Time Out says
The Gyu Bar is mighty serious about their beef. They purchase grade A4 Kumamoto wagyu – for its excellent marbling and its clean flavour profile that doesn't overwhelm the palate – by entire cows to offer a full range of cuts, and the meat is air-flown chilled from Japan. To get yourself properly acquainted, spring for the Gyu Bar Platter ($98/130g) which spans eight different cuts of beef. Other star dishes include the Ishiyaki garlic egg rice ($15) that's served in a hot stone and sukiyaki beef ($30) that you're meant to dip in raw egg yolk seasoned with soy and truffle. And thanks to the stellar ventilation system, you wouldn't leave smelling like barbecue. Even better: The restaurant offers every customer a complimentary cup of sake (you even get to pick your own cup from the display!) as a welcome drink.
30 Stevens Rd
|Opening hours:||Tue-Sun noon-3pm; 6pm-11pm|
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