Kayal – Indian – Nottingham – Review by Sarah

[Alec reviewed Kayal in November 2013] Kayal has never struggled for plaudits or for pundits. A South Indian restaurant in Nottingham on the eve of a draw in a Trent Bridge test match… Continue reading

Bill’s – British – Nottingham

In the peripheral vision of the indomitable Brian Clough sits the latest restaurant to hit Nottingham city centre. I find it difficult to succinctly describe Bill’s, whilst in part down to my lexicon… Continue reading

Suede Bar – Pizza – Nottingham – Review by Sarah

Heathcoat Street forms part of the network of roads around Broadway where the creatives of Nottingham like to congregate of an evening or weekend. Suede Bar is a relatively recent addition and after… Continue reading

A review of the first half of 2014 in food – mostly Nottingham

As we hit the end of June I thought I would take a look back on the first half of 2014 and review the hi and lo lights of the year in food so… Continue reading

La Salute – Italian – Nottingham – Review by Sarah

Review by Sarah McDonald Thursday 6:30pm, and there are five customers in La Salute, including me and my partner. And still, someone has to be beckoned by the chef to seat us. It’s… Continue reading

Temple of Heaven – Chinese/Szechuan – Nottingham

Frusher on Food has seen a spate of Asian cuisine dominating the blog recently, another new opening in the city – Temple Of Heaven welcomed its first customers in May. Whilst I may… Continue reading

The Banyan Tree – Indian – Nottingham – Review by Sarah

Sarah is a new contributor to supplement the Frusher of ‘Frusher on Food’. Read a little intro from her here   If a restaurant attached to a petrol station on a roundabout manages… Continue reading

Annie’s Burger Shack – Nottingham

To fellow Nottinghamians Annie’s is a restaurant that has sat fondly in the city since 2009, 4 of those years in residence in the Navigation. Earlier in 2014 it made its move to… Continue reading

Miss Korea – Korean BBQ – Nottingham

As the saying goes, you wait for one Korean BBQ and two come along at once. Only a few weeks after the opening of Pan Asia BBQ Miss Korea opened its doors in… Continue reading

Shanghai Shanghai – Chinese/Szechuan – Nottingham

If you follow national restaurant critics you will notice they often get stick for not venturing outside of the M25. With that in mind must take something special to get two of them to Nottingham, that… Continue reading