26 Beach Road
Singapore 189768


12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

06:00pm - 10:30pm



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All the pricey goodness in a don. Portion was rather big you could share it with a friend.
Would I come back? Hmm probably not but just because their stuff are overpriced not because the food isn’t good

Quite an interesting take because you’re supposed to compress it into somewhat like an icecream sandwich. Matcha went well with the red bean and jelly 👍🏻

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With Uni, truffle, caviar this is quite an atas somen and it was decent but not sure if it was worth that hefty price tag

Taste: 4/5
Price: 2/5


The strawberry ice shavings dessert was delicious and refreshing as it was topped with sweet and fresh strawberries and the ice shavings has a smooth texture.

Moreover, the customer service was great as the waiter and waitress greeted us politely and gave us warm welcome accompanied with good service.

The overall dining experience was wonderful and I will definitely visit Black Cow again. If you haven’t been there, you should head down for a visit!:)

We ordered the signature wagyu sukiyaki dish and curry katsu don. The wagyu sukiyaki was really delicious where the broth was very flavorful and the highlight of the dish is definitely the tender and soft beef slices. The black cow fishcake was soft, silky and smooth which tasted different from the usual. Overall, the quality and quantity of the dish is value for money. The curry katsu don was delicious as well but the sukiyaki outshone it.

In general, the food and dining experience was great and I would definitely recommend Black Cow.

Had the Premium Kagoshima Wagyu Don. Came with an Onsen Egg, Caviar, Uni, Black Truffle, Foie Gras, Gold (If you wanna count tiny specks of tastelessness an ingredient) and Wagyu slices. The Onsen Egg was well cooked definitely, Wagyu slices were tender however lacking in flavour. Black truffle did not have as much as a pungent smell nor flavour that added much to the dish. Neither did the Caviar and Uni. Just imagine these premium ingredients as branded pieces of clothes or accessories but when piece together as an outfit - Not as amazing as you thought it would be.

Also tried the Signature Truffle Wagyu Don. Fell pretty flat for me and my friends. The manager did come over to check on our food, which was nice. However, when explaining about why the truffle taste wasn't as strong, he gave a pretty lousy excuse as to comparing Black Truffle with Winter White Truffle, and that they are using Black Truffle therefore the quality is not as good.

Now when I say it is a bad excuse is because Black Truffles are usually paired with red meat or poultry as when cooked in heat, releases an earthy aroma and flavour compared to the White Truffle. White Truffle on the other hand is usually paired with pasta and risotto. Not often used in complex recipes as they have a distinct strong aroma with a slight garlicky aroma to it. I can go on about truffles but at the end of the day, the explanation he gave was not justifiable. This is not a bad bowl but overall could have been better and hopefully in the future with improvements will I head back to try it again.


Part of the lunch set menu too. The beef is in chunks unlike the signature truffle don which is in slices. Fat Cow also has this, but for $48 and without onsen egg.

Not to be confused with Fat Cow which offers similar lunch sets. Salad, soup and dessert. Missing a chawanmushi unlike Fat Cow.

The differences are: Black Cow's beef is thinly sliced as opposed to beef chunks at Fat Cow. They use shaved truffles instead of truffle oil.

The place is very small, reservations are recommended.

It might felt a bit odd for a Japanese place to serve a Korean style bingsu as dessert, but it all makes sense when you realize the grade of the mochi and other ingredients used here was everything that meets the Japanese standardd of perfection - fine ice, creamy milk, fragrant almonds and kinako, and mochi of uber smooth texture.


Awesome looking bowl, comes with onsen egg, caviar, gold flakes, uni, truffle, foie gras and wagyu slices😍

Made in house, this mochi has a really amazing texture. Uber soft, yet not sticky, and sprinkled with matcha for that fragrant bitterness.
Available at Black Cow, with every order of Sukiyaki or Shabu Shabu.


This is the most affordable item on Black Cow's lunch menu, but it's stellar as well. The tsukune made from black pork had the already perfect texture, and made even better when coated with the molten onsen egg - sashimi grade!


Counting my blessings over a bowl of Wagyu and foie gras don

As part of the Signature Truffle Wagyu Don lunch set ($45), the premium Japanese wagyu beef served is tender, smooth and almost melt in your mouth. As they are thinly sliced, the truffle is evident not only with scent, but also the taste. This is not the artificial-but-nevermind truffle-flavoured dish, but the real deal. However, if you prefer chunky beef instead of this thinly sliced, go for the Foie Gras Bifuteki (same price).

Very authentic shabu shabu with really great wagyu beef. Fresh vegetables that were all well cooked by the service staff and requested for medium rare beef was spot on too. Yummy food with great service is a great way for the entire dining experience. 👍👍👍

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