Set up by Temasek Polytechnic Culinary & Catering Management alumnus Jeremy Han, this hip yakitori stall in The Bedok Marketplace is gaining a reputation for its amazing wagyu beef dishes. Prior to setting up shop, Jeremy honed his chops in fine-dining kitchens including Saint Pierre and the defunct FiftyThree. If it's your first time here, get the Truffle Wagyu Donburi ($16), which Tastemaker Amanda Liu says will hit the spot for beef bowl cravings. Expect a bowl filled with rice (almost to the brim), topped with perfectly seared Tokyo-style braised wagyu, minced beef and a perfect onsen egg. Order the 72-Hour Slow-Cooked Angus Beef Short Ribs Skewers ($6/stick) on the side — while pricey, this is tender, smoky and absolutely yummy. You might also want to share an a la carte order of Iberico Pork Cheeks ($12), which is melt-in-the-mouth soft. Tastemaker Amanda warns that the portion sizes here are rather generous, so either come hungry or bring a friend. Waiting time can get painfully long especially during peak meal hours, so you've been warned.
Avg Price: $20 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Amanda Liu