WAKANUI is a unique Singapore steakhouse that fuses together the best meat from New Zealand with cooking techniques of Japan. From the menu you can therefore expect sheer quality in the way of favourites like dry aged ocean beef bone-in ribeye and WAKANUI spring lamb grilled over Japanese Binchotan charcoal to get that special WAKANUI taste. You’ll find WAKANUI Grill Dining on level 4 of Marina One, right on Straits View of Marina Bay. It’s stylish yet humble and the New Zealand meat is absolutely some of the best you will taste anywhere. The WAKANUI experience is very worth a reservation in advance.
Please note that last orders at this restaurant is 2:30pm for lunch and 9:30pm for dinner.
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The noise levels were not the best, only due to kids being around. The lamb chops are really great for someone who have no qualms about the gaminess of the meat, it is also suitable for those afraid to try lamb chops.
The restaurant was kind to prepare a birthday surprise for me. Exceptional service and quality food. Good for business lunch/dinner.
The spring Lamb chop is to die for. The steak taste so good even without the condiments. Perfect doneness. The staffs are attentive and friendly whom deserve a thumbs up for their service. Though pricing is on high side but everything is worth it.
WAKANUI originally opened its doors in 2011 in Tokyo and very quickly established itself as one of the top dining experiences in the city with a spectacular emphasis on dishes involving dry aged ocean beef and spring lamb. The team then decided to bring WAKANUI to Singapore’s Marina One and wasted no time in showing Singapore’s carnivorously-inclined what meat in New Zealand is all about when combined with the flair of the Japanese kitchen and the use of Japanese Binchotan charcoal.
Whether for lunch or dinner, WAKANUI Grill Dining will wow. Quality is very much prioritised over quantity, with a concise menu that features some of the finest quality dishes that can be found within the Marina Bay area. You’ll find predominately dry-aged ocean meats cooked over a traditional Japanese Binchotan grill which is centrally-placed in the restaurant’s open kitchen. Start your dinner perhaps with New Zealand green lip mussels or terrine of the day, before moving onto grass-fed beef fillet, a full or half rack of WAKANUI spring lamb or Ito Wagyu fillet. Alongside all this, WAKANUI offer a curated boutique wine list full of New Zealand favourites which can be paired perfectly with the food on offer. Among these, of course, is Providence, undisputedly New Zealand's ultimate cult wine. As steakhouses in Singapore go, the WAKANUI experience is very difficult to match.