Want to enjoy an all-you-can-eat buffet of premium Wagyu beef? Known for its marbling, unique flavour and texture, there’s no better way to sample a wide variety of Wagyu beef cuts, such as sirloin, ribeye, tenderloin, and chuck roll than at a Wagyu beef buffet. Given that ordering these premium cuts of meat ala carte can quickly get pricey, you’ll get more bang for your buck at these 12 Wagyu beef buffets in Singapore!
At Tajimaya Yakiniku, you can expect an authentic Japanese charcoal grill experience like no other. Especially if you want to indulge in top-grade meat, the restaurant is most famous for their divine Japanese and Australian Wagyu, available in a range of cuts from ribeye to chuck short rib. For buffet seekers, their Premium Wagyu Buffet is priced at $59.90++ for lunch and $69.9++ for dinner, and in the 100-minute session you get to feast on unlimited Wagyu, pork belly, tiger prawns, sashimi and more!
Got a serious meat craving? Head over to Yakiniku Ohji for a yakiniku charcoal barbecue buffet! There are three tiers of yakiniku buffets you can choose from here, but if you want to feast on Japanese Wagyu, go for their A4 Wagyu buffet at $54.80++. You’ll get to enjoy a variety of cuts such as the kalbi, sirloin, beef tongue, inner kalbi, lean meat, marinated beef, and harami skirt. Not only does the buffet cover an assortment of Wagyu, there are also a variety of marinated and non-marinated pork and chicken, salmon sashimi, aburi salmon sashimi and teriyaki salmon!
If you love Wagyu, Tenkaichi is not to be missed. Their prices might be higher than the other establishments here, with their Dinner Premium Buffet setting you back $74.90++, but you’ll be greeted with a smorgasbord of Wagyu beef such as Wagyu tataki, Wagyu beef sashimi, ox tongue, and more. Make sure to also leave some room in your tummy for their fresh seafood such as scallops, Hokkaido oysters, and sashimi!
Chances are you might have come across this famous yakiniku chain somewhere in Japan and in Singapore. No matter which outlet you visit, expect to be impressed by a large selection of Wagyu at reasonable prices! You have the option of the Australian Wagyu buffet at $69.80++, which offers four different cuts like karubi and brisket, along with various other meats and side dishes. Or, go all out for the famed Japanese Wagyu buffet at $89.90++ that includes five other choices like steak, tomosankaku, and chuck cuts!
Since its establishment in 1970, Yakiniku Heijoen has been serving up authentic Japanese Wagyu, procuring only top quality Kuroge Wagyu from Japan. Go for the Premium Wagyu Buffet ($90++) for all-you-can-eat Wagyu kalbi, jo-rosu, harami, beef tongue and other meats like black pork, chicken thigh and seafood items!
Hailing from Hong Kong, Syohachi Yakiniku is famed for their top-notch A5 Japanese wagyu beef imported from the Hidakami Ranch in Japan’s Miyagi prefecture. There are two different buffet options, but we recommend going for the A5 Wagyu Beef Ala Carte Buffet (from $70++). Be treated to unlimited platters of premium A5 Japanese Wagyu cuts: tri-tip, chuck, round, brisket, knuckle, diced cubes, along with other yummy dishes like pork ribs, chicken, scallops, oysters, sushi, soup, cooked items and more!
Housed in JEM, Shaburi & Kintan is two separate restaurants under one roof, with Shaburi focusing on shabu-shabu while Kintan offers Japanese BBQ. Kintan has a Premium Wagyu Buffet that starts at $59.80++ for weekday lunch and $64.80++ for dinner, weekends, and PH. This option entitles you to items such as Wagyu steak and Wagyu karubi, amongst 54 items that you can eat to your heart’s content.
ROCKU is an edgy, bold and upbeat yakiniku joint located at Bugis+, where diners can enjoy their yakiniku with modern entertainment that characterises Japanese pop culture. To satiate your Wagyu cravings, go for the Premium Buffet that starts at $49.90++ for weekday lunch, where you’ll get to enjoy unlimited servings of Australian Wagyu, as well as a yakiniku platter that consists of Miyazaki chuck short ribs, short plate, and Kagoshima flap meat, ribs ringer, along with garlic butter abalone and Japanese oyster.
Azmaya is definitely a go-to yakiniku joint to satiate any wagyu beef cravings, with two outlets centrally located at Robertson Quay and Cuppage Plaza that closes after midnight. You’ll find two Wagyu yakiniku buffet options here: the Japanese Wagyu ($105++) and Aussie Wagyu ($90++). In both options you’ll get to taste both thin and thickly-sliced Wagyu, along with innards, steak, pork, seafood, grilled items and more.
Suki-Ya KIN is the more premium counterpart to Suki-Ya, with prices starting from $38.90++. Its unique shabu-shabu is a must-try for Wagyu and hotpot lovers, which complements the high quality Australian Wagyu and Kurobuta pork belly. Alongside unlimited servings of meat, health-conscious Wagyu lovers will also be glad to know that Suki-Ya KIN has a vegetable bar that's decked out in a wide selection of fresh veggies!
Tucked away in The Rail Mall, Hitoyoshi Yakiniku offers a traditional Japanese-style barbeque with carefully curated Wagyu beef cuts – think A5 Miyazaki Wagyu, king harami, premium US karubi and beef tongue. Apart from the Wagyu beef, you’ll also get to feast on US black angus beef and Iberico pork, along with an assortment of appetisers, sashimi and side dishes. Priced at $86.90++ per pax, it is one of the best Wagyu buffet in Singapore at this price point!
Located at Millenia Walk and 100AM, GyuJin offers a shabu-shabu buffet option if that’s how you like your Wagyu. The restaurant boasts six dashi broths such as Hidashi kelp, yuzu, and ginger chicken. Go for the Gyujin Course at $82++, where you'll be treated to Japanese A5 Wagyu, Australian Wagyu, USA beef, Hokkaido pork and chicken, along with an assortment of veggies to go with your meal!