Mention Japanese cuisine and the first images that flash through your mind are likely sushi and sashimi. Yakiniku, which combines our love for the cuisine with our love for barbecue, is another style of cooking that likely ranks high on your list of favourite Japanese foods (or else why would you click into this story right?).
Thanks to the use of famous meats such as wagyu and Kobe beef, yakiniku often has the reputation of being expensive. This is why we have curated this list of yakiniku restaurants in Singapore at different price points, from wallet-friendly to a luxurious splurge, so that everyone can treat themselves to luscious, mouth-watering meats cooked over a grill.