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4 Halal Yakiniku Places In Singapore For Meat Lovers

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Syahirah •  Sep 08, 2022

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Yakiniku is a form of Japanese BBQ where the meat cuts are grilled on a small flame. Typically, there’s not much seasoning added to the meat but the reason why it’s so popular is because this technique brings out the natural flavours of the meat! 😋If you’re a yakiniku fan or just someone who really appreciates the culinary art of cooking your own meat, here are 4 halal yakiniku places in Singapore you have to visit!Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://bit.ly/3LnFN1F

1. Yakiniku Shokudo

Priding themselves on being an authentic AND halal yakiniku eatery, Yakiniku Shokudo is the place to be for affordable and delicious Japanese meats! The chef recommends you get their most popular set - the Beef Karubi. At merely $8.90 per set, you'll be in for a treat! 😉It's one of the most popular types of meat for yakiniku, so you definitely need this on your table! Pair it with any of three chef-recommended sauces: original, spicy and shio tare (a type of salt seasoning to bring out the beefy flavour that you’ll love) for a satisfying meal. Yakiniku ShokudoHalal status: Halal-certifiedAddress:IMM - 2 Jurong East Street 21, #02-53 IMM, Singapore 609601Lot One - 347 Choa Chu Kang Ave 4North Point City - North Point Dr, #02-130Instagram

2. WakuWaku Yakiniku

Besides their scrumptious bento sets, WakuWaku Yakiniku also serves (you guessed it!) yakiniku! 😊You can get halal premium cuts of Wagyu beef, lamb and chicken in family-sized platters, among many of their other well-known dishes. There are fresh oysters and various other fish dishes that you must try on top of their superb yakiniku menu! Not to mention, the interior is spot on with the Japanese calligraphy on their limewash walls - the vibes might even make you feel like you’re actually in Japan! P.S. Their steaks have been known to be super tender and flavourful so don’t miss out on those either. 🤤WakuWaku YakinikuHalal status: Halal-certifiedAddress: 27 Bali Ln, Singapore 189863Facebook | Instagram

3. Ryo Yakiniku

When you arrive, you'll be seated with a grill and a menu, where you can choose from 9 types of Japanese-marinated meats like Karubi ($6) and Gyutan ($5)! This Japanese Yakiniku serves very generous portions as well, so make sure to bring a friend.  Just remember to call ahead and reserve yourself a seat, because the eatery only accepts reservations! 😱They've even got set meals for the indecisive foodie! Perfect for 2 pax, the set meal consists of 200g worth of Karubi, 50g Prime Karubi, 50g Gyutan, 200g Chicken Slices, 100g Mushrooms, 2 x Onsen Eggs, and 2 x Rice! With so much food on the table, you'll definitely be incredibly full at the end of it all. And it only costs $40 😱Ryo YakinikuHalal status: Muslim-ownedAddress: 61 Tai Seng Ave, Singapore 534167Instagram

4. Daya Izakaya

While you may not be able to grill your own meat over an open flame at Daya Izakaya, you can still get that same yakiniku taste with their Yakiniku Don bowls! 😋It’s great for an all-in-one meal that’ll fill you up. The meat is juicy and full of flavour, so when you pair it with the chewy Don, the tender texture will have you gobble your bowl down in no time.Daya IzakayaHalal status: Halal-certifiedAddress: 254 Jln Kayu, Singapore 799481InstagramLevel up your dinner plans with delicious Japanese-style grilled meat! It’s the best way to taste the meat’s natural flavour and while it’s piping hot too. 😄Invite your loved ones to a yakiniku cookout. Good food and good company make a great way to end the day.