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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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Latest Reviews for BBQ

Latest Reviews of food and restaurants for BBQ

Cheese Mookata - $29.90
For $29.90 net, you get free flow seafood, vegetables, meat, carbs, drinks and ice cream. Did I mention the unlimited cheese dip? Best go with an empty stomach and a few good buddies to chat while waiting for the food to be ready
Cheese Story Mookata
Golden Mile Complex # 02-01

When Golden Mile Complex houses so many Mookata shops, this one is probably the most appealing to me. At a nett price of S$29.90 per pax, the charges cover everything at unlimited portions, including their mozzarella and nacho cheese dip, meats, seafood, frozen foods, vegetables, rice, noodles, drinks and ice cream. It is just so comprehensive and basically one is not allowed to say that they leave this place feeling less than bloated.

I felt that some of the marinated meats are really tasty, and the bland foods are just meant to be dipped into the cheese or satay sauce dips. However the satay sauce was really not fantastic, so I did not pay much attention to it.

If there is really a downside to dining here, I can only say that this downside applies to all Mookata restaurants over here: be prepared to feel grimy and smell oily.

at $29.90++, @aroyjingjing offers unlimited seafood and meat which you can choose to grill over charcoal fire or boil in a pot of chicken broth. just to list a few, the selection includes salmon, prawns, flower crabs, crayfish, clams, half shell scallops and this is all that is enough, right?! however, you should be warned that this place isn’t the best for lunches on a hot afternoon. the heat from the charcoal was quite intense. there is free flow of soft drinks and ice cream but it doesn’t really help lel.
📍81 lor chencharu, #01-05, singapore 769198
thank you @aroyjingjing and @kenpgl for having us!

What’s in the premium bowl?
▪️Kagoshima wagyu rump.
▫️Wagyu kata rosu.
▪️Thick slices of gyu tongue.
▫️Prime Hokkaido beef tataki.
▪️Grilled karubi (Hokkaido chuck short rib).
▫️Hokkaido prime chuck roll on a bed of rice.
▪️Hokkaido prime chunk roll in ginger shoyu sauce.
The 7th Heaven Gyudon is an exclusive lunch menu special available only until 30 April 2018. To reserve their 7th Heaven Gyudon, diners must purchase a S$3.50 ticket on our Saucy platform ( and pay the balance of the dish at the restaurant. Only 15 portions available daily.
Where to dine?
Renga Ya
30 Victoria Street, #01-11/12, Chijmes, Singapore 187996

Prosperity Yu Sheng (S$8.88++)
Available for dine in at @seoulgardensingapore in @northpointsg
Delivery & Takeaway at S$18.
Had so much fun in tossing and too eager to start the buffet dinner (there’s a 2 hour time limit for the buffet) that one didn’t realize that there’s no sauce. No wonder it’s not too sweet or heavily flavoured.
Seoul Garden
Address 🏠 : 930 Yishun Avenue 2, # 03-05 Northpoint City North Wing, Singapore 🇸🇬 769 098
Website 🌐 :
Tel ☎️ : 6257 5339
Open 💈 : 11.30am - 10.30pm
MRT 🚇 : Yishun (NS13)

Shown here is portion for 2. Not too filling actl. Food was decent but service would be better if they give you some hints about the various ingredients instead of letting you discover urself e.g. I grilled the luncheon meat and it stuck immediately lol

Also the yellow marinade tasted weird and there's some sour smell that day, not sure if it was from the marinade but it wasnt very pleasant

Theres free refill of soup so that's really nice and it seems like the pot doesn't need changing within 1 seating

Seven different cuts of beef in a lunch set - it's a feat and I'm confident of recommending this to beef lovers. Rengaya is already well known for its yakiniku featuring quality beef cuts, and things only get better when they came up with this through a collaboration with
The seven types of beef served in this gyudon are:
* Kagoshima wagyu rump cooked sous vide and pan-seared with shoyu
* Kagoshima wagyu poached kata rosu with a daikon and ponzu sauce.
* Hokkaido prime tataki with truffle ponzu jelly
* Hokkaido karubi grilled and topped with a dab of kizami wasabi
* Gyu tongue, slow-cooked with demi-glace sauce and topped with a light whipped cream
* Hokkaido prime chuck roll, marinated in ginger shoyu, and served on top of a bed of rice.
* Hokkaido prime chuck roll, mixed with the runny egg and pickles, with rich, savoury beef maitake soup poured in.
How to get this:
* The 7th Heaven Gyudon is an exclusive lunch menu special available only until 30 April 2018.
* To reserve this 7th Heaven Gyudon, diners must purchase a S$3.50 ticket on Saucy platform ( and pay the balance of the dish at the restaurant.
* Only 15 portions available daily.
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Want something different? This was recommended by 老板娘. Wasn’t sure what I expected, but I actually kinda liked this! It was like durian, barley (though it’s some other grain) and gula Melaka got together in some weird, funky collab. Apparently, they use actual D24 flesh to make this.

Only qualm would be that the bowl is realllllly small! Like tiny 😂

Homely is the word I’d describe the newly opened Shao 烧 along Frankel. The food is actually pretty good; we loved their stir-fried luffa with egg and prawns and their dry hor fun that was packed with wok hei.

While we loved their zi char items, their signature crab was just... ok? It was really fresh and the head was jammed full of roe, but the bbq left certain parts a little dry and the seasoning was lackluster (I blame Happy Crab Xtra for spoiling all other bbq crabs for me). I wouldn’t mind coming back for a simple comforting meal, but might not order the more expensive seafood again unless I’m in the mood to splurge.

This was really, really good! Smokey and full of wok hei, it might cost the same price as their seafood horfun, but it’s well worth it. The chunky pieces of kai lan really adds a good variation of texture along the way too. Make sure you ask for their homemade sambal to mix in; its bright, limey heat is a welcome addition.

Did not know what this was, but it came recommended by their waitress. So luffa resembles zucchini, but it’s amazing at soaking up zhap! And when the zhap is as good as this was, you don’t need to tell me to eat my veggies. 😂

Think a really good white bee boon gravy, and this melon-like sponge that has soaked all of it in. A very comforting and homely dish that I would love to have with a bowl of rice.