Dine at Fat Cat – Bar and Bistro restaurant in Andheri West

If you are staying or visiting to Mumbai then Andheri West is one of the preferred place for dine out at weekend. You can find lot of good restaurants in Andheri West out of that Fat Cat Bar and Bistro is one of my favorite.

Read reviews of fat cat – bar and bistro restaurant in Andheri West Mumbai and search by cuisine, price, location, and more. Here I am giving kind of restaurants which are really best for his delicacy. The metro city Mumbai carries a assets of a long history. The current scenario is a true icon of new ness yet the Indian-ism and the culture is well maintained. If you want a excellent dining environment, you will find several restaurants in Mumbai. From multi cuisine restaurants to specific South Indian, North Indian restaurants to those serving continental dishes are plenty. Localities as well as tourists take delight in the varieties of food served. You will find almost all restaurants in Mumbai been occupied at week end. It is hard to find a table without pre booking. It is no surprise if you wait in queue to get a table booked for yourself and your family or friends. Few of the restaurants in Mumbai worth mentioning as revealed in many a city reviews on Mumbai are Fat Cat – Bar & Bistro Restaurant, copper chimney Mumbai, Indigo Mumbai, Trishna restaurant, out of the blue Bandra, Khyber restaurant and the list goes on.

The earlier Fat Cat Cafe has now become At Fat Cat – Bar & Bistro. Strangely enough the only sign of kitty cat is on the branding, so if you are a cat lover and are expecting the place to be filled with cats then… ‘You are at a wrong place bro!’
Why did this restaurant in Andheri West revamp? The old hands weren’t experienced to run a bar and failed. Most people misjudged it as a cafe and were disappointed. The new owners are well settled in the Hospitality business and know the tricks of the trade right. They gave the earlier cat a makeover and now the Fat Cat has turned into one party chick!
Buzz team went for dinner @ At Fat Cat – Bar & Bistro, Andheri West on a Friday night, which happened to be one of the popular Karaoke nights in Mumbai. Read ahead as we describe our experience there…

The place has turned a little dark than what it used to be earlier but still looks quite quaint. Dim-lights, convenient seating and wooden flooring somehow make you want to get comfortable and casual. The bistro is divided into sections like the outside seating area (for the smokers), Bar area, separate section for larger group and a very well thought out section meant just for two. We started with fruity cocktails. We tried Basil Martini (Rs.225), Peach Mojito (Rs.220), Strawberry Margarita (Rs.250) and Apple Martini (Rs.225).The drinks were delicious and refreshing, specially the Strawberry Margarita. They do not serve pitchers but have a Beer tower that will cost you Rs.899. A good option if you are in a decently large group.

With the drinks we munched on Chicken Yakitori (Rs.245), Lemongrass prawns (Rs.275), Chicken Satay (Rs.240) and chef made Paneer Sambai which was not on the menu. The drinks and starters paired very well. The Satay was juicy and the peanut and chilly dip that was served on the side was just perfect.

For the main course, we were suggested to try the Veg Bloody Mary Pasta (Rs.285) and Burmese Khao Sue (Rs. 255). Both of them made us regret the starter gluttony. The Burmese Khao Sue Chicken is the most served delicacy. We believe that apart from the perfect taste, the way it is served also makes it look yummy. The Bloody Mary pasta was nothing like the drink but tasted just fine.

They do have the usual deserts on the menu but strictly passable post the interesting meal and drinks. Like we mentioned earlier that we went on a Friday night, which was the Karaoke night at the At Fat Cat – Bar & Bistro. The host made each one in the bistro sing. The collection of songs they had was also pretty impressive. The location has got the bistro a few regulars who are warm and do not make you feel left out by hogging the MIC.
We suggest you go there for the Khai Sue (they do have a vegetarian option) and Strawberry Margarita on a Friday to get the best of both music and food.
Sabung Ayam
Bruce Robison

AUSTIN, TEXAS – In regard to the Lone Star States finest tunesmiths, Bruce Robison lands at the top of the heap. His songwriting turned the heads of some of the industrys biggest artists and took them to the top of the charts (Dixie Chicks No. 1 version of Travelin Soldier, George Straits recording of Wrapped and the beautiful Tim McGraw/Faith Hill rendition of Angry All The Time, to name a few). While those achievements might be considered the pinnacle of a song writing career to some, Robison has never been one to rest on his laurels. He is always creating. The last two releases from Robison were as a duo project with wife and acclaimed singer/songwriter, Kelly Willis. Cheaters Game and Our Year were released just over a year apart in 2013 and 2014, respectively, to rave reviews. After touring extensively to support the duos releases, Bruce turned his focus toward his other passion project, The Next Waltz, a virtual social house of music, videos and interviews spotlighting the artists and songs that make up the pedigree of this generations cream of the crop. In his studio located just outside of Austin, Robison hosts and records an evolving array of artists who share in his commitment to continue the tradition of collaborative creativity. Everything in Bruces studio is recorded on analog tape with no digital shenanigans just like back when music was good. From Robisons perspective, that difference – between digital and analog makes all the difference. In fact its so important to him, that tag line appears on the liner notes of Bruces brand new album, Bruce Robison & The Back Porch Band, to be released on April 28. While immersed in the process of capturing some of his favorite songs and artists for The Next Waltz, Robison was inspired to round up his own band and lay down a collection of originals, co-writes and covers to put his personal stamp on. With a list of musician credits that could easily be mistaken for a hall-of-fame roll call, Robison delivers a truly organic listening experience that includes happy accidents and all kinds of things that just feel real. Bruce Robison & The Back Porch Band is a real nine-track album made up of good-time, light hearted romps (Rock n Roll Honky Tonk Ramblin Man) and wistful, sometimes bittersweet ballads (Long Time Coming; Still Doin Time). Even The Whos Squeezebox which Robison calls a a great country song by some English dudes – fits perfectly in the mix. Long-time friend, Jack Ingram, appears with Robison on Paid My Dues, (written by Jason Eady and Micky Braun of Micky and the Motorcars) for a rowdy honky-tonker version. Robison marvels, The song that I cut with Jack, theres not even one overdub on it. That sounds like a simple thing, but Ive never done that in my entire career, where we dont even go in and fix anything. Recording the way we do really allows the players to bring their own voices, their own styles, into the music, says Robison. Thats the kind of vibe Im trying to get back to. I want to let people see how cool this process is and how much it has to do with country music, and how the kind of music that we make is tied to those traditions.