21A Boon Tat Street
Singapore 069620

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Sunday:
Closed

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

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

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

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

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

Saturday:
05:30pm - 11:00pm

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I've had dinner at this restaurant earlier this week. The Japanese Scallops in the appetizer is of good quality, while the desert of Chocolate Bruciato strikes a good balance between the sweetness of Chocolate and the refreshing taste of the pears.

However, the true star of the meal is the tri-tip and zabuton cut Wagyu. The steak was very well-prepared with the perfect amount of tenderness and flavor. The sauce (the choice of which I left to the chef) also goes very well with the steak.

I've had the mac & cheese as a side for the steak. However, truffle fries or grilled mushrooms should also go quite nicely with the steak

The meal was very well thought out in general, and is very worth the price of ~100 dollars per person. In particular, I highly recommend the Zabuton cut Wagyu steak

Was there last week, it was hands down one of the best dining experiences I’ve had.

The location was cozy and private, ideal for dates and small gatherings. The waiters explained each dish as they were served, which I found helpful for someone like me who doesn’t dine out often. The waiters were friendly, patient, and observant, clearing our table only after we’re done, I felt very pampered when I was there.
The food there was phenomenal, they were some of the best dishes I’ve tasted. We had 7 dishes in total,

1. Grilled Octopus in Ox Tripe and Chorizo Stew [STRONGLY RECOMMEND]
The chorizo stew goes perfectly with the ox tripe, creating a fusion of umami with a tinge of sourness, it was a flavor I have never tasted elsewhere, and I loved it so much because it was just so appetizing. The octopus is the star of the show, its tentacles sliced into bite-sized slices with similar texture to abalones, but they are less rubbery and much more flavorful thanks to the brilliant seasoning and just the right amount of char. This is a dish that I will definitely come back for.

2. Uni, Lardo & Caviar on Sourdough Toast
The sea urchin and caviar melts in your mouth, they went well with the crunchiness of the sourdough toast. The taste was great, but I still preferred the octopus.

3. Black Opal Wagyu Zabuton MS6-7
One of the most expensive dishes on the menu, but it definitely lives up to its price tag. The meat was seared and seasoned perfectly with the salt flakes clearly visible. It had a rugged, smoky taste to it that you might expect from barbeque, but the meat was still tender and juicy. Just lovely.

4. 2GR Full Blood Wagyu Rib Cap MS8/9 [STRONGLY RECOMMEND]
Compared to the Zabuton, the Rib Cap has a milder, gentler taste with a tinge of sweetness to it. It is less salty, but the meaty flavor lingers much longer. The meat was also a real pleasure to chew on, really succulent. The cherry tomatoes not only added color to the dish, but it tastes fantastic with the meat as well. I preferred this meat to the Zabuton.

5. Crusted Mac & Cheese
A great dish to order on its own. The truffle oil adds a lot to the fragrance, the cheese made a delicious crust and seeps through the whole dish. It is extremely filling, so I suggest that you bring along a friend to share this dish.

6. Beef Heart Tomato
Despite the beef in the name, this is a vegetarian dish. The tomato has a beautiful red color and is literally dripping with freshness. It is sweet and refreshing, the ideal dish to clean your palettes after indulging yourself in other calorie heavy delicacies.

7. Eton Mess
The Eton Mess is very pretty to look at, almost like a work of art. The whipped cream, meringue, and the pineapple blended ice formed amazing layers of flavor. It is something you’ll expect to find at a desert specialty shop rather than a steakhouse, but I am definitely happy it was on the menu.

10/10 will visit again.

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We loved the intriguing appetisers - Spicy Crispy Pig’s Ear and the Uni, Lardo & Cavier Toast. Decadence on a slice of sourdough, the silky smooth Uni with Lardo and Cavier garnish was filled with umami. The Pig’s Ear was highly addictive, fried to a crispy golden perfection that was well seasoned with its mala inspired spice.

Robust and flavourful, enjoy the Black Opal Wagyu Zabuton (MS6/7) along with the savoury Borderlaise sauce. For those who prefer something tender with more marbling, do try the Full Blood Wagyu Rib Cap (MS8/9). The wonderful combination of melt-in-your-mouth Full Blood Wagyu Rib Cap and the deliciously rich scampi butter was equally sinful.

A playfully indulgent dessert, this refreshing Eton Mess was the perfect balance between the tart yet sweet tropical flavours of the lemon sorbet and textures from the crunchy mini meringues. Paradise in a cocktail, a pleasure in every bite. 🤤

I had such a fantastic dinner here at Fat Belly Social that I just had to leave a review of my experience! I've been to their first outlet at Serene Centre and I would say it's very different from Fat Belly Social. The ambience is lovely, great for friends or couples to dine at for a gastronomic experience.

I had the Spicy Crispy Pig's Ear to start off, and I was pleasantly surprised at how addictive it was! The dip on the side perfectly complemented the spicy flavour. Next, I had the Uni, Lardo & Caviar Toast. That was so indulgent, and I'd definitely recommend anyone to try before having the main course. I'm not a fan of Uni, but this dish really changed my mind about Uni!

For the star of the night, I shared two different steaks with my friend, Black Opal Wagyu Zabuton and the 2GR Full Blood Wagyu Rib Cap (with the Bordelaise & Salsa Verde sauce). Their steaks were of course, amazing and I kept wishing we had more! I think my favourite was the Zabuton as each bite was so heavenly. Really enjoyed digging into these two Wagyu steaks!

We also had the Grilled Mushrooms and Beef Heart Tomato. The portions were huge and definitely good for sharing amongst a table. Perfect to munch on while chatting with your friends! I enjoyed the mushrooms dish the most, with so many different types of mushrooms within and the dressing that came with it was marvellous as well.

And finally, I shared the Eton Mess with my friend. I was so full at this point but I couldn't say no to desserts! It was a lovely combination of meringues, whipped cream and pineapple sorbet within. This was most definitely a sweet ending to our feast at Fat Belly Social.

Dining experience was 10/10 (with attentive service as well) and I'd definitely be back to try all the different dishes (and steaks of course!). If you're still considering to head down, just do it! You're sure to have a more than satisfying time here.

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Im sooooo in love with the grilled octopus served here. I personal have not had the opportunity to taste many octopus but I would definitely consider this a rare delicacy and it was perfectly cooked! Let's not forget that this is a steakhouse and the Rib Cap wagyu steak that they serve here was SOOO tender, chewy and lack of a better word, DELICIOUS. It came with a sause and some special looking butter that paired well with the steak too. But I prefer to eat it as it is. It was salty and so flavourful!!!

A friend and I got dinner at this place last week. The cozy, relaxing atmosphere was perfect for unwinding after work, coupled with the friendly and helpful staff who even explained the different dishes and cuts of steak to us. The food itself was delicious, especially the steak (we got the black opal wagyu zabuton ms6-7 and 2gr full blood wagyu rib cap ms8/9). We also really liked the mac and cheese - it wasn’t just any ordinary mac and cheese, but had like, many different kinds of cheese, plus truffle in it. Lastly, for dessert, we had the eton mess. The outer meringue and cream paired with the sorbet in the middle with bits of citrus fruit made the perfect combination when mixed. Needless to say, it was an extremely satisfying meal, and I would definitely recommend!

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