Fat Cow Hot
Fat Cow serves luxurious bespoke meats customized to every individual.
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"Wag Yu Come Here Again Foie Me?" YES!
Back from a lOoOOng hiatus, you can't imagine how much food I've eaten over these 9 months or so. Okay but anyway, I am back. Realized no one has added a review for Fat Cow and I think it deserves a good review because firstly, it deserves the stars and secondly, everyone who eats beef, adores beef, dreams of beef, should really pay this place a visit. Okay enough of digressing.
So this place is located at Camden Medical Center which is really weird because I don't think people who are ill should be eating such 'rich' food but anyway, location wise, you can take a shuttle bus from Liat Towers to the Medical Center. When you alight from the bus, Fat Cow is just right in front of you, you will not miss it.
I visited Fat Cow on a weekday afternoon and it was not very packed. About 6 customers or so? They have private rooms for large group of people but I was with a friend and it's just the two of us so we were seated at the counter. The service there is really great! They even have bag hooks for the ladies to hook their bags on at the side of the chair. The menu carries both beef centred and non-beef dishes but the star dishes would obviously be the beefy ones. My friend and I both ordered the set lunch which consists of a Wagyu and Foie Gras Donburi, Salad, Chawanmushi, and a scoop of ice cream (can't remember what flavor but it's not too yummy). Drinks were ordered at an additional cost.
Food was served quickly starting from the tea, salad and chawanmushi, the donburi and lastly the ice-cream. Salad was alright, it has a tangy dressing. I really liked the chawanmushi, it's so silky and smooth and doesn't have an overpowering egg 'smell' that some chawanmushis around carry. The star of the show - the Wagyu and Foie Gras donburi certainy did not disappoint. The rice was served with thick and generous cuts of seared wagyu beef and foie gras, everthing was covered in a nice, deep reddish-brown shiny glaze. The beef was cooked just the way I liked it and the foie gras was buttery soft and so fragrant. Rice was pearly and chewy. I found the sauce a little too strong but it didn't affect my enjoyment of the meal!
The cost of this meal was $50/pax after taxes. I would say it's worth every single singapore dollar. Yes, $50 might sound a lot for one lunch but if you look at how much you're getting, the great service and the superb ambience here, you are unlikely to get the same value and experience anywhere else. So I would strongly recommend beef lovers to visit this place!