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Tuesday, April 8, 2014


Takumi prides itself in being a waygu expert. They offer a Japanese styled BBQ as well as a range of yakitori and a la carte menu.

We went for the all you can eat waygu BBQ. You get an 1.5 hours to eat as much waygu, ox tongue, salad, vegetable, miso soup and rice. Instead of adding $15 per person, we also order an extra plate of seafood.

The waygu is a decent grade and you can easily cook through 1 plate easily. Very clear marble on the meat.

For those who like something with a little less chew, the ox tongue is great if you just sear it. Make sure you don't overcook it.

You can a salad with sesame dressing a plate of vegetables to keep you going when you don't feel like anymore meat.

They call last order when you are 1 hour into your session.

I read quite a few reviews saying that the service was bad, but we found it quite the opposite. The manager was very friendly and even reminded us that if we dine with 5 people in the future, that we can ask a friend along because the 6th person is free, even with et card.

Overall 14.5/20. It's a bit pricy but if you can eat enough waygu, then it's worth it.

Sorry this post is a bit shorter compared to normal. It's a bit difficult to judge the cooking, when you are cooking it yourself.

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