Green Tea Ice Cream ($5) are great.
Pro tip: If you're thoroughly confused or spoilt for choice, the Omakase (from $98) is a good option.
Avg price: $80
Photo by Burppler Muriel A


The service here was way above average and I felt deserved special mention. I dislike hoity-toity places where there's a disparity in service quality (usually between big spenders/regulars and average commoners πŸ‘‹πŸΌπŸ‘‹πŸΌ) but there's none of that nonsense here. We encountered four different waitstaff and they were all smiley, polite, genuine and efficient. Super pleasant dining experience!


I love braised beef cheeks' gelatinous tendons, but it goes without saying that you wont get any of that in this form. Instead, expect slightly chewy strips with a nice bite. Most importantly, do not overcook this!


This lean cut boasts moderate marbling, perfect if you're not very fond of fatty meat. Personally, I would recommend ordering another Kiriotoshi platter instead of this.


As the name suggests, you get an assortment of cuts in this platter. We tried to find out exactly what the cuts were, but the staff could only tell us that one was rib-eye and another one was tenderloin. Regardless, we enjoyed the variation of quality cuts.
It came doused with a sweet sauce, that thankfully wasn't overpowering.


Friend and I shared rice (to pair with the grilled meats), so we could also enjoy this afterwards. Perfectly cooked noodles in a refreshing cold broth with lots of spring onion and seaweed. Even better with a dab of freshly grated wasabi.