6634 3313
ROCKU Yakiniku is a casual restaurant which delivers a fresh and different concept to traditional Yakiniku joints. It combines traditional Japanese dining with modern entertainment. Customers are entertained by Japanese, Korean and Mandarin modern pop music. continue reading
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11:30 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
11:30 - 22:00
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Review (14)
Level2 2021-09-26
Headed over to Bugis+ after work with colleagues. So  many BBQ buffet here at Bugis+ and we settled for RockU because the place looks interesting from outside i.e. dark and romantic.Honestly for the price i.e. close to SGD40/pax, we were quite disappointed as the spread was quite limited. Food quality was average and so was the service. Overall, we did enjoy ourselves due the the dinning experience. continue reading
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Halloween has crept up on us once again and my post today is to show you where to have a "horror-ween" good time. Halloween is not widely celebrated in Singapore, in fact this year there's only the Halloween Horror Nights 5 that is happening. (I miss Sentosa Spooktacular) So you can imagine the crowds and queues there. Alternatively, one could actually celebrate Halloween by having a good meal, chit-chatting and just chill.ROCKY Yakiniku is one place I would recommend going to. Located at the 4th floor of Bugis+, it was fairly easy to spot this restaurant due to the Halloween decorations outside. ROCKU Yakiniku is a casual, upbeat and edgy restaurant that brings a totally fresh concept to the traditional Yakiniku joints. It's a blend of traditional style of Japanese dining with modern entertainment which perfectly characterize the Japanese pop culture.The pullers there did a fantastic job by dressing up according to the Halloween theme. They are not to frighten you away but are more than happy to welcome you in. Enter if you dare! There's no turning back. So follow me in! Loving the upbeat and lively atmosphere of the interior of the restaurant. I felt like I just stepped into a pub but one which plays all my favourite songs which I can sing along to! That is how ROCKU entertains and enthralls their guests, with modern music of Korean, Japanese, English and Mandarin Pop-Rock variety, catering to the younger patrons who have become more international in their music taste.There's a stage in the middle which is for Live Band happening every Thursday to Saturday from 7pm to 10pm. Tonight's singer is Mint which most of us bloggers would have known too as she's a blogger as well. Aspiring singers can go up there to sing together as well. Check out short performance here.Thursday: Mint and MorganFriday: Regine and ErnestSaturday: Jia Ling and Ernest HORROR-WEEN MOCKTAIL$16.90++ Per JugWe begin our meal with the Horror-ween Mocktail. We chose the Spooky Passion (Passionfruit mocktail) and Bloody Thirsty (Strawberry mocktail). The drinks all have "eyeballs" in it and for the Strawberry mocktail, we even have to inject in the red syrup. Check out my instagram video here.COMPLIMENTARY ROCKU BOMB WELCOME DRINKOne of the main highlights of the night was this drink called the Rocku Bomb Welcome Drink. Be prepared for some shouting and table banging as you try to get that shot of sake to drop into the glass of beer cocktail. We had so much fun doing that. Check out my short instagram video on how we did it here. Best of all, it's complimentary for all customers every Monday to Thursday (while stocks last).YAKINIKU AND BEER BUFFET$35.90++ Per PaxFor $35.90++ per pax, you get to enjoy unlimited servings of meat, vegetable and side dishes from their buffet spread with free-flow beer! This is super duper worth it! Available every Sunday to Thursday from 6pm to 10pm.The joy of cooking your meat and vegetable on the sizzling hot charcoal grill. One thing to bear in mind is not to leave your food on the grill for too long as the fire is really very strong. We burnt some vegetables in the beginning.What better way to enjoy your veggies, seafood and meat at the same time? Meat lover will be able to enjoy the tantalizing cuts of meat, ranging from chicken, pork and beef. For the beef lovers, you will be able to enjoy beef cuts such as strip loin, short rib and chuck tender, all under one roof.Not forgetting to check out their buffet counter for the appetizer, sauces, desserts and some Halloween edition food items!The three main sauces available are sweet miso, spicy miso and ponzu sauce.Appetizer from the buffet counter.Halloween edition food items. Hotdog and cheese as chopped fingers and coloured eggs. Creative!Very