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Gyu Nami

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Gyu Nami is headed by young and passionate foodies who wants to make good gourmet food available to the masses at affordable prices. We take pride in our ingredients as well as cooking methods to serve only the best to our customers.

277 Orchard Road
#B2-06 orchardgateway
Singapore 238858

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11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 08:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 08:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 08:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 08:30pm

12:00pm - 08:30pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 08:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 08:30pm

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From the Burpple community

💵: $10

🤔: Was surprisingly delish, and found myself preferring this over the highly-raved roast beef don. Unagi was tender and its marinade was super tasty!

💵: $13

🤔: Pretty yumz though I preferred the unagi don over this. Yolk was cooked perfectly, roast beef was tender and the marinade was gooood!

Likely to be the first Burpple Beyond partner that did not adopt the “1-for-1” deal system, but Gyu Nami was able to stand out with their S$20.00 for Two Don deal, which consisted of any two Donburi for great value.

If you had tried Red Rock before, you would be familiar with the mountain of sliced Wagyu beef which was torched perfectly before adding a raw egg and sauce from the top. And their Signature Roast Wagyu Don (S$13.00 for Large) was quite able to deliver that droolsome flavour that I recalled from Tokyo.

If beef is just not on your list of cravings, I also liked their Salmon Mentaiko Don (S$12.00). Also flame-torched, but this seafood rice bowl was just well-flavoured within the rice, salmon and Mentaiko sauce.

Just a note though, that the deal would not cover two sets of Signature Roast Wagyu Don (Large), as told by the management of the restaurant.


Pretty decent Japanese store. Overall the meal is flavourful. The roast beef don was well seasoned with onsen egg. Worth the try! (4/5)

I gave a star less is due to two reasons;

1) The portion is small(regular). Paying for about $10+ regular don can be very “sad” for the big eaters. The “large” roast beef don is actually a just nice size for a big eater.

2) Not sure why am I charged with service charges(10%). Tbh, there’s is barely any service, other than taking your orders and cleaning your table.

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The tamago cos $3.90 but the size of it is ridiculously small and has shrunk from when I came a month ago.

Paying $4 for this is not worth it.
In addition, the Burpple deal is a lie... $20 for 2 dons, but we are only allowed to order one large beef don and one regular one. Meaning, with the deal, we save $3. Will not come back again for the deal or order the sides


Just no.
Please do yourself a favour and have your meal elsewhere. And if you still wish to give it a try after reading the warning before this, just a heads-up that it’s not a 1-for-1 deal but a $20 for 2 bowls deal. We ordered the large Wagyu Don ($13) and the Unagi Don ($12) but portions for both were small. Tbh the Unagi Don should’ve been renamed to Unagi SKIN Don. My first thought was that the unagi pieces were very thin, but I didn’t expect that out of the 2 pieces, 1 was just.... skin. There was a runny egg beneath the unagi (thank goodness cos there wasn’t enough sauce) but the rice... was... so... bad. Think of Japanese rice. Picture it. Each grain is fluffy, bouncy, glistening. Now I’m gonna tell you that the rice we had was nothing like that. It was all CLUMPED together. You know ngiam ngiam??? Yea. The rice was so clumpy that you could pick up a block of rice with your chopsticks. The wagyu was supposed to be their best-seller, but it was so oddly sour that the the whole dish tasted strange. Given the small portions and the quality of food, it was not worth our $20. The cashier was also very condescending when we were making our payment. Would not return.