Where to Eat in Singapore This Week: Fat Belly Social Steakhouse, Cut by Wolfgang Puck, The Feather Blade, Kinki, Ash & Elm
It’s the perfect week for beef lovers to dine out, as there are a number of popular restaurants serving up a variety of mouth-watering beef cuts. New on the dining scene is Fat Belly Social Steakhouse, whose chefs showcase lesser-known cuts such as flat iron and zabuton that are no less delicious than your usual ribeye or filet mignon.
Why stop there when you can also head to The Feather Blade and Kinki, which have re-opened their doors to serve up their signature beef creations and more. Don’t forget about Cut by Wolfgang Puck, as the team has refreshed their early dinner menu so you can indulge in the chefs’ greatest hits before 7pm.
End the week with bubbly and fresh seafood at Ash & Elm, offering an enticing revamped weekend champagne brunch.
1/5 Fat Belly Social Steakhouse
Steak lovers are in for a delicious treat when they visit this new restaurant, serving a bevy of mouth-watering starters, meaty mains for sharing and a well-curated wine list.
Order a glass of vino (they have a 70-strong wine list of old and new world gems here) to go with your appetisers. Must-tries here include the delicately grilled octopus served with chorizo and tripe, as well as sourdough stacked with uni and lardo glazed with beef fat for added depth.
The restaurant puts the spotlight on the lesser-known cuts of beef like Flat Iron and Zabuton. The latter is popular for its well-marbled flesh and rich and juicy flavour that shines when it’s grilled to perfection. It's even better when it's served with six different sauces and sides such as crusted mac & cheese and tomato salad. Book here.
Fat Belly Social Steakhouse | 21A Boon Tat Street, S(069620) | 6227 2247
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2/5 Cut by Wolfgang Puck
Planning for an early dinner? The restaurant’s culinary team have refreshed their Early Cut three-course menu to include some of their greatest hits. Indulge in the likes of Maryland blue crab cake crowned with enticing tomato relish and basil oil, and top-notch American Wagyu New York sirloin cooked to your preferred doneness. Choose between the praline mascarpone bar with refreshing passionfruit guava sorbet and the butterscotch apple crumble with a scoop of Tahitian vanilla ice cream to end your meal on a sweet note. Book here.
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The contemporary Japanese restaurant has returned after a short hiatus, this time with a bold new look that perfectly complements its innovative food and drinks menu. Come hungry and savour the culinary team’s classic dishes, which, of course, includes the signature Cowabunga. It consists of seared A4 Wagyu beef slices rolled with cream cheese, cucumber and homemade spicy mayo.
Unagi Claypot is also back on the menu due to popular demand. One order gives you an umami-packed rice bowl topped with generous slices of unagi, which is doused in homemade unagi sauce for extra flavour. Book here.
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4/5 The Feather Blade
If you’re on a meat streak this week, you’ll be glad to know that this steakhouse specialising in alternative cuts is back with a new outlet at Tanjong Pagar. Naturally, the signature Feather Blade steak seasoned with smoked salt remains the star of the show.
Apart from that, you also have the gyudon (Japanese beef bowl) with the option to top it with foie gras or scallops, and an array of sides such as potatoes fried in Wagyu beef fat; burratina accented with arugula, cherry tomatoes and truffle honey; and spinach enriched with parmigiano-reggiano cream and nutmeg. Book here.
The Feather Blade | 61 Tanjong Pagar Road, S(088482)
5/5 Ash & Elm
Save your weekend for the modern European restaurant’s Classic Weekend Champagne brunch. At the seafood station, the highlight is the unlimited servings of the Kaluga Queen caviar as well as ocean-fresh oysters, scallops, king crab and lobster.
Take the time to savour the restaurant’s signature dishes too, from the beer-braised beef short ribs to the indulgent Spanish Duroc pork rack. These will go extremely well with the brunch favourites of truffle poached eggs sprinkled with chives and grated cheese toast. Book here.
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