Yakiniku-Go is another casual Japanese barbecue restaurant targeted at couples (or the solo diner) — it boasts small electric grills for parties of one, or a maximum of two within booth seats. Not to be confused with Yakiniku-Like, a similar casual barbecue concept from Tokyo that set up an outpost in Singapore a year ago. Yakiniku-Go, opening in February 2021 at Seletar Mall, is by RE&S Enterprises’, the company behind other Japanese eateries like Kuriya and Ichiban Sushi. The 68-seater joint with a pork-free menu has affordable sets that come with Japanese rice, soup and a choice of kimchi, radish or mixed salad. But here’s the catch, diners only have 50 minutes to enjoy their meal — we assume because they want to turn over tables quickly given the relatively low prices here.