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Never had hummus this good before!

Was part of the package of the dinner, and didn’t expect this to be so huge. The restaurant is really generous!

Didn’t expect this in the dinner set. Huge and so crispy awesome.

Was part of the package of the dinner, and didn’t expect this to be so huge. The restaurant is really generous!

Really enjoyed this, good!

Was part of the package of the dinner, and didn’t expect this to be so huge. The restaurant is really generous!

Enjoyed this too! Fresh crispy bread.

Was part of the package of the dinner, and didn’t expect this to be so huge. The restaurant is really generous!

Really enjoyed this! Was part of the package of the dinner, and didn’t expect this to be so huge. The restaurant is really generous!

Surprising nice food and ambience at derwish. Love all the dishes we ordered. Any mains for one more main free. With gst and svc, it was slightly costly.

My fav has got to be the spinach and cheese pide - it’s like pizza but better. And the spinach and cheese combination is just wowz. Good for sharing too!

Meat platter is huge, portion is enough for 3. Well seasoned and nicely cooked.

Had lunch with a few of my colleagues here and the food was simply amazing! I enjoyed each and every one of the dishes served, will definitely be back here for more!

You know it’s gotta be something good (and different) when the head chef is a native☺️ Love how authentic and great tasting the food here is! So far, we’ve tried the kebabs, tombik (something like a pita sandwich), pidé (turkish pizza) and baklava; seriously there’s a lot to explore on their menu. This place is great for gatherings with family & friends, there’s variety for everyone☺️

The chef also hinted that there’re gonna be new developments soon (think: seafood & kebabs on a live grill) so will keep our eyes peeled for that! This place also opens till around 11pm so it’s great for late nights (-:

If you need something that is affordable and healthy, this might be an option for you to get for a quick fix.

[ Great flavours; multitude of drinks ] Having been a fan of Middle Eastern flavours since forever, and add on the dearth of said cuisine in my diet once the pandemic started, I was more than happy to follow the group’s suggestion to dine at Fat Prince, a modern Middle Eastern restaurant-bar concept!

While I was expecting traditional flavours, Fat Prince prefers to take a contemporary spin. For e.g., instead of large skewers of kebabs, you get a small plate’s serving paired with a taco-like wrap. It’s quite bite-sized but you do get a small selection of dips to enjoy it with (starts at $10).

But what I really wanted to try was their hummus (from $12) + flatbread ($4). We started off with the Sweet Corn Hummus — which was excellent — and after that evaporated, we chose the Roasted Cashew Hummus to accompany our drinks for the rest of the evening. I personally preferred the corn for its sweet-savoury-spicy mix, but the walnut’s fuller body made it better for solo eating without the distractions of other dishes.

For our meat-protein main, we got the Wagyu Beef Cheek ($25/100g) to share 3-ways. Tender without being mushy, a light smoky crust courtesy of the earthen oven, with a mild tangy-spicy sear thanks to the fermented chilli and za’atar (a classic Middle Eastern spice blends; imo it tastes like thyme). The chilli’s acidity helped cut through a lot of the heavy flavours, and the pomegranate + walnut crumble further lightened the profile and added texture. If I weren’t so full, I’d have eaten more!

The true highlight of the night though was the Fried Cauliflower. (The Brussels Sprouts Fattoush was good but didn’t come close.) Ever had bad cauliflower? I have — it’s plain, monotonous, and incredibly uninspired. 0/10 would eat again. However, when done well, it’s one of my favs! The night’s rendition was beautiful: lightly crunchy, gently spiced, and all around nutty. I could not stop eating it. It didn’t matter that the green chilli dip had good heat; I was so taken by the original taste profile that I ignored the sauce for the rest of the plate! A must-get if you visit!

Oh, and if you like alcohol, Fat Prince has tons to offer. (Pst, they’ve a bar up front!)

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