Not here at the Fat Cat! I’m sat in front of a coal fire, with a pint of Timothy Taylor’s Landlord and the remains of my lunch, a steak pie, and feeling very good! The tray-baked pie was full of chunks of lean meat, and...More
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The Fat Cat was a (very) regular haunt for me in the late ‘80’s and early ‘90’s. The original real ale pub in Sheffield with multiple guest beers and good basic home cooked nosh. Nothing has changed in all those years, you’ll either love it...More
Enjoyed steak pie with good pastry and plenty of meat, plus selection of vegetables. Husband had the cottage pie. Very warming and filling on a cold day. Love the ambience in the Fat Cat, original fittings and an open fire and always enjoy a relaxing...More
I’ve had a drink in here quite a few times, but never eaten before. Usual wide selection of beers, and as usual an emphasis on well-hopped beers, a little pricey and served a little too cold. There’s a fairly short but just about adequate selection...More
Traditional pub with a large selection of beers. Traditional lunches for £5.25. Terrific puddings with custard for £2.00. What's not to like ?
Not a wide screen TV or music system in sight - just a great traditional place in which to drink excellent proper beer (brewed next door) and eat marvellous pub grub. Well done!
A brilliantly shockingly traditional pub, from the small entrance, to the split rooms, the traditional decor, the spread of beers available and the friendly and cheerful staff. Even thou the pork pie is not made by them, it lives to its reputation as one of...More
Round the corner from the Kelham Island Brewery I had a pint of Pale Rider at 290p its not cheap which was the best I had ever tasted also a pint of Best at 250p which was great. Toilets are old fashioned with brass hot...More