Gyu Nami

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~$15/pax
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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Sunday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Monday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Friday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 09:30pm

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From the Burpple community

The highly raved outlet from Amoy is now available at air-conditioned shopping mall in town! Nothing could quite go wrong w beef and Japanese pearl rice and Onsen eggy!

beef slices were soft and tasty but my regular sized bowl came with merely a few slices of it. it didn’t take long until I was down to my last slice with a lot of rice left; thankfully the rice, with bits of pepper and the egg yolk, was delicious on its own. my bowl is affordable at $11 but I don’t think it’s the most value of money. the service I got was also largely unenthusiastic and transactional. quite an underwhelming experience and now I see why it was empty during lunch hour.

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The rice mixed superbly with the sauce and the runny sous vide egg to complement the beef, which was as tender as its alluring pink suggests. No bells and whistles - just a simple solid don, at a really good price in town.

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The portion was much smaller than that during their Amoy Street days (rental pressure?), nevertheless the wagyu was as nice as before! I'll keep coming back for their yoghurt-based sauce. It is conveniently located near Don Don Donki too! Another drawback is their small capacity, but there wasn't any queue when I visited recently either.
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In frame: Regular Roast Beef Donburi [$10, excl. service charge]

Gyu Nami was definitely very generous with their beef, which came in large slices. They were soft and tender, and rather decent. The yogurt sauce and egg worked well with the beef, which could tend to be a bit dry since its roast beef.

However, this $10 bowl didn’t feel too filling and if you’re a big eater, you should definitely opt for the $13 portion, although it didn’t seem comparably a lot bigger.

Overall, a yummy beef bowl. 😍

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Didn’t get the chance to try them while they were at Amoy, but now they’ve got a nice cozy space right in the heart of Somerset. This came upsized and with a black sesame mochi and miso soup. Despite not being served hot, I quite enjoyed the tender slices of beef, though they were quite thin. The yogurty sauce was refreshing and the wobbly onsen egg burst on cue. Tasty and worth a try, but not sure if it’s something I’d crave for.

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