Anyone who loves beef salivates over the name ‘wagyu‘, and they will be delighted to hear that Waa Cow! Yakiniku is introducing premium wagyu beef to its menu on 1 Dec 2022. Yes, it’s time to elevate your yakiniku experience.
You can also enjoy their range of other quality meats, and specially-created house made dips upon request!
The popular Japanese grill-it-yourself chain made the move after receiving overwhelming feedback from customers. To satisfy what is anticipated will be an extremely positive response from Singaporeans craving an elevated dining experience, Waa Cow! Yakiniku has partnered with local butchers, including Huber’s Butchery and Meat Co.
Huber’s Butchery offers a selection of wagyu cuts from the Australian award-winning farm, Jack’s Creek. For a truly unique melt-in-your-mouth experience, you must try the delectable Rib Cap – Deckle ($29.90/100g), Inside Skirt ($19.90/100g) and Eye Round ($16.90/100g) cuts that are available at Waa Cow! Yakiniku.
You can expect a wonderful taste of Japanese excellence from Waa Cow! Yakinuku’s Kagoshima A4 Wagyu Tasting Platter ($68.00 for 200g). This includes must-try cuts from Satsuma Gyu: A4 Kainomi (Flap), A4 Karubi (Short Plate), A4 Jo-Karubi (Short Rib), A4 Sasabara (Flank), A4 Harami (Inside Skirt) and A4 Nakochi Karubi (Rib Finger).
My personal favourite is the A4 Jo-Karubi (Short Rib) as I love my beef a little fatty. For a more chewy bite, go for the A4 Harami (Inside Skirt) and A4 Sasabara (Flank). It’s safe to say you cant count on this platter to suit the taste buds of everyone at your table!
A bit of trivia before you go: ‘wagyu‘ is an amalgam of two words, ‘wa‘ that means ‘Japanese’ and ‘gyu‘ that means ‘cow’. Wagyu beef is essentially 4 different breeds of cattle that emerged from breeding Japanese cattle with European stock.
Remember to share that with your friends as you enjoy your delightful wagyu beef at Waa Cow! Yakiniku.
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