21A Boon Tat Street
Singapore 069620

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05:30pm - 10:30pm

05:30pm - 10:30pm

05:30pm - 10:30pm

05:30pm - 11:00pm

05:30pm - 11:00pm

05:30pm - 11:00pm


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Wonderful dining experience here.

The menu was well thought out such that every dish ordered complemented each other and went well with the wines we ordered. Particularly enjoyed the Grilled ox tongue, Wagyu and Mac & Cheese. As expected, Fat Belly did not disappoint with their steaks - the Wagyu Zabuton and Rib cap were well-marbled, tender and juicy. Burnt blue cheese cake was surprisingly enjoyable as well despite my initial worry that it will be too pungent (it was not).

To top it off, service was excellent. Shout out to Alfian for his attention to details and friendly disposition, really made us feel welcome at the restaurant.

Went in on the 14th for a dinner and it was one of my best dining experience so far.

Fat Belly has everything - delicious food, helpful staff, and cozy ambience.

Had a few different small plates - but my personal favourite has to be the Uni, Lardo, Caviar! A perfect blend of premium ingredients makes this a must-try for everyone. I can't emphasize enough how delicious this dish is.

The Wagyu Zabuton and Wagyu Rib Cap is definitely one of the best I've ever tasted. Cooked to perfection and every bite is a flavour burst!

If you're near the area, and looking to treat yourself - Fat Belly is the restaurant for you.

Had dinner here with some friends on a weeknight and was really impressed by the food, atmosphere and service.

We got some starters to start (heh) and i must say, they really know what they are doing with their food. Definitely order the Uni, Lardo and Caviar toast - the flavours were complex yet seemed to be perfectly balanced. The MS6-7 Zabuton and MS8-9 Rib Cap were great too, really juicy and flavourful slices of meat. I’ve also seen many the reviews raving about the Mac and Cheese and I’m happy to say that it’s exactly as they said. I’m someone who usually doesn’t like Mac and Cheese but this was so, so, so good - decadent without being overly cloying. We also got the Eton Mess and the Burnt Blue Cheese Cake to end off our meal on a sweet note. For those who are more adventurous, I’ll recommend going for the cheesecake as the blue cheese added a different dimension to the cake (honestly not as overpowering as i thought it would be) and it turned out to be really good. All in all, a place i’ll recommend when you want a new yet amazing food experience!

Drawn to this creamy and crusty mac and cheese, the most sinful and also most rewarding side kick to our steak. It's coated with 3 cheeses and perfect for cheese lovers. ($16)

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The Flat Iron Angus Steak (grass fed 200 days) is so indulgent. The meat from the shoulder oozes with rich flavours from it's deliciously savoury crust, with bits of salt sprinkled and its tender body juicy, fleshy and has all the goodness from the steak. Pairing this with the my favourite fragrant roasted garlic, juicy beef tomatoes, horse radish sauce that gives a kick, and borderlaise sauce which is on the saltier end (red wine, butter, bone marrow, demi glace) -$108

We also had the blue melted basque cheesecake, and it promises a memorable kick of cheese, which us cheese lovers happily devoured ($16)

Got really experimental for our starters and appetisers because this place serves really interesting ones. I especially enjoyed the Uni, Lardo and Caviar toast, the uni was very fresh and the caviar added on an extra Unami touch to the toast.

The mains were undoubtedly most memorable for me, I especially enjoyed the Crusted Mac & Cheese! The Mac & Cheese was rich and creamy, the baked crust added an extra crisp to every bite. We also ordered the Black Opal Wagyu Zabuton MS6-7 and 2GR Full Blood Wagyu Rib Cap MS8/9 which were both cooked to the right doneness.

For the dessert, we had Eton mess and Burnt Blue Cheese Cake, for which the latter had a very interesting aftertaste. I have never tried Blue Cheese in a form of a dessert before, and I was pleasantly surprised by this cake. It was both sweet and savoury, and it complemented well with the sweetness of the wile berries sorbet. I will definitely recommend trying this dessert out! Besides, this restaurant offers private dining where the staffs, especially Ash, are very friendly and always willing to answer any queries you may have.