New Yakiniku restaurant, The Gyu Bar, serves “Wa Ou” beef from Kumamoto prefecture, Japan.
The Kumamoto Kuroge Wagyu “Wa Ou” is labelled King of Wagyu Beef as they are raised in a privileged natural environment with only clean water, air and fed with a custom-blended diet made up of a variety of vegetables. Special care and good farming methods are practiced to relieve the cow from any stress. This gives the meat an intensed but balanced marbling texture and a rich flavor.
Try their signature Roast Beef Don for lunch. Thinly sliced Hokkaido slow-roasted top round (one of the subprimals of the beef round primal cut) with their chef’s secret gravy, topped with a Japanese onsen egg.
Do check out their sake glass feature wall and choose from 100 different glasses to hold your sake.
Event Information: A Yakiniku Dinner with Scotch Malts