9 Raffles Boulevard
#02-09 Millenia Walk
Singapore 039596

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11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

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Had the $77.90++ buffet for dinner and chose the Chicken Ginger soup and Tomato soup. While the soup base is not outstanding, the wagyu was superb. Just look at the marbling. Totally worth it if you are a big eater.

If you choose the $67.90++ option, it’s still A5 wagyu but it’s a different part of the beef. The meats will have a thick line of fat on each slice and the marbling wont be as good as this.

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Reasonably priced food options at Millenia Walk? Inconceivable. But what if I told you that there’s a Japanese hotpot buffet there that won’t break the bank?⠀

Gyu Jin Shabu Shabu has a Supreme Black Angus beef shabu shabu buffet that runs for only $32.90++. That’s mad decent value, especially considering that the beef served ain’t no bargain bin bovine, nossir. It’s acceptably marbled with fat, and the Black Angus beef is free flow for 70 minutes, backed up by thin slices of pork belly & collar, and chicken. Yes, cow, chicken and pig are all free flow. Now that’s what I call massive bulking power!⠀

The soup bases are delightfully delicious too. I picked the yuzu dashi & the tomato dashi. The tomato dashi was deeply redolent, and a little sweet & sour from the tomato and satisfyingly salty from the dashi stock. The yuzu was a little salty, with a citrusy zest to clean out your palate. Perfect for ensuring that you last all twelve rounds with the meat, as the yuzu will slap your tastebuds awake after a protein induced haze.⠀

I can’t stress this enough, but I really, really, love my pot hot & smoking. Yes, I’m a pothead. Better yet, it’s rainy szn in Singapore now, so that’s essentially nature’s way of telling you to patronise the (hot)pot dealers in town. Go my child, go forth and 🅱️laze it.⠀


Freshly cut shabu shabu meat, just look at how pretty they are!

We enjoyed our first visit to Gyu Jin though eating Hotpot under 50 Mins can be a challenge.

Love that the meat is freshly cut, you can taste the difference. It is a lot more tender and easy to eat.

All for only $12.90++ for one square portion of chicken and pork meat slices here.
Wasn’t expecting much because of the price point, but oh boy are the meats really of quality. It’s not just decent, but great. Haven’t had much shabu shabus, and this is by far the best meats had - even the chicken. I understand now why Shabu Shabu is a thing. And feel free to keep the sukiyaki (our 2 choices were Mala spicy broth and ginger chicken) to the vegetables. The silky meat slices after a quick soak in the savoury-sweet shabu shabu pot and dip into raw egg is an exquisite balance of melt-in-mouth with a smooth delightful chew.
The place also offers Wagyu beef. Extra meat portions are available for topping up. #herpenandfork #sgblogger #sgfoodie #8dayseat #burpple #vscofood #openricesg #cafehoppingsg #instafood #instafood_sg #onthetable #stfoodtrending #gyujin #milleniawalk