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2015-12-14 169 views
Having a good meal with loved ones that's what makes the experience.Ito Kacho Yakiniku @ Mandarin Gallery serves premium grade black Wagyu beef imported from Japan. Their popular premium beef platter comprising different cuts of black Wagyu beef such as Tokujo Bara, Tomo Bara and Naga Bara.Well known for the recommended beef cut for Yakiniku which is the belly portion where marbling consistency is the highest.Situated on the fourth level, this is the first outlet to be established in Singapore o
Ito Kacho Yakiniku @ Mandarin Gallery serves premium grade black Wagyu beef imported from Japan. Their popular premium beef platter comprising different cuts of black Wagyu beef such as Tokujo Bara, Tomo Bara and Naga Bara. Well known for the recommended beef cut for Yakiniku which is the belly portion where marbling consistency is the highest.
Situated on the fourth level, this is the first outlet to be established in Singapore outside Japan.
Commendable service of Executive Chef Michael Ong who suggested that I should try the black Wagyu Sasami Flank Steak ($69.00/120g). Absolute "thumbs up" for his recommendation.
We ordered a large plate of black Wagyu Sasami Flank Steak ($69.00). weighing 120g. Due to the method of chilling, the taste is delicate compared to frozen beef being tougher and drier. The convection or indirect grilling is a good method for slow cooking and grilling as the convection occurs at the top of the grill. Ito-Kacho serves quality Japanese rice. We also placed order for two types of set lunch (Manzoku @ $58.00++) and (Otegaru @ $38.00++)
For Manzoku Main Course, we opted for A4 Wagyu Beef, Chef's choice. Aside beef, Ito Kacho offers top grade Tzubo-Tsuke Kurobuta which is marinated black Berkshire Pork known for its tenderness. Each slice well marinated, chewy and juicy.
For second set, we chose Kurobuta Japanese Pork Chef’s choice. For starters, we were served a bowl of Hiyayakko (Traditional Japanese Cold Tofu) topped with Wakame and Ebiko.
There’s nothing more traditional in Japanese cuisine than cold tofu with a refreshing taste. Hamaguri Ushio-jiru
A bowl of hot, tasty and light clear clam soup. The Manzoku lunch includes a plate of Sashimi platter comprising of top grades Tuna, Salmon and Fugu Fish.
The thinly sliced subtle fresh flavour semi transparent cut and slightly firm texture is just great for sashimi. The sweet course eaten at the end of the meal is none other than a refreshing bowl of lychee sorbert. Ito Kacho celebrates their 3rd Anniversary and is currently giving away 20% discount
for every $100 you spent for the entire month of December 2015.
Also a whopping $10 voucher to offset your next meal only to be used in 2016.
Thank you Executive Chef for your friendliness and good recommendation.
Special thanks also to the helpful and attentive serving staff.
Happy 3rd Birthday Ito Kacho.