The BBQ market in Singapore is certainly a saturated one, with many new BBQ restaurants claiming to be one of the best. Though newly opened on 15 Sep 2022, the founders behind 59 Hutong Yakiniku have years of experience to support that claim.
What sets aside 59 Hutong Yakiniku from its competitors is the expertise that it has in the art of yakiniku. The restaurant, located along 35 Boat Quay, is a collaboration between local dining start-up, 59, and Hutong Yakiniku, an established yakiniku brand from Taiwan which has over ten years of experience.
Through this partnership, they aim to provide the mouthwatering experience of yakiniku with sincere Taiwanese service.
59 Hutong Yakiniku provides a comprehensive selection of premium meats, including Japanese A5 Wagyu, Australian Wagyu and US Prime Angus Beef.
Within these selections, you can choose the parts that you want for grilling. Signature options include Japanese A5 Wagyu Chateaubriand (S$98++) and AUS Wagyu DNA Tongue (S$80++).
To be able to enjoy your yakinikiu feast to its fullest, a certain level of doneness is recommended for each cut. Diners who aren’t confident with their grilling skills can ask for help from the friendly service crew, who will take over the cooking process.
It has unique takes on Taiwanese delicacies, such as braised pork rice, which is re-imagined as Wagyu Beef Japanese Rice (S$12++). Other must-tries include Cuttlefish Sausage (S$14++), which is made from sashimi-grade Penghu cuttlefish, and the Raw Crab Roe in Crab Shell (S$18++), which is seasoned with Japanese miso, butter, and topped with crabstick.
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