10 Best Wagyu Beef Restaurants in Singapore 
It is very notable for one to refuse meat in order to support the environment and the animals, but there are times where we just need a meat fix. Many say that fat is bad for health, but it’s clear that they haven’t enjoyed the taste of Wagyu beef yet.
Wagyu is popular for having a high level of marbling, which is why the fat of the beef melts when it is cooked. Just seeing the word Wagyu is making my mouth almost drooling (Oops).
It comes with a melt-in-the-mouth texture, which will make your mouth watering just by thinking about it. Wagyu is known to be expensive to many, which is many people have it for special occasions.
But we have heard the cries of rising Wagyu fans, which is why we have listed the top 10 places in Singapore that serves the best Wagyu beef.
Bedrock Bar and Grill are well-known for sourcing all of their seafood and meat needs from farms located all the way in Australia, the US, and Japan.
Keeping things classic, Bedrock Bar and Grill serve meat that is smoked hot and cold, seafood that is wood-grilled with exotic spices, and rare cuts of meat. To keep things enjoyable, they offer a collection of conventional whisky from around the world to pair up with your beef.
The restaurant has a cozy and dignified interior and all of the dishes are made of top-tier ingredients. It is certainly not a cheap place to dine in, which is why a single main course can charge you $50 to $100.
We recommend trying out the Bedrock Pepper Steak, which is made of wagyu beef and is priced at $108, excluding GST and service charges. It is a little expensive, but it is worth the price of the experience and company.
|Address||96 Somerset Road, Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Orchard|
|Contact||+65 6238 0054|
If you’re looking for a great place to enjoy some Wagyu beef, there’s no better place than the Tenkaichi. They specialize in Japanese BBQ cuisine and even be given an award for their dishes, so you know that their food is going to better than good. Their specialty is the Wagyu Beef Yakiniku, where the beef is grilled over charcoal, giving a subtle smoky taste that beautifully compliments the melted fat of the beef.
Besides this, they also serve lunch sets, and also Wagyu beef in classic Japanese dishes like the Sashimi & Wagyu Beef Yakiniku Set ($26.90), which brings two famous Japanese delicacies together, and the assorted Wagyu beef set where you get to enjoy different cuts of this premium beef.
There’s also the Deluxe and Premium Yakiniku Buffets, where the flow of meat is unlimited so that everyone has a great time.
They run great deals where they offer promotions like 40% off on certain locations, and even lunch promotions. You’re bound to get a great deal here.
|Address||Marina Square Shopping Mall #03-129, (below food court) 6 Raffles Bloulevard, Singapore 039594|
Cineleisure Orchard #02-11,8 Grange Road, Singapore 239695.
|Contact||+65 6250 8918 (Marina Square)|
+65 6365 8389 (Cineleisure Orchard)
If you’re someone who really wants to try Wagyu beef and find it too expensive or even someone who just likes it and can’t afford it as much as you would like, you need to head to Astons immediately. At Astons, you get good quality Wagyu beef at a price that’s really affordable making your dream come true.
The Prime Steer Ribeye is the first-choice for several companies, and each steak is seared on both sides with great care. This is because if you overcook this Wagyu beef, you’re basically losing the highlight of what makes it so special; the fat.
So remember never to overcook your Wagyu beef. Now, when your dish does arrive, remember first to admire it. Take in the wonderful aroma of the beef, and cut into it delicately. Your experience will be highly enhanced.
They also offer student discounts, so remember to stack your discounts. You’ll get to see that the hype around Wagyu beef is actually well-deserved.
|Address Many outlets across Central, West, East, South & North|
|Contact Full List of Contact Details|
4. Fat Cow
It might not seem like it from the name, but Fat Cow is a posh Japanese-style steakhouse. It’s so posh, in fact, that wearing a normal t-shirt and your favorite pair of jeans will make you look as though you’re the odd one out.
Besides this, the classy entrance only adds to its experience, and if you’re looking for a classy place, this is it! The Wagyu beef cuts are hand-picked and are sourced specially from Japan.
When you stop by to admire their decoration, you need to try their Wagyu steak. It’s truly something to-die-for, and a meal here costs at least $100 per person. This may sound a little expensive, but it is a great place to have a romantic time.
Another one of their specialties is certainly the Grade A4 Rib-Eye Ohmi Wagyu which is a whopping $300. Their curated collections of wines and cocktails pair up excellently with this.
Nigiri, sashimi, hot & cold zensai dishes, Fat Cow premium donburi and soba, and udon are some of the other specialties of the place.
|Address 1 Orchard Boulevard, Camden Medical Centre, #01-01/02|
|Contact +65 6735 0308|
For an experience to have a really good time with your friends and family, Gyu Kaku should be your place of choice.
Offering the most authentic Japanese barbeque and fine dining experience, you can enjoy the pleasure of most premium choice of meat and charcoal-grilled dishes. Add to this, a frosty cold beer, shochu, and sake and you’re in for a great time.
Fun fact, the name Gyu Kaku means the horn of a bull.
The restaurant’s UE Square outlet provides an assortment of Wagyu cuts in the Australian Wagyu course which is priced at $64.90. This buffet is offered in a BBQ style, and includes a collection of seafood and appetizers too, including aburi pawns and butter scallops.
What’s more? You can become your own personal chef over the grill. Wow!
