Nikunohi (Eat at Seven)

In Japan, the average queue time to get into this restaurant is 30 minutes. The restaurant is helmed by Chef Kensuke Sakai. With a great selection of authentic roast beef and premium meats, this is a mecca for carnivorous eaters. Its secret ingredient is the east-meets-west marinade, which is used to enliven all its Yakiniku meats.

The meats they bring in are a cut above the rest and patrons can select many different parts of the cow in one seating. The Tomo Sankaku (Tri-trip) is the best part of lean meat thanks to its wonderful marbling. Kainomi (bottom flap) is the part of the flank breast that boasts a thick sweet layer of fat. Other offerings like Shibire (Veal Sweetbreads), whose taste resembles that of foie gras, will also be available.

Operating Hours:
Mon – Fri:
11:30 - 15:00 (Last order: 14:30)
17:30 - 22:30 (Last order: 22:00)

Sat – Sun:
11:00 - 22:30 (Last order: 22:00)
Specialties: The signature dishes include the Master Course, Ultimate Gyudon (rice topped with beef) and Liver & Foie Gras Salad. Apart from the yakiniku menu, the restaurant also serves 15 kinds of tapas which are made by an Italian cuisine chef. They include Ahijo and trippa al pomodro, which is made with beef guts.
Dining Style: Casual
Dress Code: Casual
Price: 40
Payment Options: Cash, Visa, MasterCard
Executive Chef: Chef Kensuke Sakai
Parking Details: Suntec City Basement Carpark
Corkage Details: $20/ bottle

Additional Details
  • Non-smoking Restaurant
  • Child Friendly
  • Wheelchair Friendly
  • Corporate Events
  • Large Groups