48 Peck Seah Street
Singapore 079317

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08:00am - 12:00am

08:00am - 12:00am

11:30am - 12:00am

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The lunch deal is essentially a sampler of the great food Fat Prince has to offer - choice of dip, mezze, two kebabs and daily dessert (yes 2+2 kebabs in photo because good food calls for company).

The dips were sprinkled with pomegranate seeds for a little pop of fruitiness and complemented by breads that were oh so soft. The kale mezze had bacon squares reminiscent of spam chunks but was actual proper meat that oozed goodness and flaked in the mouth. The pit smoked aubergine was a surprise as well, a vegetable prepared to be enjoyed nothing short of its meet peers with kicks of heat. And of course their signature kebabs.

The Okra Falafel kebab was my personal favourite. The fried legumes were crispy and nutty, with good punch of truffle and almond tahini.

In all honesty, pick whichever catches your fancy. The menu is thoughtfully curated with combinations special to only here and every dish an unique element to make each bite an experience to savour.

The brunch set is worth it. Comes with a mimosa and 4 courses. Guaranteed to feel really full.

Beef cheeks and lamb chorizo were both very tasteful. A little over cooked to liking but it may just be done that way. It does taste pretty good nonetheless.

Staff are friendly and attentive.

[ Great flavours; multitude of drinks ] Having been a fan of Middle Eastern flavours since forever, and add on the dearth of said cuisine in my diet once the pandemic started, I was more than happy to follow the group’s suggestion to dine at Fat Prince, a modern Middle Eastern restaurant-bar concept!

While I was expecting traditional flavours, Fat Prince prefers to take a contemporary spin. For e.g., instead of large skewers of kebabs, you get a small plate’s serving paired with a taco-like wrap. It’s quite bite-sized but you do get a small selection of dips to enjoy it with (starts at $10).

But what I really wanted to try was their hummus (from $12) + flatbread ($4). We started off with the Sweet Corn Hummus β€” which was excellent β€” and after that evaporated, we chose the Roasted Cashew Hummus to accompany our drinks for the rest of the evening. I personally preferred the corn for its sweet-savoury-spicy mix, but the walnut’s fuller body made it better for solo eating without the distractions of other dishes.

For our meat-protein main, we got the Wagyu Beef Cheek ($25/100g) to share 3-ways. Tender without being mushy, a light smoky crust courtesy of the earthen oven, with a mild tangy-spicy sear thanks to the fermented chilli and za’atar (a classic Middle Eastern spice blends; imo it tastes like thyme). The chilli’s acidity helped cut through a lot of the heavy flavours, and the pomegranate + walnut crumble further lightened the profile and added texture. If I weren’t so full, I’d have eaten more!

The true highlight of the night though was the Fried Cauliflower. (The Brussels Sprouts Fattoush was good but didn’t come close.) Ever had bad cauliflower? I have β€” it’s plain, monotonous, and incredibly uninspired. 0/10 would eat again. However, when done well, it’s one of my favs! The night’s rendition was beautiful: lightly crunchy, gently spiced, and all around nutty. I could not stop eating it. It didn’t matter that the green chilli dip had good heat; I was so taken by the original taste profile that I ignored the sauce for the rest of the plate! A must-get if you visit!

Oh, and if you like alcohol, Fat Prince has tons to offer. (Pst, they’ve a bar up front!)


The kebabs were filled with fresh ingredients and with big and bold flavours. My favourite was the Harrissa Prawns which had a couple of large juicy grilled prawns that were placed on top of oven baked pita wraps. The kebab had a pleasant spicy kick to it from the hot sauce and watermelon. Try the vegetarian kebab as well that had a unique and refreshing taste as it was made up of roasted pickled pumpkin with smoked cheese.

The Royal Lunch is a 3 course that includes dips, mezzes and choice of kebabs with chef's daily dessert. I fell in love with the hummus which were creamy and rich, and it came with Turkish flatbread that was baked soft and fluffy. The cashew hummus had a nutty roastedness to it while the sweet corn hummum was on a lighter side with some added spice from the curry leaf. For mezzes, opt for the lamb kofta which was similar to lamb meatballs. They were well seasoned with herbs and spices, and with no gaminess to it.

Tbvh, came for their kebabs, but stayed for the hummus. Personally found their π˜Ύπ™π™žπ™˜π™ π™šπ™£ π™Žπ™π™žπ™¨π™ (~$10) and π™‹π™žπ™© π™π™€π™–π™¨π™©π™šπ™™ 𝙇𝙖𝙒𝙗 (~$12) kinda dry and gamey respectively. 😀
The π™ƒπ™–π™§π™žπ™¨π™¨π™– 𝙋𝙧𝙖𝙬𝙣 (~$13) was refreshing with the watermelon, but not warranting the $13 price tag for sure.🍀

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