With a name meaning ‘the day of meat’, Nikunohi is a Mecca for meat lovers, offering a hefty selection of premium meats prepared by chef Kensuke Sakai, famous for his appearance as the youngest ever contestant on Iron Chef. Singapore has no shortage of great Japanese restaurants, but this joint on Temasek Boulevard dishes up some of the finest yakiniku that the city-state has to offer. Make a reservation at Nikunohi and experience the hype for yourself.
Nice beef n set meal is adequate. Good value for money Service can be improved though Would recommend to people. Will visit again soon if got chance
Wonderful food and service. Our third time back and we enjoyed the both the cooked dishes as well as the BBQ meats. The chicken thigh is a favourite of our, well seasoned and juicy and affordable priced at $7 per portion which is good enough for 2 pax. We had the vegetable soup and porridge which was very hearty (I think they use beef broth) and comforting on a rainy evening! Service is excellent - attentive and helpful. The lady recognized us from our previous visit, which was very nice (and rare in Singapore).
Service by staff was excellent. Food was very yummy. Place felt a bit warm when we first walked in though. But no complaints overall. :)
Nikunohi takes the Japanese tradition of yakiniku and gives it a contemporary update, a modern ethos reinforced by its sleek wooden furniture and stylish setting. At this restaurant close to Singapore’s City Hall you’ll find an array of premium meats that can be grilled at your own table for a fun and interactive dining experience. With over twenty different types of meat to choose from, Singapore’s carnivorous crowd flock to Temasek Boulevard for a meaty feast.
Share some small tapas dishes like the Wagyu sashimi, cabbage with salted kelp, beef sinew stew and Korean seaweed, or feast on the Kiwami Ultimate Plate with six different cuts of meat including grilled sukiyaki, chuck eye, rib eye, chateaubriand, thick-sliced skirt and beef tongue. After all that meat, you’re probably going to want to end on a sweet note, so why not go for some yubari melon ice cream or the yuzu sorbet. Located on Temasek Boulevard in City Hall, Nikunohi is a popular choice for both lunch and dinner. Snag a seat by booking in advance.