DIY Yakiniku Hawker Stall Sells $8 Beef Striploin Set With Rice & $5 Salmon Belly
It also offers off-the-menu Hokkaido wagyu beef.
Yakiniku — the Japanese term for grilled meat — is very popular with diners here, evidently from the casual restaurants that have popped up to cater to the demand, like Tokyo import Yakiniku Like (which recently opened two new outlets at VivoCity and Clementi Mall), and Yakiniku Go, by the folks behind Ichiban Sushi.
Joining the Japanese grilled meat party is newcomer Yakiniku Ninja, which soft-opened fortuitously on June 21, the day Phase 2 (Heightened Alert)’s dine-in ban was lifted. Like its restaurant counterparts, the stall offers a range of meat at wallet-friendly prices. But ’cos it’s located in a kopitiam, prices here are even lower than Yakiniku Like's.