Friday, 21 April 2017

Japanese and Korean Fusion- His.tori BBQ

What’s good about living in Singapore is not just because it is a food heaven but it is the variety of cuisines we can get to taste in one place or even one restaurant. His.tori Fusion Japanese Korean BBQ Restaurant is one of the restaurants that offer such interesting concept. They have a BBQ area where you can eat a wide selection of grills and the bar counter at the other side to relish on Japanese delights and alcoholic drinks.

His.tori BBQ has an excellent way of maintaining the freshness of the food. Unlike how the other Korean BBQ restaurants display their items out in the open air, His.tori puts all the uncooked ingredients in the refrigerator in individual plates and wrapped up tightly. Diners do not need to worry about the hygienic condition and can enjoy the food quality at it’s best.

The seafood are fresh and a wide variety is available such as prawns, octopus, crab, fish and many others. I would like to talk about the meat more as it is served generously with enticing flavors like the teriyaki chicken, hot spice chicken, beef bulgogi, short rib, pork belly, hot spice pork and my favorite enoki bacon.  Highlighting on that, a large portion of enoki is wrapped up thick and nice, I was hooked from the first bite because it is so juicy and delicious!  Seldom will you get such quality in BBQ restaurants. On a side note, His.tori uses smokeless grills, definitely a plus point for all, as you will not smell like charred meat when you leave this place.

Pork Collar
Beef Bulgogi
Hot and Spicy Chicken
Gyoza (Dumpling)
His.Tori Ikayaki

His.tori Japanese BBQ
Address : 20,22 Tanjong Pagar Road Singapore 088443
Tel : +65 6224 6539


  1. Very tasty blog that actually you shared here.Each and every item attracted me very much.Thank you.

  2. This is the best function room in the city. The food they served at Chicago event venues was warm, fresh and tasty, and the panoramic window is a sight to behold on a clear day. Their main hall was similar to a club/lounge – however, it had more of an intimate feel.