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Grilled chicken wings were really good and we could really taste the smokiness! We accidentally ordered the kids version (or smth) and it only came with like 6 pieces of wings - which we regret bc it wasn’t enough for two.

Nothing much about the lamb rack, just that it was nice and tender.

Actually highlight was the kunefe and ice cream, which I forgot to take a photo of but like ngl, it was really one of the better kunefes I’ve had in Sg. And their ice cream wasn’t the usual standard plain vanilla ice cream that sometimes you’ll get at other restaurants with the kunefe - this one tasted legit and chewy (idk?). But you just need to get the kunefe and ice cream if you’re ever here 💯💯

Lillet rose, pink grapefruit liqueur, sumac cordial, ginger beer, bubbles. 
A light, sweet, and fruity bubbly cocktail which I really enjoyed. I personally already love ginger beer, so being able to have this in a concoction was interesting to me. Loved the nodes of berry-esque essence from the sumac cordial, and the slight acidity from the pink grapefruit. A very pretty and aesthetic pink drink as well!

Great vibes for drinks, not the best or mindblowingly good food (perhaps, unique), but atmosphere might get noisy and ruins the decadent bar lounge vibe it exudes.

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Angostura 7 rum, amaretto, frangelico, espresso stout, peanut butter. 
Smooth and creamy cocktail with run that exudes a strong sweetness. Very light nodes of peanut butter essence, was hoping there could be more! Nonetheless, this creamy cocktail which can also give a good coffee kick is pretty fitting for a dessert, making it a sweet end to your meal.
Great vibes for drinks, not the best or mindblowingly good food (perhaps, unique), but atmosphere might get noisy and ruins the decadent bar lounge vibe it exudes.

Rate:🌟🌟🌟🌟

The $29 Set Lunch gets your 2 appetisers, 2 palm-sized kebabs, and a dessert of the day.
Chef’s Daily Selection of Dessert that day was a mini chocolate tart.
Chocolate tart was not too sweet, with a nice melty filling. Decent miniature tart that was complemented well with the small berries atop.

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The $29 Set Lunch gets your 2 appetisers, 2 palm-sized kebabs, and a dessert of the day. The pit roasted lamb kebab is pictured rightmost.

This was my favourite kebab of all, and primarily because the zhoug gave a flavourful spicy kick to it. The zhoug had an apparent cilantro and chilli taste to it, and it was further complemented with the fried garlic which gave the kebab a good crunch. Full of spice and flavour, as well as juicy enough lamb shreds.

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The $29 Set Lunch gets your 2 appetisers, 2 palm-sized kebabs, and a dessert of the day. The Crispy seabass kebab is pictured in the middle.

This was decent but nothing worth shouting about. While the seabass had a batter that was crispy enough, it did not have much of the yoghurt spiced flavour in its batter as claimed. Felt more like normal fried fish tenders here. Perhaps the lemon mayo overpowered the batter here, but no complains because it was light and delicate, making it feel like a fish and chip it a wrap experience. The cabbage slaw gave a sourish complement to the kebab as well.

At this point I just want to say that I did not even order the crispy sea bass option, and that I actually requested for the prawn kebab. However, the staff who took my order was pretty… nonchalant and haphazard about serving my table. He did not seem to care while taking our order, and even though we ordered drinks, it was completely not keyed into the order and saw that people who came after us had their drinks served before us. We then enquired with the other staff and found out that they don’t even know what our order for the drinks were. The horror when I found out that this kebab was not prawn, but I was too done to even feedback, because honestly, I was pretty excited to patronise Fat Prince. The grandeur ambience was appealing, and despite booking it in advance for about 2 weeks, my reservation table was placed right smack at the side of the door where people were entering and exiting, staff were busy serving, and the bar was completely blocked by a wall and high seats. Damn. Could have just walked in to get better seats and service then.

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The $29 Set Lunch gets your 2 appetisers, 2 palm-sized kebabs, and a dessert of the day.
Chicken shish kebab pictured leftmost.
Pickled carrot cucumber, fried shallot, toum
Got this chicken shish kebab as an ala carte to top up unto the $29 Set Lunch. It was my least favourite of the bunch. Not only was it dry, the toum did not add much flavour to it. I was hoping to taste some element of garlic in the toum but sadly I did not. It was also not given generously, so its creaminess was also short-lived in the already small kebab.

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My favourite of the set was actually the mezze, the very appetising small bowl of fried cauliflower. Although fried, the cauliflower was soft and bursting with many interesting flavours. There was a nice juiciness to it, and a slight savoury salty flavour to it. There were also passionfruit bits in the bowl, giving the cauliflower the slightly citrus and fruity nodes. The green tahini served on the side was a mild but refreshing dip which went very well with the cauliflower. Hands down my favourite part of the sad. Ala carte price would cost you $10.

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Hummus was of a creamy consistency that was just right. It was slightly nuttier than usual also because of the pumpkin seeds, but the paprika added an interesting layer of flavour to the rich taste. There was a slight herbaceous undertones, which went well with the pita. What I did not enjoy as much was the pita that was unevenly salted. Felt that the hummus was better devoured on its own.

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Ordered the Kuzu Pirzola (lamb), well done. It was well marinated and tasted yummy. Highly recommended! The Sultan Chicken was stuffed with button mushroom slices and cheese but tasted a little bland. The strawberry Ayran was creamy yet not too sweet.
Will return to try more dishes!