The Butcher’s Cut is perhaps the Japanese Chef’s quiet challenge to its customers to go on a beefy adventure with him. Wagyu think about that? I couldn’t resist and ordered the Japanese Wagyu “Nikuya Moriawase”. As steaks and especially wagyu goes, it can only be medium rare. I could swear my heart skipped a beat when the dish is served. Its.. beautiful! The presentation is pretty, like all minialistic Japanese cuisine plating are. The steak is fanned out nicely (Although, I actually do prefer dismembering my own steak thank you.). The cook and the bite on the steak is just heavenly. Given that this choice of cut is firmer than most, and yet every bite is sweet and flavourful.
The price tag for a dining experience at Fat Cow is hefty but worth every penny (ok, maybe except for the drinks) While I don’t foresee myself becoming a regular here anytime in the short term, I believe it is worth visiting at least once.
Loved the ambiance, food and birthday celebrating for my friend! Will definitely be back for more! Ordered the Fat Cow donburi. The wagyu beef was cooked to our liking of medium rare.
Service was relatively good too.