If you are looking for a place to eat, dine, and drink in Oswestry, then you might want to check out the Fat Rabbit restaurant. This quaint eatery is a perfect place to spend a leisurely lunch, or a delicious dinner, and offers great prices and a friendly atmosphere. When the sun sets, the cafe turns into a micropub. It has a wine list that will be sure to please, and is dog-friendly as well.
Fat Rabbit is a restaurant that offers some enticing dishes, and has a fun and unique style to boot. The menu has all the usual suspects, as well as a few surprises. You can choose from a variety of Mediterranean cuisine, or if you are feeling adventurous, try some braised rabbit or lamb shanks. Also on offer are some unusual treats, such as a blueberry “hoptart” and a savory tomato, basil, and mozzarella galette.
One of the nicer things about the Fat Rabbit is that it is a family owned business. Ellyn Hopper, the owner, has spent more than 20 years dreaming up this bakery. She plans to open it at Hatch Kitchen in July, 2020. Until then, she has been baking full time at her other establishments, including Stir Crazy and Stella’s Grocery.
Another interesting feature of the Fat Rabbit is the fact that it is a sub-ohm tank. It holds five mL of e-liquid, and uses a simple old school top filling system. As a result, it has a fun, yet functional design. Moreover, the tank features a pair of air slots, which allows for airflow from the top to the bottom. Interestingly, the tank also has a top airflow indicator, which helps you know when to refill your tank.
Of course, the Fat Rabbit hasn’t exactly been around for long. It’s been soft opened, with limited hours, in mid-July. After this, the restaurant will undergo some major renovations, with the WhiteROC Hospitality Group set to turn the building into a bistro called PL8 Bistro and Gallery. A new bakery is planned, and the Fat Rabbit will be part of the menu.
Although it is still in the construction stage, the Fat Rabbit has a bright future. It will be expanding its beverage offerings, and its breakfast and lunch menus. It is also expected to expand its dessert and espresso options. In the meantime, you can enjoy some of the tastiest coffee in town, along with some of the best pastries and burgers in the area. There aren’t many spots in Oswestry that have both, so you might as well take advantage of the chance.
Ultimately, the Fat Rabbit has the honour of being one of the few places to have been awarded a 4.6 in Google’s rating system for the best place to eat in Oswestry. From its food to its service, it has the charm and charms to please all. Just make sure to reserve your table in advance, and you are likely to be a winner!