Fat Cow offers a tantalising selection of their signature mains, donburis, ready-to-cook sets and drinks for takeaways and deliveries – creating the perfect opportunity for an indulgent meal in the comfort of home.
For a no-fuss meal that doesn’t cut back on indulgence, Fat Cow’s popular 21-days Dry-aged Nagasaki Wagyu A5 Premium Donburi ($138+) is available for order alongside other signature dishes such as The Fat Cow Wagyu Sandwich ($88+) and the Fat Cow Donburi ($48+).
Other takeaway selections include Ready-to-cook Premium Wagyu Beef Sets priced between $168-228+ that can be prepared in just 10 minutes.
Preparing a surprise or celebration for a loved one? Elevate the stay-home dining experience with A Pleasant Surprise ($110+), featuring two luxurious housemade Yuzu cheesecakes and The Fat Cow Daiginjo Label, made exclusively for Fat Cow by the Watanabe Sahei Brewery in Tochigi.
For a toast at home, Fat Cow also offers a variety of alcoholic drinks, including sake, whiskies, wine and beer.
Now available 40% off at $80+ (U.P $140+) while stocks last, The Fat Cow Daiginjo Label, their own daiginjo sake produced exclusively for them by Watanabe Sahei Brewery in Tochigi, is brewed with Yamadanishiki rice with a luxurious polishing rate of 45%, as well as spring water from snow capped Nantai and Nyohu mountains to produce a sake exquisitely balanced between sweetness and acidity.
Sourced from various Japanese prefectures, enjoy bottled Japanese spirits such as the Kurayoshi Pure Malt 18YO ($260+ per bottle), a blended malt made with whiskies sourced from Scottish distilleries, blended with Japanese whisky and volcanic-stone-filtered water; the Toashuzo Golden Horse Murashi Pure Malt ($180+ per bottle) with soft notes of apple, pear and pineapple and an earthy vanilla pod, as well as the Wakatsuru Shuzou ($450+ per bottle), a hidden gem among Japanese whisky distilleries.
For guests that would like to enjoy a luxurious selection of whisky, two whisky trails – the Trail of Ichiro’s Malt ($1,388) and the Trail of Nikka, Miyagikyo, Single Malt ($828) – remain available for delivery and takeaway.