[CLOSED] Gyu Jin (Japan Food Town)

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* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. * Superior Shabu Shabu and Sukiyaki, superior value. Shabu Shabu Gyujin is known as Gyuta in Japan. Try their beef and vegitable buffet shabu shabu or Sukiyaki!

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Beef was good but can’t believe they serve ice cream from Magnolia from the plastic tub... went for the mid range premium beef at 40 plus plus per pax and missing shabu Sai somehow

The Japanese first class wagyu option is $72.90++. The meat is really tender and fatty and the staff are helpful. We preferred the yuzu stock. Mix your own condiments for more flavour. I also really enjoyed the vegetable curry on Japanese rice and the konnyaku noodles (shirataki).

We also ordered sake and added it to our stock.

There is a 90 min limit! But we ate our coconut ice cream (included in the buffet) standing near the cashier lol. We were still happy.

Love this to no ends. You get a steaming hot pot of beef and mountain of beansprouts in a light broth both sweet and salty. A+ on aesthetics, value and taste. ($34~ for 2 as we ordered rice)


They have a range of buffet prices with a range of meat quality. We had the Standard Course which was $24.90 and the beef was pretty good. The soup bases are quite unique and tasty as well!


Located within Japan Food Town in Wisma Atria, Shabu Shabu Gyu Jin serves pretty quality meats in a reasonably priced buffet setting — perfect for ravenous appetites! You can choose to have the meats shabu shabu, sukiyaki or yakiniku (barbecue) style. Burppler Siming T really enjoyed the Sukiyaki (from $31.90 for American beef, prices vary according to type of beef chosen), which sees thinly sliced meat cooked in a pot of umami-rich sauce heavily seasoned with soy. It's delicious but rather rich, so pace yourself. Apart from the beef, there are other meats including pork belly, chicken thigh and pork loin, along with a selection of fresh vegetables from the bar, Japanese curry rice and ice cream. It's good enough a deal for us to set aside the fact that there's a time limit on on our meal — the standard course allows diners 70 minutes to dine.
Pro tip: If you're lucky enough to steal out for a long lunch, come by for the 60-minute lunch buffet (from $24.90, daily from 11am-3pm).
Avg price: $35
Photo by Burppler Siming T


Sukiyaki is just another type of authentic Japanese fare, and Shabu Shabu Gyu Jin also offers the Sukiyaki option. With different types of meats such as beef (prices are tiered according to the type of beef), pork belly, chicken thigh and pork loin to choose from, one can have a quick all-you-can-eat buffet with complimentary vegetables bar, Japanese curry rice and ice cream. Personally I think their sliced American beef and pork loin tasted pretty good with the Sukiyaki. Plain water (free) is the perfect beverage to wash down the rich flavours of the sukiyaki sauce.

I could not make it for their 60-minute lunch buffet (from S$24.90, available 11.00am - 3.00pm), but their 70-minute Standard Course (S$31.90) was also a pretty good deal. Go ahead and order more trays of your favourite meat to make your money's worth.