The multi-award winning chain of Fat Cat restaurant/café bars has finally settled in Nottingham. Located in the central and idyllic Chapel quarter of the city, Fat Cat restaurant is a contemporary and stylish venue. Flanked by a multitude of drinking and dining options along Chapel Bar and in close proximity to the Market Square, Fat Cat is the perfect place to unwind, enjoy some food and watch the world go by.
Guests at Fat Cat Nottingham have several different dining options, each giving a unique experience. The ground floor is ideal for informal dining with comfy sofas and a laid back atmosphere whilst upstairs is a chic and charming 60 cover restaurant that boasts fine views over the city. For warmer evenings there is an al fresco dining area to the front of the venue, perfect for people watching. To keep you inside there is a large TV screen that occasionally screens live sports.
Fat Cat restaurant serves a variety of cuisines as well as offering their unique Chef’s evening specials. You can expect to see everything from classic British to Italian on the menu, offering something to suit everyone’s tastes. Popular dishes include the classic Bangers and Mash; a trio of pork and leek sausages with creamy mash, seasonal greens and gravy, the famous Fat Cat Burger; a homemade beef burger with mushrooms, onions, bacon and cheese sauce in a ciabatta bun served with coleslaw and chips, and the delicious BBQ chicken pizza topped with strips of grilled chicken, red onions and bbq sauce.
Fat Cat is as much about drinking as it is dining and to quench your thirst there is an extensive range of international bottled beers and wines as well as a fabulous variety of cocktails on offer. The venue runs a variety of special evenings including quiz night, ladies night and cocktail nights as well as offering student discount. Fat Cat Nottingham offers something for everyone and now that the cat is well and truly out of the bag, it is destined to stay a landmark on Nottingham’s restaurant scene.