This Telok Ayer outlet was tugged away on the 2nd floor along Boon Tat street and was definitely a totally different experience to the Serene Centre outlet that I have been there a while back ago. For starters i l thoroughly enjoyed the Roasted Bone Marrow topped with pickled Shimeiji and Hazelnut - it was very rich in flavours and paired very nicely with the sourdough bread. As big Mac n Cheese fan, the Crusted Mac & Cheese baked with truffle oil was hands down the best down in town, each pasta was creamy and well coated. And of cos, the star of the show.... the steak. We ordered both the Wagyu Zabuton and Wagyu Ribcap for see what was the difference. I would personally choose the Zabuton over the Ribcap as I would prefer my steak to have more texture and more bolder taste to it. But nonetheless, i enjoyed both of the them was was good for sharing. Will be back again to try other appetizers and sides the next time.

Everything was hands down delicious, the only thing i was disappointed was that we didn’t come earlier to try the Gyukatsu (which I heard great things about). Nonetheless, their truffle fries portion was very generous. My favourite dish has to be the salmon sashimi! It was super fresh and the wasabi that came along with it was of premium quality 👍🏼

My favourite had to the eggs from The Breakfast Work and the Truffle Fries! The portion were generous and was enough to serve 2! If you are looking for something on the sweeter side would definitely recommend the Brûlée French Toast! Overall would come back again with friends to share more main ◡̈

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The atmosphere was really cozy and chill, an ideal place to hang out after a long day. We ordered the crispy skin salmon, mac and cheese and steak. I thoroughly enjoyed the Mac and Cheese as it was decked with all kinds of cheese and every bite was well coated. However the salmon was not as crispy and was slightly dry. Overall I had a good dining experience and will definitely come back to check out the pork ribs!

A great Japanese place for my salmon fix! Had the set meal which came with chicken karaage and green tea! Also a special mention to the wasabi which I thought was very unique as it gave the dish a new dimension of flavour! The staff were also very helping in explaining the differences of item on the menu! Would definitely visit again during my lunch time ◡̈

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Great place if you are looking for an Asian-Western fusion meal! Personal favourite would be the roasted pork and the achar side dish. We got one of each wine on the menu and I would recommend the semi-sweet wine which was affordably priced at only $6! Would definitely come back to try the pork sliders and lamp chop which were sold out on that day :(

Tapas food but a Japanese twist to it! Loved all their dishes especially the Rosti Mentai (bottom of the picture) tho it was slightly on the oily side but the tangy potato gave the entire dish a interesting texture! The beers complimented well with all the dishes especially the dried stingray fin! However I must say that food was on a rather pricier price point for its portion. Overall I had a good dining experience ◡̈

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First time dining at an open kitchen concept and seeing how the chef prepared my meal right in of my eyes was an interesting experience! My mouth was watering as I see him cooked my steak over the charcoal grill and it was definitely worth the wait! I had the flat iron steak - medium rare paired together with their recommend red wine :) truly amazing food at great prices! Their cream kale was my personal favourite side, together with their truffle fries all priced at $5 each! Would definitely visit Fat Belly again to satisfy my steak cravings!

The atmosphere really brought back alot of fond memories and the food was pretty decent and priced very affordable for its generous portion!