Lo and behold, the only Food Showdown article where the “steaks” actually matter: beef donburis.
Beef donburis are one of the best comfort foods of all time. Tender and smoky slices of beef placed on top of a bed of warm and fluffy white rice, and often accompanied by silky slices of foie gras, truffle oil, and an onsen egg… Mmm. I don’t think I can say ‘itadakimasu‘ fast enough.
For the ulti-meat test, we pitched two popular beef donburi places, Fat Cow and Tanuki Raw, against each other to see which would come out on top.
More interestingly, both beef donburi bowls are priced differently—one costs S$30 while the other costs a whopping S$158.
Fat Cow is a luxurious Japanese restaurant specialising in premium wagyu and omakase dining experiences.
Located at Tanglin, minutes away from the far end of Orchard Road where Hard Rock Cafe is, Fat Cow first opened in Oct 2011 and serves a handpicked selection of the most exclusive and finest wagyu reputable farms around the world.
Tanuki Raw has always been one of my favourite places to dine at because of its central location and its wallet-friendly beef donburis.
Nestled on the fourth floor of Orchard Central, Tanuki Raw is a raw bar that dishes out fresh sashimi (with amazing weekly deals, mind you), freshly