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The Fat Cat is a casual bistro in the heart of Holland Village serving a wide array of unique and mouth-watering dishes from Thai, North Indian and Western menus.

Tue - Sun: 11:30 - 14:30

Tue - Sun: 17:30 - 23:00

Closed: Mon

+65 64651107
$40 based on 9 submissions
After Work (3 votes), Children/Family (3 votes), Dinner (3 votes)
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refreshing red duck curry

After walking around Holland V, we decided to settle for The Fat Cat. A bar like environment with kind of fusion foood, or rather a choice of various cuisines like Thai, Western, Indian etc. They have promotions for cocktails or certain alcohols too like 1 for 1 or at discounted price.

So we ordered one 1-for-1 Frozen Margarita. & for food, we ordered 2 pcs tandoori chicken ($10), marinated with Indian spices and yoghurt and baked in the clay oven til tender. Portion might be a lil too small i feel, if there’s 3 pcs it will be just right! Also ordered, butter chicken ($13) and garlic ($3) & plain ($2.50) naan. Butter chicken is nice, i always like how aromatic and rich it is.

For western, we ordered the mixed sausage platter ($8), mixture of cheese and black pepper sausage. It tasted usual like those from the convenience store. nothing fantastic. There’s hot pot clams served with grilled bageutte ($12). The sauce is rich with white clam taste with tinge of white wine, but a lil salty too. But it tasted well dipping the bageutte with the sauce.

we basically ordered a few kinds from all the different cuisines available. So for thai we ordered Pad Thai Chicken ($11), Green Curry Chicken ($13) and Red Duck Curry ($14). Red duck curry is quite a innovative dish i would say. It’s roasted duck curry with with seedless grapes, honey, pineapple and fresh red chilli. Very refreshing and create taste! It’s very sweet and not really spicy, suitable for those who cant take spicy food! And to my surprise, there were several chunks of duck meats, grapes and other whats not.

Overall still a satisfying meal at first try!

visit http://poohlovesfood.wordpress.com/2014/08/02/the-fat-cat-bistro/ for the pictures!

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• 17 Dec 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Staff shortage

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Six people, three served with their food quickly. The others at our table served more than 30 minutes later. Starters served after 30 minutes. The excuse was only one chef. The other chef MC. Totally spoiled our meal! you should ask if they have enough kitchen staff when you order your meal. Food is good. But service terrible. So sad our favorite restaurant is so inconsistent 
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• 02 Aug 2014 • 76 reviews • 0 follower

refreshing red duck curry

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After walking around Holland V, we decided to settle for The Fat Cat. A bar like environment with kind of fusion foood, or rather a choice of various cuisines like Thai, Western, Indian etc. They have promotions for cocktails or certain alcohols too like 1 for 1 or at discounted price.

So we ordered one 1-for-1 Frozen Margarita. & for food, we ordered 2 pcs tandoori chicken ($10), marinated with Indian spices and yoghurt and baked in the clay oven til tender. Portion might be a lil too small i feel, if there’s 3 pcs it will be just right! Also ordered, butter chicken ($13) and garlic ($3) & plain ($2.50) naan. Butter chicken is nice, i always like how aromatic and rich it is.

For western, we ordered the mixed sausage platter ($8), mixture of cheese and black pepper sausage. It tasted usual like those from the convenience store. nothing fantastic. There’s hot pot clams served with grilled bageutte ($12). The sauce is rich with white clam taste with tinge of white wine, but a lil salty too. But it tasted well dipping the bageutte with the sauce.

we basically ordered a few kinds from all the different cuisines available. So for thai we ordered Pad Thai Chicken ($11), Green Curry Chicken ($13) and Red Duck Curry ($14). Red duck curry is quite a innovative dish i would say. It’s roasted duck curry with with seedless grapes, honey, pineapple and fresh red chilli. Very refreshing and create taste! It’s very sweet and not really spicy, suitable for those who cant take spicy food! And to my surprise, there were several chunks of duck meats, grapes and other whats not.

Overall still a satisfying meal at first try!

visit http://poohlovesfood.wordpress.com/2014/08/02/the-fat-cat-bistro/ for the pictures!
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• 21 Jul 2014 • 33 reviews • 0 follower

Be spoilt for choice with Thai, Indian and Western fare

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From appetisers to mains to desserts, all dishes are categorised in Thai, North Indian and Western cuisines. Located in the heart of Holland Village, towards the more cast off side (not the lane with the pubs), down slope towards Sushi Tei.

The menu are seperated to 3 sections as such:
Thai Yai: Chef Nang’s Thai cookery inspired by street food in Bangkok and Changmai.
Masala Mantra: Serves the authentic North Indian favourites.
The French Onion: Chef Mike Chung’s Western cookery from lamb shank to pasta.
Certain appetisers and mains are slightly above average but some has room for improvements. Sad to say, desserts was a tad disappointment. For more info, visit http://nkikichua.blogspot.sg/2014/07/the-fat-cat-bistro-holland-village.html

Plus points for family with kids, they have kids portions for Western pastas and a a short list of food to choose from in Thai's menu.
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