Signature Aburi Wagyu Beef Donburi

$21.90 Β· 11 Reviews

The quality of the beef here is top-notch - it's tender, with melt-in-your-mouth fats that release all the flavour. One thing for sure, you have to break the yolk and mix it all up, because it'll hold the beef and short grain rice together nicely.

Fans of truffle shouldn't miss the Truffle Wagyu Beef Donburi - it's potent and really rich in flavour, perhaps just a bit jelat for me if I were to finish the entire bowl myself.


Signature Torched Wagyu Beef Donburi - $19.90
The lunch crowd at the small shop front is crazy so try to avoid the crunch time to enjoy the food leisurely. First look, you will feel over paid the small bowl of rice with small chunks of beef that’s torched and burned at multiple sites. Close to $20 for a regular size but served something so small is just sad. Luckily the flavours was great, the amount of sauce covers the rice below sufficiently. Onsen egg on a rice bowl is always welcomed. Just hope they had served me beef slices as per their menu picture, then it would be an enjoyable meal
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Tasted pretty good with everything that is going on in the bowl. Only wished it was much bigger for the price you pay... but perhaps it ensures a good meat to rice ratio.


Waa Cow's Signature Wagyu Beef Donburi comes in the option of Aburi/ Mentaiko/ Truffle, with the regular sizes ranging from $19.90-$22.90. For hungrier people, upsize for more beef or add uni for $9.

Each bowl comes with niigata Japanese rice that's lightly charred, runny egg that adds silkiness to the rice when mixed; and tobiko for an additional crunch. Sous-vide, flame-torched with Nikiri sauce, the resulting beef was smoky, sweet and tender.

Personally prefer the creamy mentaiko but truffle fans will be pleased to know its flavour comes through for the truffle bowl without being too overwhelming, and of course, go for the aburi bowl for something simple yet equally delightful.

Highly raved about, Waa Cow's flame-torched Nikiri-glazed beef slices exudes juiciness with a good flavourful hint of char.
Truth be told, I had my doubts when presented this Mentaiko-Beef combination (although I absolutely love Mentaiko-many-things), it's just mind boggling. But this, this was Surf and Turf on a genius level. Try it to believe it!

This was a hosted tasting by the good guys behind @waacowsg, thankyou @burpple for the invitation!

12.9bucks/mini bowl
21.9bucks/reg bowl

Tried this fairly new sushi bar at Raffles Exchange. Its original outlet is located within the NUS campus.
The wagyu beef was charred really well. Served with a 62-degree celcius egg, truffles and soy based beef sauce on Akitakomachi rice, it was really delicious!
While the price is a little steep at $22.90, you do feel like you are eating a good quality donburi.
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πŸ‘πŸΌ I love this aburi wagyu beef donburi 😍 the beef is a little on the fatty side, and it suits me just fine 😁 Initially wanted to order the mini don, but the regular portion makes a more satisfying lunch! Top up $3 for a set with either 3pc salmon sashimi or seaweed salad with hot tea bag (brand unidentifiable) or Pokka's unsweetened jasmine green tea.


Fans of Waa Cow! at NUS can now get their fix in the CBD. True to its name, beef is the focus at this Raffles Xchange establishment. Waa Cow! serves an excellent wagyu beef rice bowl, so over here, you won't go wrong with the Signature Aburi Wagyu Beef Donburi ($21.90) β€” add $2 if you want the beef topped with mentaiko (!) or $5 with shaved truffle (!!). We also recommend ordering the Petite Wagyu Sushi Platter ($16.90), which comes with four different wagyu sushi β€” the classic, yuzu kosho, mentaiko and truffle parmesan. The latter is super earthy and aromatic from both truffle and cheese. Beefy business aside, you might also consider the Yuzukosho Iberico Butadon ($16.90), a really satisfying pork bowl, or the Mentaiko Salmon ($18.90), which features a really generous piece of fish over rice β€” perfect if you're really hungry! Pro tip: For a limited time only, like them on Facebook and Instagram to get 15 percent off your total bill.
Avg Price: $20 per person
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