Gyu San Japanese Butchery & Sando (Guoco Tower)

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~$50/pax
Gyu San is the proud purveyor of fine, delectable true Japanese wagyu. Its butchery procures Japanese wagyu directly from different prefectures of Japan, and offers the largest range of over 55 premium Japanese wagyu cuts from nose-to-tail exclusively over its counter. Its sando shop is the only place in Singapore where you can get wagyu fat katsu sando and chips fried with beef fats rendered from top-grade Japanese wagyu.

7 Wallich Street
#01-03 Guoco Tower
Singapore 078884

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Saturday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Monday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

If youre wondering why its 40bucks for a tiny sandwich, it's because its kagoshima A5 sandwiched inside. But let's be honest, this place's concept is damn weird, the interior looks like macdonalds but they charge 50-60 for most sandwiches. On the same day i came from a restaurant where i spent 55, the interior was spacious with comfortable chairs and black granite everywhere. On the flip Side, they cant black granite cos it's very weird to be so atas and mainly serve sandwiches. I think they're going to close soon, the concept's unreasonableness is reflected in the crowd flow: on father's day, there's only 2 tables including us.

Food:
Sandwich bottom was not crispy, the meat was tender, it's clearly Wagyu, but the yakiniku sauce was weak and smokiness could have been more. Overall it's alright, it's what you expect it to taste for this price, not particularly mindblowing.

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What could possibly top A5 Wagyu beef tongue? How bout an A5 wagyu yakiniku poketto sando from @gyusan.sg? This sando, which is really half a sandwich, cost five tokens at @urbanbeerfest, which works out to roughly eighteen dollars. Considering that the full sando at Gyu San proper is forty five bucks before tax & service charge, I’d say I got a damn good bargain.⠀

Not only did I get a damn good bargain, I got a damn divine steak sandwich. Biting into this beef stuffed pocket sandwich provided me the absolute gluttonous glee that can only come from biting into a slice of fantastically fatty wagyu beef. I’m glad that Gyu San was wise enough to employ slices of beef that were thicker than normal, giving a gloriously gratifying chew for the briefest of seconds before it melts into an intensely beefy butter in your mouth.⠀

The flavours of the fatty wagyu are amplified to awesome levels by the inclusion of a teriyaki glaze that coats each sexily seared slice of heaven. Sweet and salty, the teriyaki emphasises the hedonistic, beefy qualities of the A5 wagyu absolutely perfectly. On the other hand, the wasabi mayo spread in the pocket of bread, working in tandem with the shiso leaf, ripped right through all that beefy, fatty richness with their sharp, nose-clearing pungency and keep you coming back for even more bites of utter beef & bread heaven.⠀

Sure, these wagyu sandos will burn a hole in your pocket, but these wagyu poketto sandos are so divine I wouldn’t mind at all. Shoot, I’d trade my overpriced BTO flat in the future to secure a steady lifetime supply of these astonishing A5 Yakiniku Poketto sandos.

P.S. Rocky Ridge’s Big Bobby Beedus Stout probably wasn’t the best complement to this insanely rich sando as it was pretty rich itself, but #noragrets

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$8 | Wagyu chips
$32 | A5 Gyu san sando

This is even more decadent and luxurious.
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A thick and solid cut of Satsuma Gyu 4% Miracle wagyu beef striploin, incredibly juicy with a moderately tender succulent chew, 200g in total with prime marbling, coated in a crunchy panko breadcrumb crust and flash-fried.
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It's then sandwiched within crisp soft toasted crustless shokupan / milk bread, and perfectly grilled.
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Bite in and you get a robust smoky meaty savoury fatty sweet bready flavour.
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Gyu San
More details:
https://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.com/2022/10/gyu-san.html

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This has a thick, bouncy, juicy patty of deshelled shrimp, coated in a crunchy panko breadcrumb crust and flash-fried.
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It's then sandwiched within crisp soft toasted crustless shokupan / milk bread, and perfectly grilled.
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Bite in and you get a lovely smoky sweet savoury bready flavour.
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Gyu San
More details:
https://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.com/2022/10/gyu-san.html

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This has thick juicy slices of fresh mango, layered with airy cream, sandwiched within soft crustless shokupan / milk bread.
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Has bright fruity sour sweet bready milky flavour, yum. Can get slightly messy as the cream oozes out when bit.
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Gyu San
More details:
https://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.com/2022/10/gyu-san.html

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