Tag Archive: Food Blog

El Capo – Mexican – Nottingham

  It may have been subconscious but I might have Rick Stein to blame for this meal. When I mentioned my visit on Twitter several people mentioned his most recent culinary journey across… Continue reading

Nottingham’s Restaurants of 2017

A quieter year for new openings in the city has meant a quieter year for me – nonetheless there has been no shortage of highlights that I feel obligated to share with you.… Continue reading

Warsaw Diner – Breakfasts – Nottingham

  If you hadn’t seen on Twitter I have recently moved which explains the lack of blogging. My new location means some new restaurants North of Nottingham will be on the agenda soon.… Continue reading

Nathan Outlaw- Fine Dining – Cornwall (2*, Good Food Guide #1 2018)

The latest Good Food Guide was released in August to the news that Nathan Outlaw’s eponymous restaurant in Cornwall had topped the rankings. Much debate can be had about the validity of any… Continue reading

Alchemilla – Fine Dining / Modern British – Nottingham

  **2018 Update – Having been lucky enough to have eaten at Alchemilla several times now I feel confident that the level of cooking is as consistently high as I first rated it.… Continue reading

The Bosphorus – Turkish – Nottingham

  Alfreton Road is flanked on both sides by Turkish restaurants, I wanted to visit one of them but how do you chose between them!? In the absence of a blog to consult… Continue reading

Updates, milestones and coming soon…

  200,000 200,000 200,000! That’s the amount of total views on Frusher on Food that was hit this weekend. A bafflingly large amount. I have just updated the full list of reviews that… Continue reading

The restaurants of Rome – part 1

The big sights of the historic city are certainly impressive no matter where in the world you are – but what made Rome really great was that there was something incredible around every corner. As much as there is to describe, this… Continue reading

No new reviews but bits of news

The relative quiet in Nottingham’s restaurant scene is not mirrored by my hectic last few weeks. A new job has seen me travelling more, though some excellent food in Brighton meant it wasn’t… Continue reading

Adams – Modern European (mostly) – Nottingham

  I can forgive you if you have never heard of Adams. Despite being in the city centre it isn’t too well known and doesn’t market itself. The restaurant is affiliated to New… Continue reading