Fat Belly Alternative Steakhouse

6918 Wishlisted
~$60/pax
What We Love
  • Beyond: 1-for-1 7 Course Set Menu (save ~$98)
  • Intimate setting and excellent service make for a warm experience
  • Celebratory yet non-stuffy date nights over a delightful 7-course menu
  • Deckle, Wagyu Tri Tip, Creamed Kale, Sticky Date Pudding

10 Jalan Serene
#01-04 Serene Centre
Singapore 258748

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Tuesday:
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
Closed

Thursday:
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Friday:
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Saturday:
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Sunday:
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Monday:
06:00pm - 10:00pm

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tl;dr food is great, you should come here and eat everything.
I went with a friend and we had a starter, two steaks, two sides and dessert. The sous chef prepared every dish in front of us in front of us, in an open kitchen. He gave us a quick explanation of each dish, which I thought was a really nice addition to the dining experience. Unfortunately, I was distracted by the beautiful plume of flame in the background where they were grilling the steaks and I've forgotten a lot of the details.
We started with a bacon and bourbon rillettes on sourdough toast. I feel like just the name alone properly describes how tasty it is. There's just the right amount of rillettes to go with the bread, not too much, not too little.
Our main was a Black Opal wagyu onglet and Denver steak. I personally preferred the onglet, even though the Denver steak had a higher marbling score, and most people would consider it to be of higher quality. I will say the Denver steak had a nicer texture though. At the end of the day, they're both wagyu and we're comparing 9/10 and 10/10
The sauces that came with the steaks were great, but I usually don't put sauce on my steak, so I just ate the sauces by themselves.
The charred broccolini side was surprisingly good, for a vegetable dish. I'm not gonna say it's as good as meat, but it's one of the best green things I've ever eaten
For dessert, we had an apple crostillant for dessert. It was a really nice sweet note to end off the meal

Low marbling but very flavourful. Easy to chew, smoky flavour, savoury and my new favourite cut of steak.

After a long hiatus of Steakposting, I am back.
Disclaimer, nothing I said or write is financial advice but their Deckle steak was pretty bomb for the price and taste.Check out the photo for the marbling. I would advice people to avoid the Tri tip cut and go for the deckle unless if you like lean meat(for the price range, of course).

Their burnt cheesecake was good too. Cream kale and pomee puree just kinda exist.

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We had a set meal that consisted of a starter, 2 steaks, 2 sides, and a dessert.
First off,what i really appreciate about the restaurant is their attention to details.
From the edible flowers they put as garnish to the way they change my plate after each dish.

We started off with the Shallot and currant crusted pork rib (bi monthly chef special).

Followed by the full Blood Wagyu Denver and the Black Opal Wagyu Onglet which complimented each other, balancing the flavour.

The steaks were paired with Sauteed Thyme Mushrooms and Charred Broccolini as sides.

I really did enjoy the green peppercorn sauce which had a spicy and numbing flavour palette.

Oh! Caramelized Apple Croistillant! It was amazing. It taste like a superb version of a apple crumble with ice cream!

We got the set menu, which included pork ribs as the starter, 2 steaks and 2 sides, as well as a dessert. The shallot and currant ribs came in an interesting and refreshing marinade, which was elevated by the use of peppercorn. Both of our wagyu steaks, done medium rare, were fantastic. The Full Blood Denver was fatty (in the best way possible), while the Black Opal Onglet’s beefy taste was undeniably explosive. Between the 2 sides, the sautéed thyme mushrooms was a buttery heaven, but the charred broccolini was equally delightful. To end off the meal, the apple croistillant was a delectable balance of hot and cold, and the combination of its textures blew my mind.

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I got grilled prawns as a starter, with their onglet steak as the main and pomme puree. The steak was honestly the best steak that I have ever eaten when paired with the prepared salt, well worth its price. Dessert was a delectable pastry with caramelised apple and macademia ice cream which was flaky and perfectly sweet. Definitely coming back again!

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