Fat Cow

Fat Cow

296 Reviews
1521 Wishlisted
FAT COW first opened its doors in October 2011. The word “FAT” in FAT COW stands for luxury and indulgence, and is also a play on the word “Fatt” which in Mandarin dialect means prosperity. Spanning slightly over 3,500 sq ft, the restaurant’s design takes a contemporary approach to the Japanese “Wabi-Sabi” concept - the art of finding beauty in things modest, simple and humble.

1 Orchard Boulevard
#01-01/02 Camden Medical Centre
Singapore 248649

12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm



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This has to be the single most luxurious don I’ve ever had. Was it worth $98? Eh, maybe when I’m feeling rich.

I really liked the foie gras, and how it underplayed the usually overly rich flavour. Instead, it had a tasty soy glaze that gave it a spunky lift. Although served in very tiny blobs, the uni was good and fresh. Now luxury additions aside, the Australian steak was cooked tender with subtle seasoning and sliced neatly for easy bites. Plot twist: the rice and egg turned out to be really enjoyable (even on their own) as the oozy yolk clung to saucy rice for delicious spoonful after spoonful.

If you’re ever at Fat Cow, spot this deal on the drinks menu! Roku gin is said to be made from six types of botanicals, and so the sweet and fragrant flavour is very easy on the palate.

This in particular sees much more tonic than gin, and is good for something light to go with your most likely luxe meal here.

This bowl was so good!! Wagyu steak was cooked to perfect and almost melts in your mouth! The foie gras was generous and delicious! Everything was so well season and such a delight to it! Using the entertainer app was a great choice!

FatCow Premium Donburi ($98.00++) Sliced Wagyu Steak on rice, Uni, Caviar, Foie Gras and Onsen Egg. Everything is so perfect except the beef that is not as good as I thought. It’s not the kinda that will melts in your mouth. For those who love Foie Gras, this is really good. I don’t mind to replace the Waguy Steak with more Foie Gras!! With the @entertainersg enjoyed a 1 for 1 which is pretty worth it considering all the goodness in a bowl.
Location: @fatcowsg Camden Medical Centre, #01-01, 1 Orchard Boulevard, Sinapore 248649
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The foie gras, uni, caviar and onsen egg were good 😋. Ordered a medium rare steak however it was a little rough and chewy on bite. With the @entertainersg 1 for 1, it’s pretty worthwhile after all. .
Thanks @mightyfoodie for the birthday treat 🎂. . .
Where to dine?
Fat Cow
Camden Medical Centre #01-01/02, 1 Orchard Boulevard, 248649

First time trying Grade A3 Wagyu. The fat to meat ratio was perfect! The umami flavour of the steak melts in the mouth. One has to try at least once to fully savour the deliciousness of the dish.

Everyone raves about the set lunch-only Fat Cow Donburi or a la carte Premium Donburi but what really caught my attention was the Donabemeshi ($78++) - slow cooked wagyu beef in claypot, Japanese short-grain rice, onsen egg, shiro negi and house seasoned shoyu. Ultimately a claypot-style donburi, the meat is noticeably more tender and flavourful than that of the original donburi, which I got to sample a little from someone who ordered that, probably due to the slow cooking process that makes it all the more tender and softer; the fatty pieces of wagyu meat are super melty and delicious, and I can only wish there was more of those compared to the leaner chunks. I do love the uniqueness of this dish because it does give off a sense of Jap-local fusion due to the claypot elements of the dish, and I feel it elevated the regular wagyu beef don to something more fragrant and tastier. 😋

The price is really hefty, and I probably would not have gone to Fat Cow without the trusty Entertainer app which allowed 1-for-1 a la carte main dishes limited to every 2 pax (up to 8 pax, 4 vouchers). I am not sponsored by the app (lol wouldn't everyone wish they were? 😂) but this really saved the table a lot of money, and this meal alone managed to breakeven the cost of the app, so all's good. 😁

One of the signature appetiser of the lunch omakase in Fat cow. Topped with Japanese mushroom and black truffles.

Full Blood Wagyu
Grain fed for 600 days and fed the last 120 days with chocolate, a quality beef with unrivalled complexity, it has a unique flavor that is both sweet, buttery & robust

Recognized as the ‘champion cow’, also for it’s tender texture and great dense meat taste.

This was filled to the brim with premium ingredients - uni, caviar, wagyu beef, and foie gras, which made for a very rich and indulgent meal. However, given the steep price, I felt that this wasn’t really worth it, and the money would be better spent on their steak offerings where you get a much premium grade of beef.

Super tender wagyu ribeye that just melts in your mouth. Steak was seared to perfection with a pink centre, and not over-cooked even though we asked for it to be cooked to medium doneness.

These crab cakes were filled with quite a generous portion of crab meat. It was very creamy, and not fishy at all. However, I felt it was a tad too loose and soft, and would have preferred if it was slightly firmer. But I think this just comes down to personal preference. Taste-wise, these were great! Although considering the price, you might just want to save your moolah for the beef, which is really what this place is famous for.

Charcoal-grilled wagyu beef with onsen egg and shredded leeks over rice. The beef seriously melted in my mouth. The ultimate comfort food. Worth every penny. The premium version at S$98 includes uni caviar and foie gras. 😋😋😋

@ $38++

slice bream with black truffle

Strong truffle taste, the sashimi is fresh, the meat just melted off my tongue like jelly.

Very expensive though.

Recommend to try once

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