FatFuku

Robb Report Singapore - - Savour -

Long-time food writer, An­nette Tan, has ded­i­cated many years to wax­ing lyri­cal about food. So, it is al­most in­evitable that food is at her fore­front again. This time, in a more tan­gi­ble way with her pri­vate din­ing out­fit, FatFuku. A cel­e­bra­tion of her Per­anakan roots, ex­pect a homey, down-to-earth re­hash of clas­sic Nonya dishes done right. Stand­outs in­clude crispy Mee Aiam and Wagyu Beef Cheek Ren­dang. This small-scale op­er­a­tion takes place at Tan’s abode in Up­per East Coast, where she serves a feast of about seven dishes, fam­ily-style, to no more than nine guests at a time. fatfuku.com

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