Moku, meaning ‘wood’ in Japanese, stays true to its name and keeps to the theme of wooden furniture and complementing brick walls that provide a cosy, homey vibe. Young chef Mike Wong has five years of culinary experience in Japanese cuisine and he and his partner have concocted a menu of Japanese and French flavours. You can keep things simple and go with your usual chicken thigh or wing, but Mike recommends the cheese tsukune, minced chicken stuffed with cheddar cheese, and the mixed mushrooms cooked in butter, lemon and chicken stock. For pork lovers, the pork belly with sliced tomatoes is a perfect blend of salty and sweet. Moku also saves the hassle of you prepping your own barbecue pit as they can set up a personal grill at your table (only for outside seating).
|Venue name:||Moku Grill & BBQ||Contact:|
2 Jalan 1A/7A
|Opening hours:||Daily, 11am-11pm|