New in town: Yugo Yakiniku — Muslim-owned Yakiniku stall serving MSG-free donburi and grilled meat

If there’s one thing we can’t get enough of, it is definitely Muslim-owned yakiniku eateries. Good news for you Westies, as Yugo Yakiniku has just launched on 1 Oct 2022 at Jurong West Street 42. This Muslim-owned yakiniku stall doesn’t serve just grilled meat, as it also has donburis, aka rice bowls.

Yugo Yakiniku - Exterior shot
Credit – Yugo Yakiniku

Yugo means fusion in Japanese, and that is what Yugo Yakiniku is, as both bosses are of different races with each having a distinct cooking style. 

Despite having no cooking background, both Mr Aryaan and Ms Carol are passionate in cooking and thus acted upon it when they thought of opening up a yakiniku stall. They were most recently working in a food delivery business.

Yugo Yakiniku - Chicken Aburi Don

Donburis are sold all day. Some options include Karubi Don (S$8), which has soft and flavourful thin slices of short rib paired with an onsen egg and corn, and Chicken Aburi Don (S$5.50), which has flavourful chicken thigh as well as onsen egg and corn.

Yugo Yakiniku - Karubi Don

All meat from the donburis will be glazed with a special sauce before being torched, allowing for the sweetness of the meat to come through without overpowering the flavours of the proteins. They are also MSG-free!

Grilling options are only available from 5pm to 10pm on weekdays and 11am to 10pm on weekends. Meat options include Wagyu Striploin (S$4 per 50g), Beef Short Plate (S$4.50 per 100g) and Kata Rosu, or beef neck for S$6 per 100g.

Yugo Yakiniki serves USDA grade and Australian grass-fed free-range meat. Westies, you’ve got no excuse for not knowing where to eat with Yugo Yakiniku!

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