Mildly smoky Kopitiams are a common sight nowadays with how popular Mookatas are in Singapore. But if you’re a bit bored of Thai-style BBQs, what if we told you that you could grill meat in a coffee shop, Yakiniku style instead?
For denizens of the Southern parts of Singapore, you can soon indulge in affordable Japanese grilled meats at Yakiniku Warrior’s second outlet opening on 3 July 2021.
Continuing with their unique coffee shop Yakiniku experience, this second outlet will be located in a coffee shop in Bukit Merah.
If there’s one thing that Yakiniku Warrior is known for, it’s affordability. Not many other places where you can get meat platters from just S$6.
If you’re game for chicken, their Chicken Set gives you the best bang for your back at S$6 for 100g. Another choice that’s a good bargain is their Karubi Set which sets you back just S$8 for 100g of beef short plate.
Yakiniku Warrior also has a Beatbox Set ($12 for 250g) that includes 250g of chicken, beef, and pork for those that want bigger portions and more variety.
Alternatively, you can sink your teeth into some premium cuts like their Wagyu Steak Set (S$17 for 120g) or the Premium Karubi Set (S$14), with 100g of higher-quality marbled beef short plates.
Each set at Yakiniku Warrior also comes with a bowl of rice and a side of vegetables, so you have something to pair with the meat.
To celebrate their new Bukit Merah outlet, Yakiniku Warrior will also be launching a promo for a few premium steak cuts.
You can indulge in the popular steak cut of NZ Striploin (S$12 for 200g) or a fancier MB5 AU Wagyu Steak (S$15 for 150g) that’s scored with a good amount of melt-in-mouth fat.
But true ballers can go for a decadent A4 Miyazaki Wagyu Steak Miyazaki (S$60 for 200g), which is known as one of the best beef money can buy. Even at the Butchers, A4 Miyazaki 200g is worth S$80, while you can get it at a promotional price of S$60.
For those looking for a new Yakinku joint to check out, they should pop by and experienceone of the most affordable Yakiniku experiences in a coffee shop.