Tag Archive: Curry

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

Memsaab – Indian – Nottingham

With more nominations than Jack Nicholson and Meryl Steep combined, Memsaab is arguably Nottingham’s most decorated restaurant. I have been a couple of times but felt it would be remiss of me not to include… Continue reading

Curry Lounge – Indian – Nottingham

Upper Parliament Street’s Curry Lounge can be considered a extension to the Indian oligopoly of Maid Marian way. Since it’s opening in 2007 it has had its fair share of publicity, most notably… 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

Calcutta Club – Indian – Nottingham

Calcutta Club shares a number of things with Memsaab; its location is next door, Calcutta’s creators opened Memsaab in the 90s and the battle for customers in the top end of the Nottingham… 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

Chai Yo Thai – Nottingham – Not keeping up with the competition

Tucked away in an alley off Parliament Street next to Alea Casino, Chai Yo Thai, I have heard described as a hidden gem. It has pretty good reviews on trip advisor. Hidden it… Continue reading

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