Gyuu+ Yakiniku Grill

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“One of the gems in Emporium Shokuhin with dry-aged beef and seafood



Nestled within Emporium Shokuhin in Marina Square, the first integrated Japanese boutique with 8 dining concepts and live seafood market to lure all the Japanese cuisine lovers, Gyuu+ Yakiniku Grill source for premium meats from Japan, US and Australia, serve raw onto the table, and diners can BBQ it according to their preference of doneness!




Premium Wagyu Selection Platter ($38) is NEW to pamper people like me who love a variety of items to enjoy the various cuts at one price. The darker colour is aged beef, and you can customize the bbq-ing timing. But I say either you do it medium rare or medium! Do note that you won’t walk away like a BBQ beef because you can’t even see the smoke! It will be suck in with their inner exhaust hood.



40days aged USDA Beef Ribeye ($68) is THE BOMB! To explain briefly, aged beef is prepared by allowing large cuts to rest in vigilantly controlled environment for certain period, and the meat will become more concentrated, tender and flavourful.



Oh boy, the intensity of the flavour was so apparent and the obviously more expensive price tag due to the preparation work was totally justifiable. Dip it with a bit of salt and the aged-to-perfection beef will leave you wanting more.




Regular customers will usually order 1 bite, otherwise known as A5 Zabuton Thin Slice. First, the rich marbling A5 ‘Miyazaki’ Zabuton is being grilled to medium; dipped into raw egg (like how you usually eat sukiyaki beef); placed it over a spoonful of rice (like sushi); and finally doused with their homemade sauce.



You gotta eat it hot, so stuff the whole thing into your mouth (1 bite ok!) and damn, the succulent beef was a true slice of perfection that melts in your mouth.




Other than the highlight of their premium beef, they also have a variety of food such as Pork Belly Thin slice ($14), Prawns ($13) and Eringi Mushroom ($7).




Having so much meat, it is really great to end with Gyuu+ Reiman ($14) or Ishiyaki Bibimbap ($18). Gyuu+ Reiman is a type of cold noodles with really thin yet QQ texture served with Kimchi as a form of spice and watermelon to complement the refreshing experience. Ishiyaki Bibimbap will be good for hot version, and it is a fusion of Korean Bibimbap and Japanese beef!

Thank you Gyuu+ Yakiniku Grill for the hosting!


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Gyuu+ Yakiniku Grill

6 Raffles Boulevard, #01-18

Emporium Shokuhin, Marina Square,

Singapore 039594


Opening Hours:

Monday to Sunday – 11.30am to 3pm; 6pm to 10pm




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