Most worthy. But getting a table is usually an issue. Call in advance to book. The staff are helpful and the owner is most humble.
I am a huge fan of yakiniku and this place is the best I have ever had. I have had it all over Japan, the United States, and Singapore and was blown away by this place. The Yukke (raw beef and egg yolk) is ridiculous as a starter. We had the Wagyu Harami, Beef Tongue, Pork Belly, Wagyu Karubi, and... More
Yakiniku Tei Ao-Chan is a Japanese style Korean BBQ restaurant. The cuts of meat there is worth every cent of the price. You are paying for quality not quantity. Their ponzu sauce also goes great with the meat slices. The Japanese rice ($2.80ea) is a great accompaniment to the meat slices. The yuuke(raw beef with egg yolk, $14.80) is an... More
The meat was very good, and they had a great selection of meats. The dipping sauce is nice, and the service very good. Compared to what I am used to paying for food, it was a bit expensive for the portions, but well worth a visit.
Food is ok but it's not cheap!
Very juicy and tender beef. Especially the Ox tongue and Rice but it is not cheap. About S$100 for 2 pax (drinks not inclusive)
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