Whether you’re into quantity or quality, we’ve got you covered! From delectable Chinese grills to irresistible Korean meats, be your own chef and have your dishes done your way at these establishments below.
With Japanese-inspired graffiti wall decor, flashing lights, and upbeat Asian pop-rock music, Rocku Yakiniku creates an ambience that matches the exhilarating experience of cooking your own food on the red-hot charcoal grill.
Located in the culturally rich grounds of CHIJMES, Renga-ya revolves around the idea of casual dining without sacrificing on quality. Serving up carefully sourced prime beef from Hokkaido and Kuroge A5 Grade Wagyu from Kagoshima, the restaurant ensures that all meats are bred and raised in its natural environment.
When a restaurant gets its name from its signature dish, you know you can’t miss out. Order their Eight Pork Belly Colour Set, or pamper yourself with delicate cuts of premium meats such as the precious Mangalitza pork and Ohmi Wagyu beef.
Enjoy authentic Korean spreads as you sink your teeth into mouthwatering slices of premium meat and dishes. For those looking for a light bite, a la carte options such as the chef recommended Daegu-Jeongol (Spicy Black Cod Hot Pot) and the Kimchi-Bokgeumbap (kimchi fried rice) are also available.
Providing an extensive selection of Southeast Asian and Singaporean-style marinated meats, Korean Fusion BBQ is most known for its decadent pork belly. Don’t forget to leave some space for the house signature dessert!
There’s something about buffets that attract hungry and price-attentive Singaporeans. OPPA BBQ prides itself for providing a large variety of fresh and authentic selections, all at an affordable price!
Pamper yourself at Seoul Garden with over 130 buffet selections, from succulent meats to cooked food to sweet treats. Swap out the steamboat soup option for Queso Fundido (cheese dip topped with kimchi and cheese) for some melty, gooey goodness to go with nachos, fried chicken, and potato waffles!
Dine like our ancestors did at The Hungry Caveman, with its cave-like interiors and brick seats. It’s also the first restaurant to offer automated electric BBQ grills, so all you have to do is align your meat skewer to the rack and watch as your meal automatically rotates and cooks!
Proudly presenting the first mentaiko cheese dip in Singapore, Ladyboy Moo-ka-Cheese offers a total of eight flavoured cheese dips for you to choose from. How's that for adding an extra creamy, cheesy taste to your grilled meats?
Traditional Thai BBQ starts with a dollop of lard that melts with the heat, leaving the dome-shaped grate slick with the fragrant oil that’s perfect for grilling meats and seafood. Go for their set meat platter which includes pork collar and pork Suriyaki - we promise you won’t regret it.
Salted Egg everything is all the craze in Singapore, but Talay Kata takes it to a whole new level by pairing them with barbecued meats. Indulge in their buffet where the Seafood selection is just one of the many highlights.