Tag Archive: Curry

Gurkha One – Nepalese – Nottingham – Review by Sarah

The end of Mansfield Road near the forest fields is the unglamourous location of several shabby hotels that seem to be largely populated by stag dos, and the straightforward beer-and-football-and-chips pubs of the… 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

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