Renga-Ya

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~$50/pax
Renga-Ya is a Japanese BBQ & Steak restaurant, serving A5 Grade Wagyu beef and Hokkaido Prime beef directly imported from Japan. Beside the traditional Japanese charcoal BBQ and Steaks, wide variety of side dishes, and wines/cocktails are served for unique dining experience.

30 Victoria Street
#01-11/12 CHIJMES
Singapore 187996

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Tuesday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Saturday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Sunday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Monday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

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From the Burpple community

Atas Jap BBQ (~$50/pax) - and we can’t take beef ok 😐 meat was pretty good but really xiao ex. I’ll stick to Kintan steamboat buffet 😭 Service was great though!

House of Japanese Beef Steaks & BBQ located at CHIJMES!
Awesome beef ribeye cooked to perfection on top of traditional Japanese charcoal BBQ.

However, marinated meat (beef and pork) tend to be on the sweeter and slightly salty side.

Side note: Skip the steaks as they are sub par but go for the garlic fried rice, and oyster for a mix of varieties.

PS: You could request the staff to cook the bbq meat for you with your preferred doneness.

Verdict:
Food 7/10
Location 9/10
Ambience 7/10
Price 7/10
Service 10/10
OVERALL 8/10

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You would have known that Rengaya is famed for their grilled wagyu steaks. But besides the traditional Japanese charcoal BBQ and steaks, they also serve a wide variety of side dishes, wines, and cocktails for a complete dining experience. One of which is their grilled prawns with mentaiko. Creamy, savoury, with lots of smokiness from the grill.
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Rengaya at Chijmes, just across Raffles City and City Hall Mall, has revamped its lunch menu and it's very good and affordable.
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They are the specialists in yakiniku wagyu. And imagine wagyu housemade into a juicy patties, topped with caramelized onions and mushrooms. To make it even more juicy and yummy, they incorporated more wagyu fats back into the patty. All these sandwiched between two very soft brioche buns.
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Another popular lunch offering here is their kurobuta katsu curry rice. It's quality pork served with lots of Japanese curry, popular with Japanese dining here.
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Sethlui recommended this and we came to try their new lunch menu featuring the wagyu burger. It's too jap for me, which lost the burger substance. Maybe I am just too used to eating American burgers. It's not too bad. Just not my cup of tea.

Tasting portion of 3 pieces pictured). This is unlike any other fried chicken we have in Singapore. This is not the Southern-style fried chicken, nor the Korean fried chicken, nor the tori karage, but it's a whole chicken deep-fried Japanese style. And you know the Japanese always does things better.
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New restaurant Kindori has started selling this, using fresh kampong chicken which came with such a rich, deep natural flavour that shines through when deep-fried. Unlike some kampong chicken which can get dry, Kindori's fried chicken is juicy and tender, thanks to a special marinade of Japanese yogurt, herbs and spices. And the skin was light, crispy, and had a flavour blend of various herbs and spices.
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The crispy wings came with a choice of Kare Curry, Wasabi Cream, Tangy Miso, Chilli Chilli, Basil Mayo and Umami Ume as dips, and you get a choice of three complimentary house-made sauces with any Japanese fried chicken order. You can also top up for the Magic Ikura Cream ($8) which is a bowl of luscious, silky-smooth whipped cream crowned with a generous heap of pearly ikura.
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