21A Boon Tat Street
Singapore 069620

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11:30am - 03:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 03:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 03:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 03:30pm
05:30pm - 11:00pm

11:30am - 03:30pm
05:30pm - 11:00pm

05:30pm - 11:00pm

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Great final hurrah before round 2 of Phase 2 Heightened Alert. Pleasant service and even better food.

We had two pieces of wagyu, a zabuton and a rib cap. I honestly can't say which is better. The zabuton had a more unique taste, but the rib cap was more beefy. I like the firmer texture of the rib cap, but the zabuton really melts in your mouth, which I think most people prefer. The fact that the cow paintings on the wall were watching us eat their friends just made it sweeter. The sauce was great, but the steaks were too good to put anything on it.

This was a really hearty and satisfying dinner, perhaps even the best that I've had in a fortnight! We ordered the Grilled Octopus as well as the Uni, Lardo & Caviar Toast for our starters before diving right in to the Black Opal Wagyu Zabuton MS6-7 and the 2GR Full Blood Wagyu Rib Cap MS8/9 (paired with the Crusted Mac & Cheese and Beef Heart Tomatoes) for our main course. Every dish was spectacularly delicious and left us craving for more! The dinner concluded with the Eton Mess as our dessert, which was a sweet and sour mixture of mango, passion fruit, and meringue, and boy did I enjoy it more than I had expected to! I'm usually not a fan of sour desserts, but this Eton Mess really did win me over. With such good food and excellent service from the staff, I will definitely be back for more in the future!

The place's food was phenomenal! Seriously tasted so damn good. I dropped by here with a friend and we had such a good time. Started with grilled octopus and uni, lardo, cavier (they tasted so seriously good), then followed with black opal wagyu and and blue label full blood wagyu. These two were so juicy and tasty. Came with a sauce and some scampi butter that was interesting and complimented it nicely too. But even without the sauces it was just so good. My friend ate most of it ahahaha bcos my appetite aint big anymore. (he even saved one last piece to end our meal cos he wanted the taste to linger) We also had the crusted mac and cheese and beef heart tomato. The mac and cheese was so wholesome and filling. We ended with eton mess, which was a great sweet finish to our meal (tho by that point i was pretty full so my friend ate most of it). I also ordered a grapefruit fizz, which was like a really refreshing and fancy sprite, a good pair to the whole meal.

I must add that the service was fantastic. The guy serving us was attentive and efficient, and occasionally made excellent and appropriate small talk that just enhanced the welcoming atmosphere. Made us feel very at home at fat belly.

Experienced a wonderful date night at Fat Belly Social Steakhouse! We went on a weekday night so it was quieter, the service and ambiance of the restaurant were excellent and our server made sure we were well taken care of and comfortable.

We started off with the caviar, Uni & Lardo sourdough toast along with the grilled octopus & chorizo stew. The appetisers were light and tasty! I was worried about the sourdough toast being too strong-flavoured with the caviar and Umi top but I was pleasantly surprised that the taste was perfectly balanced.

The octopus was nicely grilled, giving off a smoky “wok-hei” ness with every bite. It was also very tender.

Then, we had the steak. Oh my god, the steak. I don’t think any earthly description or picture can do that dish justice. It smelled heavenly, and when I took my first bite I was stunned by how succulent the cut was. Smooth like butter, the meat melts in your mouth like our polar ice caps. Hands down the best steak I’ve ever had in my life. The sauces provided were good but I preferred the meat by itself for the original taste. The rib cap had a sophisticated taste, with the layers of fat providing a shifting taste profile as you chew.

We also had the Crusted mac and cheese with truffle oil. Again, wow. Best iteration of the dish I’ve ever had. The smell alone is enough to warm your soul. It was delicious and surprisingly, despite the truffle and blue cheese, it didn’t get “gelat”.

Lastly we finished our meal with the Eton Mess. What a misnomer! Eton mess? More like Eton best. The dessert looked beautiful and after a heavy meal this was the perfect way to end. The tartness of the passion fruit perfectly complimented the light sweetness of the ice cream and whipped cream. I found myself musing that the real mess is the fact that this dessert isn’t more common. I love it.

Every dish was amazing; highlights were definitely the wagyu zabuton and cap, truffle and blue cheese Mac & cheese and the uni, Lardo and caviar toast. Everything was cooked to perfection and the produce were all of great quality.
Highly recommended for a date night or any other occasion!