Eviva Taverna – Greek – Nottingham

Having eaten at Eviva Taverna I discovered, to my disappointment, that they followed me on Twitter. The more followers the better you may think? Not universally true. For example, if I was going… Continue reading

Malt Cross – Pub – Nottingham

The Malt Cross is a lovely setting, whether enjoying a drink, taking in some live music or coming to their Monday quiz night. The traditional features of a Victorian music hall have been maintained, an attractive… Continue reading

Top 10 best value places to eat in Nottingham

Recently it was great to see Nottingham featured in the Guardian where they suggested the top 10 budget restaurants. Inevitably some debate ensued on Twitter so I thought I’d give my top 10 for cheap… Continue reading

Baresca – Tapas – Nottingham

** 2018 update. A couple of more recent meals have been a lower standard of food than my original review, the menu del dia is certainly good value but the food and overall… Continue reading

Fellows, Morton & Clayton – Pub (Sunday Roast) – Nottingham

The latest leg of my Sunday lunch journey had been a disappointing though relatively high cost  at The Roundhouse. Getting back on the horse I popped down to the canal side a couple… Continue reading

Cosmo – World Buffet – Nottingham

I can never quite believe the volume that goes through Nottingham’s all you can eat restaurants. The most popular version of this does now seem to be the world buffet; where, if you… Continue reading

Time Out Café – ‘Asian Street Food’ – Nottingham

Time Out Cafe doesn’t sound like a place for Asian street food, as you arrive at the top of the stairs in Wheeler Gate, it doesn’t look like a place for it either.… Continue reading

French Living – French – Nottingham

I’d had a few recommendations over the last few months for this Gallic restaurant on King Street. It really is a Nottingham fixture, having first opened in 1994, so it was about time I got … Continue reading

Man’s – Chinese (Dim Sum) – Nottingham

  I’ve previously delivered praise toward the Szechuan restaurants in the city, Shanghai Shanghai and Temple of Heaven. These establishments bring the fiery cuisine that contrasts with the Cantonese fare of the majority of spots for… Continue reading

Buzzfeed articles (links included) have been keeping me busy!

For the first time in 2015 I’m breaking the pattern of publishing a new review every week. What’s slowed me down? Just a few boring things like work and travels. I’ll be back on it soon, bringing you… Continue reading