Media Tasting at Fat Belly x Sugarhaus
My friend and I were walking around Serene Centre but couldn’t locate Fat Belly. Well, Fat Belly is cosily tucked around the corner from Sugar Haus. Simply walk all the way in from Sugar Haus. If you’ve reached Sugar Haus, you have reached Fat Belly. Being Singapore’s first Speakeasy-style steakhouse, Fat Belly specialises in firing unconventional steaks over charcoal.
The meal started off with something different. We were served with Creme Brûlée dessert to kick off the meal. It was a pleasant surprise, the Creme Brûlée foie gras is nicely styled with coral tuile and adds a savoury sweet touch to the starter.
Beef intercostals skewer with a chimmichurri sauce. My foodie friend is excited over chimmichurri sauce as we don’t usually get this sauce for skewers. However, the beef intercostals was a little tough on our visit.
We’re well familiar with pork char siew and is delighted to find beef ribs char siew at Fat Belly. Beef ribs char siew is served with kale. The beef ribs char siew was tad charred and meaty with a substantial layer of fats. I’ve also enjoyed the kale that absorbed the juice from the beef. Definitely my favourite course of the day!
Mini burger with ground wagyu gouda that looks like we’ve stole it from a kid. The well-marinated and flavourful ground wagyu gouda with a generous serving of cheese sandwiched between two mini buns.
The Wagyu marble with a fat marble score of 7-8 tri tip, definitely an ultimate enjoyable of the fats. It is marinated in herb oil and charcoal grilled. We also enjoyed the crisp outer crust that imparts a smoky flavour to it. Also served with truffle fries, pumpkin mash and kale.
If you’re a fan of beef and looking for something leaner, the USDA 150 day Grain Fed Angus Flat Iron Steak is for you. It is different from the wagyu marble beef, juicier and tender. Do note that this dish is not included in the course meal. You may order ala carte from the main menu.
USDA 150 day Grain Fed Angus Flat Iron Steak at S$22.
The outer of the cake looks like a chocolate lava but splits open with a surprise of raspberry lava and served with cinnamon gelato at the side.
This is part of 7 courses set meal at S$78.
Don’t miss the nicely crafted gelato after a meal. Expect flavours that are not commonly found! All gelato bases are set on Hokkaido milk. Matcha lovers will be delighted with Kyoto matcha, brown sugar and mochi, Kyoto matcha and Azuki red bean. If you enjoy the original taste of Hokkaido milk, Hokkaido milk with strawberries or honeycomb is recommended for you. Chocolate lovers may go for Dutch chocolate orange. And if you need something to cool off the heat, refreshing icy passionfruit, mango sorbet. From what I see, they have a wide spread of gelato that caters to each and every taste bud. And good news to the East foodies, I was told they have another outlet at Tampines 1.
*Service charge(10%) and GST(7%) applicable.
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