Set within Concorde Hotel Singapore, this understated yakiniku restaurant is a hit amongst Japanese expats as well as local families, all of whom flock here for an authentic Japanese barbecue experience. Prices are on the higher side, but Burppler Yeung Kai Ho guarantees that the quality of the meats more than justifies it — make this a pay-day splurge, if you must! Burppler Lionel Ong likes that the meats are marinated very lightly yet so flavourful you can do away with salts and dips. The selection of beef here is stellar and you won't go wrong no matter which cuts you choose. Consider the Special Cube Belly Prime ($19.80) and Belly Tender Prime ($19.30). According to Burppler Neko Eats, they also offer Sets (averaging $40) — the cuts in the beef have great marbling, while the non-beef set sees a good variety including prawns, scallops and venison. Pro tip: Seats are limited, so call ahead to book.
Avg price: $60
Photo by Burppler Yeung Kai Ho