Other popular specialties include the Kagoshima Wagyu Course which costs $84.90, but you can find 1-on-1 offers as well.
|Address 81A Clemenceau Avenue, #01-18, UE Square, Singapore 239918|
|Contact +65 6733 4001|
If you’re a lover of meats, then Barossa is waiting for your arrival. Known as the ultimate paradise for meat lovers, Barossa encompasses a huge selection of charcoal-grilled meat with deep smokiness.
In addition, the restaurant only provides the highest-quality meats, which are specially sourced from Australia. You might be well-acquainted with the beef from local supermarkets, but at Barossa, you get to enjoy fresh Aussie beef.
Perhaps a wine lover? The restaurant also serves exquisite red wine sourced from Australia’s Barossa Valley, adding an unique depth of tangy flavor when paired up with the meat.
You need to try their Blue Cheese Steak which is a roasted beef steak that is served with blue-cheese mayonnaise and caramelized arugula onions. You also get deep-fried onions on the side.
This course cost around $28 and definitely more than enough to be dined by two
Hurry! Grab a friend and rush to Barossa to satisfy your taste buds today!
|Address||8 Raffles Avenue #01-11 (Esplanade Mall)|
1 HarbourFront Walk, Singapore 098585 (Vivocity)
|Contact||+65 6534 5188 (Esplanade Mall)|
+65 6255 1855 (Vivocity)
MASA Steak and Hamburg was launched by a Japanese group that is famously known for using only Grade A4 Wagyu beef for every dish.
So if you’re looking for the most premium Wagyu beef ever, you know exactly where you need to head to. Wagyu lovers will be in awe of the excellent marbling of the beef at MASA. The restaurant sources Wagyu, especially from Japan, for providing its consumers the most authentic possible.
In addition, there are plenty of dishes waiting for you. You will absolutely go gaga over the charcoal-grilled Wagyu steak and Wagyu beef Carpaccio.
What’s more? The most budget-friendly dish is the MASA hamburg steak, which costs $28, and the MASA premium hamburg, which also costs around $28, which consists of Wagyu beef patty topped with BBQ sauce between two buns.
One of the most expensive ingredients served in a classic hamburger is something that we doubt you’d want to miss out on.
|Address 11 Unity Street, #01-03, Robertson Walk|
|Contact +65 6836 2529|
When it comes to charcoal-grilled foods, we doubt that anyone can do it better than Sumiya. In fact, even their name means Charcoal House. Decorated with dark wood, the entire restaurant has a modern look, complete with dispensing machines. It serves primarily Japanese food and is well-known for its budget-friendly set of lunch sets.
Some popular lunches include the Seared Japanese Wagyu Shabu Don with Salmon Roe and Crab Meat along with Mixed Kaisen Bara Don.
What’s more? The dish is topped with salmon roe, crab meat, and marinated egg, which brings together the exquisite taste of the Wagyu beef and the sea to your plate. Wow!
Moreover, to try includes the charcoal-grilled Wagyu beef with crazy salt and Japanese Wagyu Hamburg curry rice baked with cheese.
|Address||3 Temasek Boulevard Suntec City Mall #03-332/333 Sky Garden North Wing|
|Contact||+65 6235 1816|
9. Sushi Jin
Sprinkling some of the Japanese magic on their dishes, and attention to details Sushi Jin is the best place for large gatherings with family members, friends, or even your colleagues. It is located in one of the prime locations of Singapore and has an exclusive menu which is truly a reflection of the place’s effort to cater to everyone and satisfy them.
Sashimi is a little pricey at $16, but it works its magic on you. It is sourced specially from the Tsukiji market of Tokyo thrice a week, so you can be assured that you’re getting the best quality for your money and the freshest ingredients possible. Wow!
Moreover, their Wagyu Foie Gras Don, priced at $39, and Wagyu Don, priced at $35, are some of the dishes of the restaurant to die for. They are served as lunch sets, which come with beef slices with rice dipped in truffle soy sauce that will melt in your mouth.
Deliciousness awaits you and your family.
|Address||1 Farrer Park Station Road, Owen Link|
|Contact||+65 6443 3378|
10. Sandaime Bunji
Sandaime Bunji is a Japanese restaurant located at Millennium walk and gives you the feeling of enjoying a cozy meal at a conventional eatery all the back in Japan. The wooden signboard only adds to this experience.
What’s more? Serving budget-friendly beef-centric Japanese cuisine, which is mouth-watering, it is extremely difficult for any meat lover to avoid the mountain of beef served at Sandaime Bunji.
Don’t hesitate too much if you want to give this place a tryout! The place is limited to 15 sets of the Wagyu roast beef set lunch and dinner set respectively, so you need to be early.
In addition, the Wagyu roast beef set is priced at $19.90 during lunch-hours and $24.90 during dinner and comes with 250 gms of medium-rare roasted beef along with barley and a bowl of rice.
Definitely one of the highlights of the place. Other must-tries include the Gyutan and oden lunch sets.
|Address||9 Raffles Boulevard, #01-14/15, Millenia Walk|
|Contact||+65 6333 1516|
Yay! That brings us to a close on our list of best places to get a good Wagyu Beef. We understand that while this might be a premium ingredient, you might want to check in customers reviews before coming to a choice. There is nothing wrong with that!
Meanwhile, do you know what’s nearly as good as Wagyu beef? A piece of chocolate. Here’s a list of the best chocolate gifts in Singapore.
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