Nice to meat you for DIY all you can eat wagyu beef BBQ
Yakiniku Gyuzou specialise in an all you can eat wagyu beef buffet. What’s notable is that the BBQ grills have inbuilt exhaust fans around the edges. So afterwards, there are no lingering BBQ smells of rendered beef fat, a much appreciated feature since I’m aware that’s a common complaint of all you can eat BBQ buffets.
It’s my duty to tell you that the premium buffet is where it’s at ($55 pp) and with that you have 90 minutes to stuff yourself. The following menus include the dishes and meats available to gluttons everywhere:
In every table is an electric BBQ with tongs set up. If you’re cautious about having to cook, don’t be alarmed as every piece of beef is sliced thinly and cooks in a matter of seconds. It’s so easy! Our preference to cook until the beef is just browned, even slightly pink is fine. A lot of the cuts also come pre-marinated in soy and mirin. However should you require, there are additional dipping sauces offered: a Yakiniku sauce, a salted oil sauce and chilli sauce. If you have to take a break from all the bovine, there’s plenty of seafood, sashimi and salad options too – so you can feel virtuous knowing one’s veggie quota has been fulfilled for the day.
For dessert you have two options: green tea pudding or ice cream in either green tea or matcha flavour. Pretty standard dessert staples of many Japanese restaurants.
MsBrulee dined as guests of Gyuzou BBQ. Opinions however are our own and independent.