390 Orchard Road
#02-08 Palais Renaissance
Singapore 238871

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12:00pm - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:00am - 02:30pm

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This was what @lizzlow wanted me to try from Shatoburian, "it's claypot rice on steroids!"
Indeed, claypot rice with all the best ingredients - handpicked mushrooms from France and Japan, topped with shaved seasonal truffles.
The smoky aroma was delicate without the bitterness from being burnt. It's unlike any claypot rice you've eaten before, even if you discount all the premium ingredients used here. According to the manager, they used a special iron-cast claypot that imparts the right amount of heat to the rice under correct timing.
And of course, the premium mushrooms, wagyu and truffle used elevated this to a totally different level.
My mum was especially blown away by this. She might have eaten many claypot rice during her long life, but definitely nothing like this!

Pictured is their signature wagyu don, with glazed foie gras, uni, caviar, onsen, topped with shaved truffles, and with two types of wagyu for my bowl - misuji and kiriotoshi.
Definitely decadent, but crazy good as well. For some behind the scenes, I watched a video by @samcchua on how they prepared the bowl. Each piece of wagyu was meticulously grilled before putting together. So it's not just premium ingredients used here, there's a lot of care that went into each bowl.
There might be other similar looking all-in-one bowls like this, but Shatoburian uses way more premium ingredients than most others. And with the care put into the cooking, I find this to be the best amongst the best.

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We ordered 2 donburi bowls: all in one and the Yaki niku Wagyu beef bowl
It comes with perfectly sous vide onsen egg, foie gras, caviar, uni, 2 types of Wagyu beef (cubed and sliced), crispy garlic chips and sautéed onions.
The other bowl had unagi instead of Wagyu beef but the same accompaniments.
We were asked if we preferred fried rice or white Japanese rice for the unagi bowl however only white rice comes with the Yakiniku bowl
Each ingredient was perfectly cooked and succulent; my partner claimed that the entire bowl was too rich for him and he felt “jelak” or overwhelmed halfway through the bowl. I on the other hand can take heavy flavor profiles and hence had no issue slurping up the entire bowl.
Highly recommend the Wagyu beef bowl if you fancy a hearty and substantial meal.
We also ordered the beef tongue for grilling and pork jowl. Beef tongue is an acquired cut of meat however my partner and I thoroughly enjoyed the slightly chewy texture. However, I would not recommend the pork jowl as it was too chewy and had not much flavor to its meat.
Overall, it was an exquisite experience with great service throughout the entire dining experience.

Wanted the carpaccio but was told it’s unavailable 😭 the staff then very kindly recommended me an alternative, which is this Wagyu Yukke (tarte). This thinly sliced wagyu beef was stacked up nicely and topped with a yolk. Mixed them all and watched the yolk nicely coat the beef before devouring it. ⁣

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Shato-Sando, which is essentially toast with glazed foie gras, chateaubriand wagyu beef and freshly grated truffle. It was extremely indulgent and disappeared all too soon the moment you put it in your mouth. 😭⁣


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Decent meal... unfortunately the meat quality don't really met my expectations, service was good though.