Tag Archive: Chicken

Debsh – Persian – Nottingham

Appearances can be deceiving. That’s what I said to myself climbing the tatty, garishly red stairs at Debsh having sought refuge from the dark, damp of a rainy Wollaton Street. Entering the restaurant… Continue reading

Nottingham Street Food Club

*2018 update – I have upgraded the overall Street Food Club score to 8, mainly thanks to Homeboys always been present and excellent on each occasion I have been. Other vendors have been… Continue reading

Annie’s Burger Shack – Burger Competition 2017 – Nottingham

People often express their jealousy at the fact I have a food blog with some renown in the Nottingham restaurant scene. They immediately ask how much free stuff I get or whether I have the status to get a… Continue reading

Lime – Indian – Nottingham (Nuthall)

  Lime was my 12th Indian restaurant review in Nottingham…see how others compare: Anoki Calcutta Club Cumin Curry Lounge Kayal Singh’s Memsaab Haveli (Chilwell) Tamatanga Desi Downtown Masala Junction   Lime has been on… Continue reading

Red Dog Saloon – BBQ – Nottingham

When you enter Red Dog Saloon you know you are in a BBQ restaurant. Many things died to make this place what it is. It isn’t just what arrives on your plate but… Continue reading

Tom Browns – Brasserie – Nottingham (Gunthorpe)

As regular followers will know, I can struggle to drag myself out of the confines of the NG1 postcode. Apparently all it takes is a free meal which manged to get me over… Continue reading

Bar Iberico – Tapas – Nottingham

Home to numerous popular food venues Hockley is now also the home of Bar Iberico – which now inhabits a prime location on Carlton Street. Previous tenants haven’t lasted very long with names… Continue reading

Thailand No.1 – Thai – Nottingham

Friday night at 8pm and Nottingham was abuzz. A hot summers day had come to an end and as we strolled through the city bars and restaurants were packed. Well most of them were,… Continue reading

Turtle Bay – Caribbean – Nottingham

Would you believe I am writing just after the third anniversary of Frusher on Food? If you had asked me three years ago I wouldn’t have thought it would be still going, let… Continue reading

Belgo – Belgian – Nottingham

Belgo is, to the best of my knowledge, the first Belgian restaurant to open its doors in Nottingham. What does that entail you might ask? Well mussels are what they seem to be… Continue reading