Stellar at 1-Altitude now rears and serves its own Tajima Wagyu

Stellar at 1-Altitude is now exclusively serving Tajima Wagyu beef sourced from its own cattle, according to a press statement on May 17, 2017. 

Photo courtesy: Stellar at 1-Altitude
Photo courtesy: Stellar at 1-Altitude

It is the first restaurant in Singapore to rear its own wagyu cattle at Australia’s premium Wagyu farm Tiana Park, located in the Riverina region of New South Wales.

The Taijma crossbred Wagyu originated from the Hyogo prefecture in Japan and was first introduced into Australia in 1991. It is also the most famous of all Wagyu bloodlines. The cattle is fed a specially formulated Japanese diet for a minimum of 400 days.

The beef is renowned for its sought after tenderness, distinctive marbling and flavour.

Photo courtesy: Stellar at 1-Altitude
Photo courtesy: Stellar at 1-Altitude



In addition to premium cuts such as tenderloin, rib eye and strip loin, diners are now presented the rare opportunity to taste over 20 unique cuts from every part of the Wagyu—such as the tri-tip, oyster blade, intercostal and karubi cuts—transformed through quintessential progressive Australian cooking by Executive Chef Christopher Millar.

Diners can now enjoy Stellar at 1-Altitude’s specialty Tajima Wagyu cuts at dinner from Monday to Friday(6.30pm – 10.00pm), Saturday (6.00pm – 10.00pm) and Sunday (6.00pm – 9.00pm).

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Kareyst Lin
Kareyst Lin – Senior Writer

Kareyst has experience in writing about B2B technology for Computerworld Singapore, MIS Asia and CIO Asia; and on government technology for GCIO Asia. Her pet areas are artificial intelligence, Internet of Things and smart cities - these are fueled by her obsession with sci-fi movies and philosophy of mind. She is also part of the Over The Moon team, which is a movement to promote and give voice to independent Mandopop music in Singapore.

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