Tag Archive: Food Blog

Hart’s – Modern British / Fine Dining – Nottingham

  One of my most popular series of reviews has been my Sunday lunches, on that list Hart’s is one of the best scorers for a roast. Despite it being a stalwart of… 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

Purecraft – British – Nottingham

In the tradition of Nottingham’s grand attractive buildings becoming emporiums of food and drink, Purecraft follows in the footsteps of Pitcher & Piano and Tropeiro. It inhabits a modest but grand old bank,… Continue reading

The Walton – Sunday Lunch – Nottingham

The Walton traditionally conjures thoughts of a wedding rather than food venue, that’s probably why it’s never been at the front of my mind when the stomach is rumbling. I had heard if… Continue reading

Yumacha – ‘Oriental Tapas’ – Nottingham (West Bridgford)

My only previous blogged visit to West Bridgford was a meal at Mubcrab that lacked inspiration. In an effort to see if this suburb has better to offer on the food front i… Continue reading

Top 10 best value places to eat in Nottingham

Recently it was great to see Nottingham featured in the Guardian where they suggested the top 10 budget restaurants. Inevitably some debate ensued on Twitter so I thought I’d give my top 10 for cheap… Continue reading

Cosmo – World Buffet – Nottingham

I can never quite believe the volume that goes through Nottingham’s all you can eat restaurants. The most popular version of this does now seem to be the world buffet; where, if you… Continue reading

Stewart’s – Coffee – Nottingham

I had the pleasure today of taking up the offer of a visit to Stewart’s of Trent Bridge, which came off the back of the coffee review articles I have posted over the… Continue reading

Alley Café – Vegetarian – Nottingham

Alley cafe describes itself as combining the style of a bar with the relaxed feel of a European cafe. It’s quite a fitting description, and you also have the distinct feeling you are in… Continue reading

Bistrot Pierre – French – Nottingham

A restaurant often mentioned as omission on my site is the popular Bistrot Pierre. The small chain has around a dozen locations, mostly outside of the obvious big cities. Its chief appeal seems to be its… Continue reading