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Notable Japanese Steak, Sashimi & Sake: Fat Cow Along Orchard Boulevard Rolls Out A New Chef’s Table Omakase Adventure

Last Updated: October 19, 2017

Written by Wani

Fat Cow has been flourishing for over half a decade now, having garnered a following of Wagyu beef lovers who can attest to its exceptional quality as one of Singapore’s best Japanese steakhouses. Us included.

Recently, the steakhouse has decided to up the ante and provide a tailored gastronomical experience to its diners, with the addition of an eight-seater omakase counter. The introduction will allow new Japanese Head Chef, Shigeru Kasajima, to feature premium seasonal ingredients that are equally as exceptional as the Wagyu that the restaurant is beloved for.

Expect quintessential Japanese dishes exquisitely handcrafted in the five-course lunch and 10-course dinner Chef’s Table Omakase menus. Sashimi options shine alongside premium-grade Wagyu, with seasonal ingredients like Uni, Amaebi Prawns, Anago Eel and Crab Kani Miso to delight your senses.

The meal, of course, wouldn’t be complete without Fat Cow’s very own Junmai Daiginjo sake, produced exclusively by Watanabe Sahei Brewery – its floral, fruity taste is sure to elevate your dining experience.

The best part? All you lucky readers will get a 10% discount off the Omakase menu if you simply quote “SETHLUI” when you dine here. This promotion ends on 31 March 2018.

Expected damage: $120++ for lunch, $280++ for dinner per pax

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Fat Cow: Camden Medical Centre, Orchard Boulevard, #01-01/02, Singapore 248649 | Tel: +65 6735 0308 | Opening hours: (Daily) 12pm – 3pm, 6pm – 11pm | Website | Facebook

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