Singapore is home to a myriad of international cuisines, from tantalising Korean BBQ to the sweat-inducing Mexican fare, one doesn’t really need to leave the country at all to explore new dishes.
Now, another popular overseas dish will be available right in the heart of Singapore.
I am talking about succulent beef steak cubes that are ubiquitous in Taiwanese street markets.
Named Huoyanshaiziniu which means “flamed, diced beef cubes”, the store will be making its home in the basement of Plaza Singapura.
Staying true to its name, the beef steak cubes are grilled and then it is torched and sprinkled with a little seasoning of your choice—seaweed powder, garlic powder and yakitori sauces.
They will be including a rice set on the menu as well.
One can argue that this is not novel idea since you can get it any steakhouse, but did I mention that the beef cubes will be going at $6.90 for 130g of Angus rib-eye?
And their rice set is priced at $8.
I mean, where can you get a steak in town that is below $10?
Two young Singaporeans are the brainchild of Huoyanshaiziniu
Co-owners, Sean Lee, 23, and Cheo Tian Feng, 21, had already planned to bring a franchise to Singapore while they were in NS.
“When we Googled a list of must-eat Taiwanese street food, we realised all of them were already available in Singapore, except the beef cubes,” Sean said.
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“We knew that the beef cubes are very popular and a lot of Singaporeans enjoy eating it, so we were keen on bringing it in,” he added.
But unfortunately, that did not come to fruition, so they decided to enter the fray with their own version, registering their company on the day they ORD-ed.
Judging from the establishment’s Facebook post, which garnered 748 shares and 300 comments as of writing time, it is going to be sizzling hot.
Oh and, of course, how can I forget the opening date.
They will be fully operational on 20 Jan!
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