SINGAPORE RESTAURANT

Fat Prince

Cocktails meet kebabs in this Istanbul-themed follow-up to Neon Pigeon.

Hey, even kebabs count as barbecue. The same people who brought you the ever-packed, Japanese-fusion Neon Pigeon at The Working Capitol are now taking inspiration from Imperial Istanbul for Fat Prince, with its arabesque mosaics on the walls and the low-hanging lamps. Choose from 10 types of "taco sized" kebabs, like the classic spicy beef and the modern duck and pistachio kofte. 

 

It used to be that kebabs were what you ate in the wee hours after a long night of drinking. Well, now you don't have to wait till you're a few drinks down. The same people who brought you the ever-packed, Japanese-fusion Neon Pigeon at The Working Capitol are now taking inspiration from Imperial Istanbul for Fat Prince, a new bar in Tanjong Pagar that combines cocktails with kebabs. Decked out in shades of blue and brown, the place exudes glamourous pre-World War II vibes, what with the dark wood shelves and cabinets, the arabesque mosaics on the walls and the low-hanging lamps. 

You’ll be able to choose from 10 types of "taco sized" kebabs (starting from $10), with options like the classic spicy beef and the modern duck and pistachio kofte. Pair them with their indulgent hummus, made with duck fat. They also serve hearty brunch fare with dishes like pides (ranging from $16-$22) and Turkish-style scrambled eggs.

On top of serving traditional drinks such as their Turkish coffee and tea, and housemade sodas with spices such as cardamom and ginger, Fat Prince also does innovative tipples, such as the peppercorn Negroni (peppercorn, rose gin and sweet vermouth) and Ginger Tea Collins (vodka, lemon,ginger and turkish syrup) and et cetera, along with bottled beers from Jordan, Lebanon and Morocco.

Venue Details
Address: Fat Prince, 48 Peck Seah St., Singapore, 079317 Singapore
Phone: 6221-3683
Website: www.fatprincesg.com
Area: Tanjong Pagar
Cuisine: Turkish
Price Range: $$ - $$
Open since: September, 2016
Opening hours: Tue-Fri 8am-midnight; Sat 10:30am-midnight; Sun 10:30am-3pm
Nearest trainTelok Ayer
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