Trending Food: More affordable yakiniku concepts firing up grills in coffee shops

Yakiniku eateries have never been hotter. PHOTO: 59 HUTONG YAKINIKU
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SINGAPORE – As the rainy season hits, it is time to fire up the grill for some yakiniku – Japanese-style barbecued meat which commonly features marinated beef, pork or chicken.

Yakiniku eateries – from hawker stalls to high-end restaurants – have never been hotter, perhaps fuelled by the pent-up, post-pandemic demand for a communal and interactive dining experience.

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