Tag Archive: Chicken

Louis Louis (Das Kino) – Pizza – Nottingham

As you enter Das Kino you wouldn’t know that a change has been made behind the stove. The stylish decor of this popular bar remains unchanged despite Oscar and Rosie moving their operation… Continue reading

Oaks – Grill – Nottingham

Stop the press, Maid Marian way has had a new opening and it isn’t an Indian restaurant! What’s more the former karaoke pub, Chambers, is soon to open as a champagne bar. No, I don’t… 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

Cumin – Indian – Nottingham

I get asked often to recommend an Indian restaurant. I can only assume the significant choice means that people are keen to know they are travelling to the best one. The battle to… Continue reading

Junkyard – Bar – Nottingham – Review by Sarah

No man is an island, but you can feel like a lone voice in the wilderness sometimes. As such, it has been reassuring to recently read the Nottingham Food Blog and see that… Continue reading

Nottingham Fast Food – Noodles and Piri Piri

Having worked late I often, lazily, pick up some food on the way home. I thought I would give my thoughts on some fast-food hot spots in Nottingham. I’m not talking the big… Continue reading

Pilot, Poultry and Prosecco – Chicken/Pizza – Nottingham

Concept restaurants have been on trend for a couple of years with the likes of Burger and Lobster & Bubbledogs in the London market. I can’t recollect anything similar in the Nottingham restaurant… Continue reading

Haveli – Indian – Nottingham

I don’t eat out of the city centre as much as I would like, however a combination of Haveli’s position as one of the top rated Indian’s in Nottingham on tripadvisor, and a… Continue reading

Kayal – Indian – Nottingham

Indian cuisine throughout the UK typically conjures thoughts of Korma, Rogan Josh and Balti. Whilst many riff from this book of favourites Kayal focusses on the food of a specific Indian state, Kerala.… Continue reading

Nada Budaya – Malaysian – Nottingham

There, I’ve used the words most often spoken by the amateur blogger or posted on Trip Adviser. If we were to be believed there would be dozens of hidden gems in every city… Continue reading