The Gyu Bar is a contemporary Yakiniku dining and bar concept that specializes in premium Wa-Oh Japanese beef from Kumamoto. Set in a modern setting reminiscent of old world elegance, the 35 seater restaurant is the perfect backdrop to create unforgettable conversations and memories for gourmet food lovers and tipple aficionados alike.
The exhaustive variety of succulent wagyu beef at Gyu Bar will leave your eyes popping out of their sockets and make it impossible to choose one. Don’t worry. You can just call for the nine-course Japanese Wagyu Omakase Meal starting at $238. Some varieties to check out here include the Wagyu Katsu with homemade curry which comes with a sirloin cut of Tankaku beef from Iwate. Another hot favourite from the omakase menu is the Yakiniku Platter. Devour mouthfuls of chuck rib, chateaubriand and sirloin cuts from Miyazaki beef roasted to perfection over the grill. Wash all of this chunky protein with a complimentary glass of sake available by the side of the restaurant and call it a night.
Intimate interiors and complimentary sake welcome you at the 35 seater restaurant The Gyu Bar as the place is wafting with invigorating smoky aromas. It is going to be a meat marathon at this place, so get your cutlery out and get ready to tuck in. A staggering 10 course menu involving various premium Japanese beef cuts awaits famished customers who wait eagerly to cook slices on the grill. However, if you’re not in the mood for a meaty slice, feel free to order the Ishiyaki garlic egg rice- definitely a treat for the eyes and the mouth for it is served not in a regular plate but on a piece of searing stone!
I indulged in the Omakase Beef Platter ($178) that serves an assortment of five beef cuts of the day (based on availability), weighing a total of 300 grams.
For something non meat, opt for the Ishiyaki Garlic Egg Rice (S$15) served in a hot stone. The fried rice is very aromatic. And as the culture prevails. It is served at the end of the meal as a cleanser!