unique green and pink chawanmushi.Really yummy side dishes that we had. Yes, they have free flow prawn and salmon too for a different buffet package.Equipped with high performance exhaust system that take care of the smoke, I remain comfortable in the air-conditioned environment throughout my meal. No smelling like BBQ food when I left the place. BUFFETFree flow meat and 20 additional dishes from their delectable buffet spreadLunch Buffet $15.90++Additional $3 on weekends (Fri, Sat, Sun), eve of public holidays and public holidays100 min per sessionDinner Weekday Buffet $25.90++100 min per sessionDinner Weekend Buffet $32.90++Includes free flow prawns and salmon (worth $3.90++)100 min per session continue reading
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Level1 2014-05-19
Brought its deal from voucherlicious .We had all the food and drinks (free flow jugs of drinks). Price: Only paid $30 for the voucher n no more extra charges. Quite worth it.Food: quite good especially for all the thin slices of meat of beef,bacon & thick pork belly. However other type of thicker slices meat is abit hard.Service: its a sunday n place is full house. Reservations were full so we walk in. We went at 6pm but reception inform us we hv to wait for an hour. When we are back in an hour we continue to wait. Our dinner starts at 8pm.Its good that the food comes in big portion so we dont hv to be keep ordering. Theres not many staffs around and u can see they are all quite busy. But nevertheless they always try to attend to u n get your ordered served. Environment: Cool n hip place. Looks like a club/pub already because of the dim lights. kpop music videos project onto the rugged looking bricks walls n many japanese graffiti. First time see this concept in restaurant . Cool!Dining time is 100mins but maybe because we went in quite late there are no more customers coming in and they are nice enough to let us finish our food without chasing us away and we bbq for about 2hrs. Overall good dining experience and will consider going back!  continue reading
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Level4 2014-02-26
When Charmaine* suggested going for Japanese Charcoal Grill, Micaela* and I readily agreed, since we have never tried it before. So that was how we ended up at Rocku Japanese Charcoal Grill at 201 Victoria Street #04-06 Bugis +, Singapore 188067 (Tel: 6634 3313) for a delicious dinner with a unique experience.Located conveniently Bugis+, Rocku Japanese restaurant looked normal on the outside, as in, just like any Japanese grill restaurant. It was when we stepped in then we realized that it resembled a pub more than a typical charcoal-grill eatery.Get past the rows of exotic Japanese wines and spirits, and head to the dining area. See this screen here in the photo? Don't be fooled, lights will soon be dimmed and Japanese bands entertain diners throughout the night; disco lights started flashing, and the place transformed into a lovely replicant of a Japanese club literallyWe selected what we wanted from the menu - pork, chicken, beef, assortment of vegetables etc, and the very amicable service crew served us shortly. We had a fun time grilling our own food - for me I usually preferred my food a little more char-grilled (blackened) though its unhealthy, I know.The meat portions were rather generous, and very neatly arranged. It was thoughtful that they actually cut up the portions into smaller pieces so it made it easier for us to grill and eat. What we got was mainly lean meat, so it was good. The meat was well-marinated as well, so that they were tasty. The accompaniment of vegetables and mushrooms made for a well-balanced meal albeit it being BBQ. continue reading
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Level4 2014-01-14
We paid close to $40 a person after tax for weekend dinner buffet which is overpriced for the quality of the food we received.Only the ambience was good with a live band which livened up the atmosphere.There was also a 100 minute limit for the buffet.There was a cooked food section which includes chawamushi,nuggets,chicken wings and some fruits such as orange and watermelons.The cooked items were cold and not replenished when finished.There was no free iced water too.We have to pay $12.90 ++ for a jug of soft drinks which is overpriced.The bbq food was very average,the grilling plate that was placed above the charcoal,was thin and easily charred,most of our food was charred quickly upon contact with the grill plate.We requested for the grilling plate to be changed but the server only adjusted the postion of the plate and did not change it. continue reading
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