Fat Cow Burgers after established themselves in Malaysia, crosses the Causeway and found its way to Singapore and rested at Chinatown and it is named Fat Cow Palace.
Fat Cow Burgers is along the same street of Arterial Cafe or the infamous dessert shop, Mei Heong Yuen. I have been asking my brother who loves beef burger to try out Fat Cow with me for quite a while but he never make it. So I decided to go solo.
The main highlights in Fat Cow Palace is the Beef Burgers. There are 5 beef burgers with various filling and sauces. If you don’t take beef, there are Chicken Burgers as well. Among other items, include salad, pasta, soup and skewers. The missing category in their menu is finger food.
All the burgers come with french fries, a side salad and a drink (mainly soft drinks)
I went for Farm Shroom. The interior of the sesame bun is the charcoal bun. I find it a little too crispy. The beef patty was excellent, moist, juicy and tender. I could taste lots of the natural beef juicy goodness. It was a pity that the mushroom was way too salty. It seems like the fries are made from fresh cut potatoes but somehow the potato flavour was a little too light. The salad was good though.
I am sure I will return when I crave for Beef Burger. I will drag my brother along the next time. LOL
Fat Cow Palace
43 Temple Street Singapore 058588
Tel: +65 6220 7783
Daily 1100 to 2130
By MRT: Northeast line or Downtown line – Chinatown station; or East West line – Outram Park station
– alight at New Bridge Road bus stop 2, 12, 33, 54, 63, 80, 124, 143, 147, 190, 851, 961, 970, CT8, CT18, CT28;
– alight at South Bridge Road bus stop 61, 80, 145, 166, 197;
– alight at Eu Tong Seng bus stop, outside People’s Park Complex 2, 12, 33, 61, 63, 143, 197, 961, 970, CT8, CT18, CT28;
– alight at Eu Tong Seng, outside People’s Park Center 54, 124, 145, 147, 166, 190, 851