There are two outlets of Aburiya. First is at Robertson Quay, while we visited Aburiya Boat Quay for the amazing Premium Japanese Wagyu Beef items. This outlet, situated along the conservation Shophouse, facing the serene-looking Singapore River. Aburiya Boat Quay offers both indoor and Alfresco dinning.
For those who love beef and in particular, premium Wagyu, will know of the numerous big name such as Magosaburo Wagyu Dinning, GYUU+ Yakiniku Grill which are the 2 out of the many which we tried previously.
Step into the hosue of wagyu, one would reckon that it is a Japanese restaurant due to the typical Zen design within the interior space.
If you are looking for an interesting alcoholic drink, order the Hyoketsu-Shu ($12), frozen Sake. Extremely cold drink, great for a sweltering day.
Whet the appetite with Kimichi Mori ($10). On the platter are 4 made in-house pickles; cucumber, radish, okra and cabbage.
Kushi Mori ($15) comprised 5 skewers with Pork Cheek (Toronto), Lamb, Chicken (Tori) Lemongrass, Short Rib (Wagyu Karubi) and Lean Beef (Wagyu Akami). Each has different texture and flavours. A good bar bite to go with beer.
Wagyu Carpaccio ($19) made a come-back is a winners of Singapore River One 2018 Signature Dishes. Beyond the dramatic smoke-filled bell jar when served, the paper-thin sliced Wagyu with Truffle and Olive Oil together with Ikura, Tobkio, Shiso Leaf is certainly oshi.
Atsugiri Tongue ($20)
Value-for-money Tokusen Wagyu Mori ($50) is the must order. A medley of 4 freshest Wagyu with 150 grams per serving; Tokusen Wagyu Karubi – top quality with best shimofuri (marbling), Tokusen Wagyu Rosu (also known as Zabuton, prime cut of Chuck roll) – tender with fine shimofuri, Tokusen Sirloin – tender chunky leant meat and last but not least, the Ribs.
Grilling it over the flame, you could hear the soft sizzling of fats tempting the other senses.
After all the worthy high quality fatty meat, it is the perfect moment to round it up with the light and refreshing cold Reimen ($11.90). Bouncy Korean noodles in cold zesty broth.
Lastly, if you are looking for some sweet treats, at Aburiya Boat Quay, they offer Ice Cream ($4 per scoop) with Chocolate and Sesame and Matcha. We think the best is the Sesame.
Aburiya Boat Quay is a beef heaven. For anyone who love their beef meat must visit this restaurant as they serve affordable premium cut.
Aburiya Boat Quay
78 & 79 Boat Quay, SINGAPORE 049886/7
Tel: +65 6532 0365
Monday – Friday 1130 to 1500, 1800 to 2330 | Saturday and Public Holiday Eve 1800 to 2330 | Sundays and Public Holidays 1800 to 2230
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