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Recommended lists of Best BBQ in Singapore, 2018
Burpple Guides, Korean BBQ, BBQ Best Places for BBQ & Grills in Singapore 2017 Ahhh... barbecue. When it comes to meats, we can't think of a tastier way to enjoy them than grilled, smoky and sporting an appetising char, which led us to this week's guide on the best grills and barbies in Singapore. Quite naturally, there are one too many spots for Korean barbecue and Thai mookata (it's a very tough fight!), but we've also spiced things up with places for authentic Japanese yakiniku, including a stellar place in Boat Quay, and a rustic eatery in Foch Road for atmospheric Vietnamese barbecue. Ready, set, grill!
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One can chose between Australian Wagyu or Japanese Kagoshima (top up $$ for the latter). We chose the Kagoshima, and were happily beefed up for the weekend.
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Daessiksin is an All-You-Can-Eat Korean Grill Barbeque restaurant offering 10 to 12 different types of signature marinated meats. For the cheese lovers, enjoy your charred meats with a decadent cheese dip. I just can’t resist the pork belly and beef bulgogi!

If you do not know what’s a lechon, it’s essentially an entire roasted suckling pig and then chop up into small pieces. This Sizzling Lechon ($13) brought it up a notch further with the addition of an egg that you can mix in with the lechon. They also provide with a ball of lime that you can squeeze in to cut through the richness for a more balanced flavour.
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Iskina Cebu Singapore
Address: 73A, Ayer Rajah Crescent, Timbre+, Unit 01-27, Singapore 139957

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Already highly popular & requiring at least 2 months advanced booking, #burntends amazing food quality at a decent price is well-deserving of that ⭐️. For starters, the #beefanduni ($24) was a match made in heaven with soft tender beef pairing with creamy uni. The #grissini ($12) was an interesting dish of flavourful cod roe atop a crisp and thin breadstick. The #sanger has always been one of my favorite burgers but the standard can go up & down and today was a slight down. While still incredibly delicious with the generous mix of pulled pork, purple cabbage in a perfectly fluffy and soft brioche bun, the pork was not as juicy as I remember from previous visits and more sauce could be added. The #tenderloin ($28/100g) is really yummy and skillfully cooked. Juicy with a crisp thin outer layer and smoky flavour from the grill, it was highly enjoyable especially when mixed with the bone marrow.
📍@burntends_sg, 20 Teck Lim Road S088391
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A premium Japanese barbecue and grill buffet restaurant, specialising in wagyu beef. If you like wagyu beef, then this is among the most value-for-money dining options in Singapore, else, there is little reason to visit.
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Loved the thinly sliced wagyu beef tan / beef tongue having a tender crunchy texture, with a light savoury meaty peppery flavour. Grills really fast too, so it's best to start with this.
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Ambience could be improved though.
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Tenkaichi Japanese BBQ Restaurant
More details on blog

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There is only 1 reason to visit this place - quality wagyu beef as part of the Japanese buffet grill.
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The wagyu beef karubi / beef short rib is tender with good marbling, and a good depth of savoury meaty flavour.
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The wagyu beef rosu / beef rib eye cap has a meaty chew, with a bold savoury salty flavour.
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The wagyu beef nakaochi / beef intercostal is basically diced beef cubes, with a bouncy chew that is so satisfiying.
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Beyond the excellent wagyu though, everything else here is sub-par.
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Tenkaichi Japanese BBQ Restaurant
More details on blog

All carved & sliced perpendicular to the grain, grilled over white hot charcoal fire, so diners can enjoy the flavors & textures of his choice cuts
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Korean Soju & Makgeolli work well as digestif, to aid breaking down of the well marbled proteins
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Reliving BBQ meals in Shanghai... this outlet has the vibe and the food. The Bingo game adds to the fun. Located on Liang Seah Street that has transformed into a street plied with popular Chinese food, I'd be sure to come back!

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When I think of authentic Korean BBQ restaurants in Singapore, @8koreanbbq will always be one of them that pops up in my mind. Hence, on National Day night when everyone was gluing their eyes on the television screen waiting for the Red Lions, singing along to the National Day songs or camping at some vantage point to catch a glimpse of the fireworks, I was out experiencing my own fireworks’ moment at 8 Korean BBQ.

If you have been to 8 Korean BBQ, you will definitely not miss out ordering their Mangalitza pork set. Besides the 4 or 8 Colours Set, you can also get the Flower Pork Set ($68), which comes with flower pork belly, pork neck steak and pork jowl, the three best parts that you could have asked for from the Mangalitza Hog. Each set also comes with kimchi, bean sprouts and a seafood bean paste stew for 2-3 pax. You would have noticed that both the kimchi and bean sprouts are placed on the grill pan and the plate is tilted slightly to allow all the oily goodness from grilling the meat to flow down to the kimchi and bean sprouts to further enhance the flavours. Oh and did I mention that all the grilling is done by the kind staff so you can sit back, relax and enjoy your saäm.
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8 Korean BBQ
Address: 1, Scotts Road, Unit 04-20/21, Singapore 228208

Served with mashed potatoes, cuts of yellow melon/cucumber cubes and broccoli, topped with a tomato, the chicken thigh was well-marinated and glazed with vinaigrette-based sauce. The chicken thigh was slightly dry and less fresh; it tasted like breast meat somehow, probably overcooked.

Good ambience with nice background music but not good food. ):

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