Singh’s – Good, but trying a little too hard

The culinary landscape for Indian restaurants in Nottingham is crowded. There are a number of strong establishments in the city centre with varying strengths and price points. As I walked to the entrance… Continue reading

Browns – Not on top form

Browns is ever popular, it now has over 20 locations across the UK and with another opening soon in Liverpool. The Nottingham branch follows the same pattern as most, it is well kitted… Continue reading

Sat Bains – Fine Dining (2*) – Nottingham

UPDATE 2014 – I’ve now eaten at Sat Bains on 6 occasions. Having eaten at many other 2* restaurants in the UK for me it is certainly up there amongst the best with its… Continue reading

Yamas – Nottingham – Greek, but not austere

**2015 update – having eaten several meals at Yamas since the original review I am happy to upgrade their score. The food is consistently good, including both vegetarian and meat dishes. I particularly… Continue reading

Aurora Review – Modern British – Nottingham

Plumtre Street is an unassuming Lace Market road, in a basement sits Aurora serving “Eclectic Modern British Cooking”. The restaurant has simple decor with wooden chairs and tables adorning a flagstone floor. The… Continue reading

Great British Menu – Seven years on

As we come to the end of the latest series I reflect on the programme that has been in our living rooms now since 2006. We have seen 8 banquets and at the start… Continue reading

Tropeiro Review – Nottingham – Quantity over quality?

The rise of the all you can eat restaurant has been noticeable over the last number of years. In Nottingham there are a handful of Chinese examples, carverys, as well as “World” buffets… Continue reading

Bar de Nada Review – Nottingham – Traditional Tapas?

Bar de Nada is now closed. As I write this review I consider the choice of establishment. Would it not have been simpler to visit an establishment which didn’t require the assessment of numerous dishes?… Continue reading