The Fat Cat (Norwich) Reviews
Description:49 West End Street, Norwich NR2 4NA. Tel: +44(0)1603 624364. Fax: +44(0)1603 627756. Local pub specialising in real ... more
Newest Review: ... Cat wildcat pint is my favourite, although I have to say that I prefer ciders. The Fat Cat usually has ciders which are 7.5% in strength, if that's the sort of tipple that you fancy. If you're not a beer or cider drinker, then the Fat Cat has a range of other soft drinks and usual spirits available. They also have a wide range of wines to choose from, which are realistically priced. A range ... more
Customer The Fat Cat (Norwich) Reviews (2)
by - written on 14/04/10 (Very useful, 45 readings)
This review is of the public house "The Fat Cat" in Norwich, on West End Street, near to Dereham Road. The pub is a real ale pub, and has won many awards. I've visited this pub a few times, and it is superb in its range of beers. It is of no surprise to me that a few weeks ago the pub won the Good Pub Guide's Beer Pub of the Year for the fourth time. This is an amazing achievement, so what are they doing right? When you walk into the pub, you will see a reasonably length bar, with blackboards above the bar which show the various beers, ciders and bottles which they have in stock. There is always an extensive range, and you will likely have ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/12/00, updated on 08/12/00 (Very useful, 73 readings)
Ah, the Fat Cat. Scene of many a summer's evening spent on the tables outside, putting the world to rights while drinking copious amounts of beer, not to mention scores of winter nights spent by the real fire inside doing, um, exactly the same. The Fat Cat "Free Mouse" (as it styles itself) is renowned in Norwich for one thing - beer. Forget chicken-in-a-basket and big-screen sports - this pub is about just one thing. Real beer. Breweries up and down the country are represented on the FC's ever-changing beer list, with ales ranging from stouts and porters to light summer ales, plus real ciders and a range of Belgian beers. Some are on the ... Read the complete review
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