WAKANUI Grill Dining

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What We Love
  • Beyond: 4 Course set menu (save ~$128)
  • Steakhouse-style design with cushy leather chairs
  • WAKANUI Spring Lamb, NZ Ocean Beef
  • NZ beef and lamb

5 Straits View
#04-02 Marina One The Heart West Tower
Singapore 018935

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11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

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A New Zealand steak and lamb restaurant located in Marina One offer a pretty contemporary, modern dining experience with very attentive servicing stuff.

We decided to try out the Burpple beyond menu which is a 4 course menu - Dashi Braised Pork Belly with Green Pea Puree, Blue Mussel Potage, Ocean Beef Ribeye and ending with Dark Chocolate Mousse & Raspberry Sorbet. On top of it, we decided to add a lobster bisque too.

I don’t really have much to complain. Their food are all so delicate and delicious. I really like their thick, creamy and flavorful tasting soup! I also like how they have use herb oil to elevate the taste of their mussel protege and black garlic for their lobster bisque. Needless to say, their ribeye is also done beautifully. You know you can trust the quality of the steak whenever it is served to you plainly! There’s 3 condiments that comes with it - wasabi, brown sauce and sea salt! Ending with the sweets, the refreshing raspberry sorbet cut right through the richness of chocolate mousse giving it a really good balance of flavors.

It’s quite a good deal Wakanui!

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I actually thought WAKANUI is Japanese before entering the steak house. I am not the person who would Google everything about the restaurant before having a meal. Also, the place was extremely difficult to find, even though I am familiar with marina one area.

Anyway, this is actually a New Zealand steak house, with some awesome salty beef options. One that should not be missed.

Service, decor, staff, food, price, experience, quality all 5 stars. Absolutely brilliant. Look at the photos to believe it.
The only negative for me was that I am a big Eater and had to fill myself with bread. The portions weren't enough for me.

I got a promotion online for 1 for 1 set lunch. The set is for 128++ / pax. That made my experience even better. Ala carte menu also looked tempting. Will surely be back.

4 stars for me.

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Dashi braised pork belly with green pea purée was simply magical. As the appetiser of a 4-course meal costing $128++, it did not disappoint and was in fact an amazing start. The pork belly was cooked beautifully, and its rich savoury juiciness was wonderfully balanced by the delicate yet discernible sweetness of the accompanying pea purée. The garnishing added a nice touch of texture, and I thought that plating wise it was also rather genius to go for a clean, minimalist feel.

Overall, definitely a dish worth the bucks! This is at Wakanui Grill Dining, on level 4 of Marina One West Tower in the CBD. Great view and scenery both from above and on the ground floor of the building too. Indeed a feast for both the eyes and tummy.



This is their recommended beef under the ‘Grill’ section, presented before they bring it back into the kitchen to cut them in slices for us to consume.

It’s done to medium-rare. It comes with condiments such as the sea salt, wasabi, and light soy sauce. This is the first time I’ve come across pairing beef with wasabi, and thought I’d give it a try. I was blown away! It does go very well! My favourite are pairing is with the sea salt and wasabi. 👍👍👍

The chef(s) at Wakanui does an amazing job with cooking their meats to perfection.
Here’s their Lamb Chops listed under their ‘Sampler’ item for $10 each piece. It’s superbly juicy and tender!! 👍👍

Grilled... the watercress that accompanied my steak tasted floral, unlike the local variety that we eat with soups (super interesting!) maybe the steak was a tad dry but was flavorful and I ate it all without the sauce that was paired with it.