Fat Cow

T. Dining by Singapore Tatler - - Japanese -

Fat Cow is one of the go-to places for ex­quis­ite steaks in Sin­ga­pore, but it’s not only the meats that shine here. The Ja­panese chefs do seafood very well, too, such as the tai no kuro-to­ryuku (sea bream), which pairs beau­ti­fully with black truf­fles and sea­soned kelp, as well as the Cara­bineros prawns, grilled sim­ply with salt and lemon. Of course, the meats are def­i­nite must-tries, par­tic­u­larly the A4 Ohmi rib-eye, with its ex­quis­ite mar­bling and ro­bust flavours. The meat is grilled over bin­chotan char­coal and served with sea salt, ponzu ginger and a spe­cial yuzu pep­per sauce. There are a few din­ing ta­bles (plus three pri­vate rooms), but to catch the chefs in ac­tion, opt for the counter seats. The restau­rant is well-staffed, so din­ers are taken care of from the mo­ment they step in­side the restau­rant.

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