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Wednesday, July 5, 2023

Waa Cow

Vicocity's newsletter recently landed in my mailbox mentioning the newly opened stores at Level 1 and the name of "Waa Cow" caught my attention. In fact, the outlet in Vicocity is their New Flagship with Family-centric Menu

Waa Cow in Vivocity

Our meal started off with Chawanmushi. We ordered the one with Yuzu flavour and no doubt it has a slight Yuzu fragrance. The Chawanmushi was wobbly and smooth, however, I still find that its lacking a good taste where we can normally find in the sushi place. 

Yuzu Chawanmushi - $5.40

The sashimi grade Hokkaido scallops were torched and topped with Mentaiko as well as spring onions. The texture was slimy and overall quite average for us.

Hokkaido Scallops - $15.90

The Original Wagyu Beef bowl was topped with an additional Onsen Egg at another $1.50. The Wagyu Beef was cooked sous-vide for 24 hours, with a golden brown color and served on a bed of rice with a soy-based beef sauce made in house.
Original Wagyu Beef with additional Onsen Egg - $24.40

 The beef was tender and well-marbled while The 62 °C eggs were simply addictive.

Wagyu Beef

Waa Cow's signature Wagyu beef is torched with their special beef sauce, drizzled with house-made Mentaiko Mayonnaise, a 62 °C egg, and a soy-based beef sauce made in-house. This yummy Mentaiko Wagyu Beef was served on a bed of rice.

Mentaiko Wagyu Beef - $24.90

The quality of our meals was good and I will like to be back for their Charashi Bowls.

Rating: 3.25 / 5

Waa Cow! Vivo City
1 Harborfront Walk #01-188C Singapore 098585

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