This Butchery And Sando Shop At Tanjong Pagar Serves Mouth-Watering A5 Wagyu Katsu Sandos

When it comes to the world of beef, the word “Wagyu” will have you grabbing people’s attention instantly. Well, it looks like the newly-opened Gyu San at Tanjong Pagar might soon see crowds flocking towards them. Tucked away at Guoco Tower lies this 2-in-1 Wagyu butchery and Japanese sando shop that serves up tasty A5 Wagyu Sandos for all you beef lovers to enjoy!

Butchery And Sando Shop At Tanjong Pagar

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Image: Singapore Foodie

Accommodating up to 25 pax, Gyu San features both an indoor and alfresco setting for diners to enjoy. Helming the kitchen is Chef Tomoyuki Kiga, who has worked in Michelin-starred restaurants all around the world. Offering a small menu, Gyu San focuses on providing customers with quality ingredients.

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Image: Singapore Foodie

For the wagyu katsu sandos, Satsuma Gyu 4% Miracle is used for the cut of meat. Graded A5, enjoy a rich and beautiful marbling from Olympic-winning black cows, with its distinct texture and intense flavour elevating the sandos to another level.

A5 Striploin Katsu Sando ($48)

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Offering three different cuts – $32 for house-cut, $48 for striploin, and $62 for chateaubriand, we decided to go for the striploin. 200g of premium A5 Wagyu is coated with panko breadcrumbs and is deep-fried to a golden-brown exterior. A layer of wasabi aioli is then added before it is sandwiched between two slices of toasted shokupan.

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The bread is toasted well, giving a pleasant crunch as soon as you bite into the sando. As for the star of the dish, the striploin is pretty tender and has an incredible beefy flavour. Unfortunately, it lacks the melt-in-your-mouth texture you would typically expect from such a high grade of beef. Perhaps it could have been due to the cooking of the striploin, as the temperature was leaning towards the medium-well to well-done side.

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Adding a delightful contrast of creaminess and tang is the wasabi aioli, which helps to cut through the fattiness of the beef as well. The aioli does get a tad heavy after a while, making this a good sharing dish. Overall, the Katsu Sando might not be the best but it is definitely still pretty satisfying.

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Hurry Down To Gyu San Today!

For those who aren’t looking to splurge, you can also opt for the cheaper cuts as well as their more affordable sandos like the Ebi Katsu Sando ($28) and Tamagoyaki Katsu Sando ($18). For sharing, be sure to go for their Wagyu Chips ($8). Additionally, they also offer complimentary green tea for all you tea lovers to enjoy. Hurry down for a taste today!

Address: 7 Wallich St, Unit #01 – 03, Guoco Tower, Singapore 078884

Operating Hours: Daily, 11:30 am – 3:00 pm & 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

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