Fat Cat Restuarant

24 Chestnut Street, Quincy, MA 02169
p. 617.471.4363 // f.


Boston Globe
February 17, 2008

Phantom Gourmet
February 9, 2008

Patriot Ledger
February 6, 2008

Fat Cat Reviews

Boston Globe Dining Out
February 17, 2008
There's an expression, "Never trust a skinny chef." Well, I have my own expression: "Never trust a skinny cat." Unlike their chubby counterparts, skinny cats are sly, quick, and slightly sinister. Fat cats, to me, are warm, easygoing, and friendly.

No surprise, then, that the newly opened Fat Cat restaurant in Quincy appealed to me immediately. Like the 32-pound feline it's named after, the Fat Cat appreciates good food and a comfy atmosphere. CONTINUE READING

Phantom Gourmet - Hidden Jewel
February 09, 2008
How's this for a food fantasy: All the foods you love, made with a little extra love. Hand cut French Fries with mouthwatering spices and sauces. A burger piled so high you might not be able to get your mouth around it. And luxurious Lobster Mac and Cheese. Welcome to The Fat Cat; Quincy's newest spot turning food fantasies in to delicious realities, no matter what you're in the mood for. CONTINUE READING

Patriot Ledger Taste and Tell
February 06, 2008
Quincy native and owner Neil Kiley and chef Thomas Coleman are the new cool cats in town. The ambiance and menu at Fat Cat in Quincy are just about perfect. From the exposed brick walls to the giant orange-eyed painted cat on the kitchen wall to the perfectly separated bar and dining area to the small, intimate space to the Parker-House-style rolls and honey butter to the lobster mac and cheese. CONTINUE READING