348 Bedok Road
#02-16 The Bedok Marketplace
Singapore 469560

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Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
11:30am - 02:00pm
05:30pm - 09:00pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 02:00pm
05:30pm - 09:00pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 02:00pm
05:30pm - 09:00pm

Friday:
11:30am - 02:00pm
05:30pm - 09:00pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 02:00pm
05:30pm - 09:00pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 02:00pm
05:30pm - 09:00pm

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From the outside, The Bedok Marketplace looks like your regular HDB hawker centre which is shaped like a UFO. What's interesting is that instead of the usual lanes of food stalls which you usually see, the stalls are housed on the ground floor of pre-war 2-storey shophouses.

@theburningoaksg is one of the anchor tenants there and is famous for its wagyu dons. For $23.50, you get sliced wagyu rump cap, a piece of foie gras, pickled radish and ginger, and an onsen egg on top of Japonica rice.

The beef rump cap is an under-used and less pricey cut of meat. It is juicy as there is a layer of fats which flavours and locks in the moisture of the meat whilst it cooks. It is also one of the cuts with a stronger beefy flavour. The downside is that it tends to be tougher and more chewy than the more premium cuts.

The Burning Oak's rump cap was a little tough. I like that they sliced it thinly so that it is relatively easier to chew but not shabu shabu-thin that you barely get a taste of the meat. It was also marinated nicely though I would have preferred that they did not use a marinade or a lighter tasting marinade to allow the beefy flavours of the rump cap to shine through.

Overall, this is a decent gyudon which I might come back for if I am in the area.

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I'm a sucker for beef and foie gras so the Wagyu and Foie Gras Don ($22) was naturally my choice when ordering from Burning Oak. The wagyu beef slices were not fantastic, tho it was on the tender side. I was impressed by the generous portion of foie gras and it was butter in my mouth with a slight charred on the exterior.

This time we also got a 72 Hours Beef Short Rib ($6). It was so tender, juicy and literally melt in your mouth. It has a deep strong beefy taste and slight oakiness that is probably the result of the long sous vide cooking time. Very much enjoyed this but would prefer to have it without the sauce.

Rating: 7.5 / 10

Truffle wagyu don ($16)
⭐️ 4/5 ⭐️
🍴So many modern/ fusion options at the hip @thebedokmarketplace that we were spoilt for choice and definitely planning on a return trip.

Enjoyable wagyu don that came with a generous serving of minced beef and thin wagyu beef slices at this price point. Loved the slight char yet tender minced wagyu that had distinct but not overpowering truffle aroma. Although retaining a pink interior, would have liked for the lean rump slices to be juicier. Given their name, also felt that the slices could do with more sear and smokiness. The onsen egg added glorious creaminess while the wasabi was a great earthy, spicy balance (wished there was more of it!).

📍@theburningoaksg, 02-16, 348 Bedok Road, Simpang Bedok, Singapore / order via link in their bio

Insta: cafehoppingkids

From The Burning Oak
Grilled sliced salmon, fresh ikura & soft boiled egg over fluffy Japanese rice.
Highly recommended!

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$14. Gotta say this wasn’t v cheap for a hawker centre but enjoyed the beef slices (enough to cover the amount of rice!) and the onsen egg.

Wagyu beef slices, truffle mince & a flowy egg. They were definitely v generous w their portions & their truffle mince was delicious when coated w the egg yolk! The truffle taste was very strong & the wagyu beef slices were cooked to perfection. Will come back for more! 🤩

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